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“Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.”
Transcript of “Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.”
-Thomas Keneally, Schindler's List
Allows the film to to feel like it’s in the 1940’s. The monochrome technique also allows Spielberg to add symbolic touches of color within the film.
Classic Film Noire
This technique is used to accent Schindler's greedy and opportunistic side as shadowy or dark and his humanitarian side as illuminated.
Schinlders Ark/Schinlders List
Written by Thomas Keneally
Published October 1982 by Hodder and Stoughton, Great Britain
Keneally used the factual aspect of a biography and combined it with the drama/suspense that comes from a novel. The book describes actual people and events with fictional dialogue and scenes added by the author.
Differences and Final Verdict
In the movie Schindler and Stern do not see eye to eye and the growing bond of friendship between the two is a one of the major focal points in the movie. While in the book Stern is the first to approach Schindler about buying a factory, believing that Schindler would help save those being prosecuted.
Schindler's List, 1993
Directed by Steven Spielberg
Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler
Ben Kingsley as Itzhak Stern
Ralph Fiennes Amon Goeth