The third arc, Stern essayed by Ben Kingsley has been portrayed as a calculative businessman with a hidden agenda to save lives.
Minor roles such as Helen Hirsch (Embeth Davidtz) - the object of Goth’s lust and the Jewish couple that marries in the concentration camp helped recreate images of humiliation, grief and torture, often providing useful insights about the cultural chasm created at the time.
For example, a stark duality between two back-to-back scenes, one detailing Oskar’s rich wardrobe and the other of thousands of Jews entering Krakow provides to audience an apt visualization of the two worlds of Germans and Jews.
Adding to the set-design, costumes by designer Anna Sheppard also highlights the stark brutalities amongst powerful and the powerless.
Initially to prosper but eventually to rescue Nazi victims, Oskar bribes the brutal SS Lieutenant Amon Goth (Ralph Fiennes).
The documentary style of the story, scripted by Steven Zaillian that is based on Thomas Keneally’s book Schindler’s Ark, excels in describing what had actually happened.The film begins in the year 1939; a short time after the beginning of World War.Majority of the events in the film are taking place in German initiate location named Krakow Ghetto, Poland. Schindler's List Schindler list, a movie directed by Steven Spielberg in 1993, talked about the holocaust era.The powerhouse of acting in the film coupled with equally powerful technical expertise in filmmaking provides audience the desired effect of being right there in Krakow, 1939.A variety of visual and auditory techniques have been used to inject right emotions in each frame.Schindler, a business man in the film, becomes depicted as a person who is profit oriented and self-centered in character (Thomas 3).The film majorly centers on the life of this character as he does around with his life.It stands as a powerful reminder of the heroism and humanity of those willing to stand up against intolerance.”(“Universal” ) The powerful effect of the film over humanity is overwhelming. There are many similarities and differences between these two films and where the story is taken by the filmmakers.These classic films are decades apart and both have been definitive must-watch movies for their technical prominence and their captivating storytelling.Events of the film are developed through the character of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman. The film got many controversies after it became released in 1993.Steven Spielberg somehow brought out the atrocities the Jewish underwent through Hitler from a perspective of a Jewish businessman called, Osker Schindler.