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The films are "true stories" based on historical fact, which Spielberg eagerly wishes us to understand separate him from more genre- and convention-bound directors.

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The scholarly debate on the film raises fundamental questions about depiction of the Holocaust, questions which can be applied to the overall production of historical works.


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The film is strongest at evoking the emotionality of the events depicted, notably in the widely disapproved climax when Nazi businessman Oskar Schindler experiences a spiritual moment of humility after delivering 1,100 Jews to safety.


Hove, East Sussex ; New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2001.

The style and sensibility of the film emanate from its title character, Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), a factory owner who goes to great lengths to save the lives of 1,100 Jewish workers during the Holocaust.

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Jordanian and Palestinian intellectuals, however, believe that the film was another ploy to stir the guilt of the Christian West." [Expanded Academic Index]

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In these two films Spielberg continues to explore the contrast of demotic and sacred experience as the pressure of war impinges on icons of faith." [ProQuest]

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In these two films Spielberg continues to explore the contrast of demotic and sacred experience as the pressure of war impinges on icons of faith." [ProQuest]

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In these two films Spielberg continues to explore the contrast of demotic and sacred experience as the pressure of war impinges on icons of faith." [ProQuest]

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(aftermath of incident in Oakland, California in which several African American high school students were asked to leave movie theater because of inappropriate behavior..." v117 (Wed, March 16, 1994):A19, col 6, 19 col in.

Furthermore, the fictive world of A.I.

She cautions educators about using Hollywood representations of this type because their primary goal is often to entertain not educate." [from web site]