After successfully saving over 1100 Jews, Schindler regrets that he could have saved more lives.
Themes: Sanctity of Life, Regret, Humanity, Conviction, Reflection, Life, Perspective, Recognition, Materialism, Charity, Honor, Savior, Ministry, Significance, Compassion, Christ-like, Activism, Initiative, Holocaust, Advocacy
Main Idea: The regrets of not doing all that we can when it matters most
Scene Set Up: After successfully saving over 1100 Jews, Schindler regrets that he could have saved more lives.
Application: Everyone has a worldview and set of beliefs that evolve from...
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Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.
“Schindler’s List” is the based-on-truth story of Nazi Czech businessman Oskar Schindler, who uses Jewish labor to start a factory in occupied Poland. As World War II progresses, and the fate of the Jews becomes more and more clear, Schindler’s motivations switch from profit to human sympathy and he is able to save over 1100 Jews from death in the gas chambers.
MPAA: Rated R for language, some sexuality and actuality violence.
Principal Cast: Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley
Director: Steven Spielberg
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