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  • Sibbion Vivian The List Analysis

    The list approach paper Summary paragraph The list by sibbion Vivian is an interesting book. It was a tradition at Mount Washington high every year on the last Monday in September a list would get posted. The list would have the names of the prettiest and ugliest girls out of each grade level. No one know who the person was that would make the list so if you didn’t like it there was nothing you could do about it. The list follows the eight girls until homecoming. The list effects everyone different girls differently. While most of the girls in the school who are not on the list are being forgot about the eight girls on the list have been label weather the wanted to be or not. The book…

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  • The Schindler's List

    The Schindler’s List opens up with a close up of hands lighting a pair of Shabbat (Sabbath) candles, followed by the sound of a Hebrew prayer blessing the candles it sounds similar to the call to prayer for Muslims minus the embellished throaty notes. The wisp of dying flames fades into the next scene, now in black and white and becomes a plume of smoke from a steam engine. A folding table is setup on the train platform where a single family registers as Jews. The single table becomes many…

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  • Schindler's List Inaccuracies

    Schindler’s List, a true story about the Holocaust and one specific Nazi who protected his Jewish workers, represents life in Europe from 1939 to 1946 from a German point of view. Beginning with hiring Jews merely because it was cheaper, Oskar Schindler ended with hiring them in order to protect them from the concentration camps where the vast majority would find death. Over time, he realized that what was occurring was terribly evil and had experienced a change of heart. Now known as…

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  • Schindler's List Theme

    The film Schindler’s list is set during WWII, and focuses on the horrible atrocities that happened to the Jews. I found it remarkable that the film was not portrayed from neither a German Nazi view, nor Jewish view. Schindler’s list shows the viewer the horror of the war and the suffering of those involved. The movie is based on Oskar Schindler’s role in saving 1.200 Jews during the war. At the start of the movie, Schindler was a member of the Nazi party and was only in Germany for one thing,…

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  • Stereotypes In The Bucket List

    The Bucket List is a film that depicts two aging men who meet in the hospital and come to the conclusion that they need to make a list of everything they have always wanted to do and do them before they “kick the bucket”. This film shows how a person can still follow his or her dreams no matter his or her age. The bucket list defies the stereotype that older men do not get out and have fun like when they were younger. These men make a list of things and some of them do not seem like things men…

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  • Schindler's List Film Techniques

    ‘Schindler’s List’, directed by Steven Spielberg in 1993, is a hard-hitting and gripping film that deals with the key issue of persecution and war. It is a shocking account of the Nazi’s and the Jews during the oppressive era of WWII and by using various, effective cinematic techniques such as camera angles, lighting/colour and sound/music, Spielberg grips the viewer with numerous shocks and twists throughout. The film follows the main character Oskar Schindler as he encounters the realities of…

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  • Schindler's List Film Analysis

    Schindler 's List (Steven Spielberg, 1993) is perhaps one of the greatest films in the late twentieth-century cinema. It encapsulates the brutality of the Holocaust as it evokes memories of atrocities of the World War II and a sense of inability to save innocent people. The film is shot in monochrome as Spielberg thinks it is more "realistic" and “closer to [a] documentary” of that time (Shandler 156). According to Jeremy Maron, Schindler 's List should primarily be understood as a melodrama; a…

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  • The Color Purple And Schindler's List

    less power. Spielberg shows this theme gradually in the movies The Color Purple and Schindler’s List. He shows the relationships between the characters of different statuses through character development, major events, and the influence of characters on other characters. Character development filmed in The Color Purple and Schindler’s List show the audience a clear sense of a difference in authority. In the film The Color Purple, Spielberg introduces Celie as the minority to Mister; who is…

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  • Schindler's List: The Horror Of The Holocaust

    Schindler’s List The movie Schindler’s List is a heartbreaking film displaying the metamorphosis of Oskar Schindler. Throughout the horror of the Holocaust, Oskar changes his ways and goes from a goes from a greedy womanizer to a kind-hearted hero. He risks his life daily so that others may have the chance to live. Schindler gave up his freedom in order to save the freedom of the Jews he had grown so close to in his factory. In the beginning of the movie, Oskar was a greedy and self-centered…

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  • Night And Schindler's List Research Paper

    Similarities and differences between Night and Schindler's List (Rhetorical question/quote). Many books and movies describe the lives of people during the Holocaust, but more specifically the book Night by Elie Wiesel and Schindler’s list directed by Steven Spielberg are going to be focused on most. Night explains the story of Elie Wiesel and his experience as a jew during the holocaust as well as how Elie took care of his dad and tried to survive for the both of them. Schindler's list takes a…

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