R | | Biography, Drama, History
In German-occupied Poland during World War II, Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazi Germans.
Steven Spielberg refuses to autograph any materials related to this film.
Just after the little boy is held up to pull down another icicle from the roof of the train, the camera angle switches to the exterior and pulls back to show the train going by with no trace of snow or ice anywhere else on the train except right over that one doorway.
The theatrical version juxtaposed images from the film of the actors portraying certain identified "Schindler Jews" as each actual person placed a stone on Schindler's grave. The VHS version does not use this device, showing only the actual persons, credited by name.
English, Hebrew, German, Polish
$656,636 (USA) (17 December 1993)
15 January 2018 2:28 PM, -05:00
Lebanon Bans Steven Spielberg's The Post
13 January 2018 12:08 PM, -05:00
The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News
Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Gets Banned in Lebanon
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