This consists of real people telling their stories, zooms in on and pans across still photos, and filmed footage, from the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History.
It's 77 and a half minutes long. This is found on the 2-disc DVD release of Schindler's List.
They talk about Schindler. His partying and love of excitement. Kristallnacht. Germans marching into Krakow. Realizing that your neighbors might be Nazi sympathizers. Being forced to work like slaves, and in general having no rights. Hiding places. The brutal violence, even against children. Goeth. His abuse of Helen Hirsch. What he would wear when he was going to kill a lot of people. How they would fight back by refusing to let their spirit be broken. Saving pictures of ones parents even if it meant risking death if they were discovered. Feeling safe once Oskar added them to the list, so much so that for the first time they dared look Amon directly in the face.