The once almost forgotten Hitler Jews are brought back to life by Schindlerís List. The movie opens quietly with a pre-war Polish Jewish family lighting candles and saying prayers on Friday night. The family disappears, and eventually, the candles burn out.
The scene switches to a man carefully dressing, stuffing his hand with money and carefully pinning a Nazi pin to his lapel. He is a shadowy figure, paying his way to get a
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graphic, yet it relays a lot of useful information to the viewers about the Holocaust. I believe that it is really important for young adults on up to watch this. I believe that it was very important to show this film to us despite the many horrific scenes. It does a great job of getting across how terrible the situation really was. As upsetting as the movie is to watch, it is gripping and extraordinary.