"What if I had gotten here five minutes later? Visual representation can lead to two downfalls that affect the reaction of the audience. It also hints at mass extermination, without actually showing the violence. Because of this scene, viewers focus even more intently on the surviving Schindler Jews rather than the masses that perish and also link this survival directly to the hero of the story, Oskar Schindler. As the movie goes on, he extends that justification to everyone he can. He speaks of how the Jews, from this moment on, will be erased from history. In Schindler's List, director Stephen Spielberg controls every aspect of the film and creates his own conclusion, which in most cases will be readily accepted by the audience. Shoah avoids these problems by presenting only testimonies, which provide neither graphic images nor simplify situations.
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His reaction to Stern's apology, however, indicates that Schindler has not yet taken into consideration the lives of the Jews over his own wealth. " Schindler's List is Not Shoah : The Second Commandment, Popular Modernism, and Public Memory." Critical Inquiry. This use of color for once does not symbolize life, and is one of the few attempts to distinguish individual Jews that perished in the Holocaust rather than the masses. There is only room for one, so Chaja leaves Danka there. In Schindler's List, the actors rarely discuss their inner thoughts, and instead viewers must rely on conversation and body language to interpret emotion. To many, the Holocaust remains just a fantasy, since reality becomes too difficult a concept to comprehend. The surrounding buildings flicker with light as machine guns eliminate any remaining Jews. 2018 Shmoop University, Inc.