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.
Critic Reviews For Schindler'S List
- " It's a stunning achievement, a film that re-creates the Holocaust not as something abstract, but as felt knowledge." – Jay Carr , Boston Globe
- " With seemingly effortless grace and skill, Schindler's List balances fear and exaltation, humor and horror, love and death. It evokes, superbly, a time of savagery and grief, and the inexplicable, stunning compassion that rises within and against it." – Michael Wilmington , Chicago Tribune
- " Spielberg ultimately remains Spielberg, finding his enduring themes within Thomas Keneally's novel and giving them the full Spielberg treatment."- Dave Kehr ,New York Daily News