Incredible, thought provoking, inspirational film portraying one of America's most inspiring figures and the infamous graphic side of the Holocaust.
Schindler's List is one of the, if not, the greatest movie interpreted and based off one of history's most infamous times - the Holocaust. It also brings you the surreal and compelling story about one of the Germans whom sought justice and solitude for the Jews, Oscar Schindler, performed by Liam Neeson, one of the best actors in the business - perfectly portraying Schindler's gentlemen charm and promiscuous aurora, providing the Jew's care, freedom and nourishment during the savage onslaught brought on by the Nazis. This doesn't mean that Schindler's List is for everyone, since it's easily over 190 minutes long and more than half of the movie reveals extremely graphic and brutal carnage inflicted on innocent Jews in highly realistic detail. Several gruesome and shocking scenes of Jewish people and children shot down at point-blank range with graphic bloody results, experimented on alive, burned, put in gas chambers, and even hospital patients in their own beds are shot to death - but a nurse gave each a poison to euthanize them before. Language is infrequent but sometimes strong (f**k, sh*t), and a few scenes of an explicit sexual nature, including graphic full-frontal nudity (breasts, buttocks, genitalia) shown - mostly shown by emancipated Jews. Besides the explicit content shown, it's a potential highly educational film for those highly interested in teaching others about the Holocaust and additionally be astounded by the brilliant storytelling, acting, and inspirational moments brought by Oscar Schindler, which has saved thousands of Jews.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness