Saturday, December 15, 2007

Schindler's List by Steven Spielberg

Liam Neeson's performance as Oskar Schindler is one of the most subtly heartwrenching performances of the 1990's. In Spielberg's masterpiece about the Jewish Halocaust Neeson goes from a cold hearted businessman into a man who just wished that he could've done more for the course. Schindler's List shot in the sharpest black and white film with a couple shots of color. The film is one of the most heartbreaking films ever made and it truly puts those tragic events into a historical scope. Steven Spielberg tried to give it to three directors before Roman Polanski eventually told him to helm the project himself, and the project couldn't have been in better hands.

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