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Cinema program "Schindler's List" in Warszawa
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Original title: Schindler's List
Runtime: 195 min.
Production: USA , 1993
Category: biography / drama / history
Release Date: 27 January 2019
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cast: Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Kingsley
25 years have passed since the premiere of one of the most important films in the history of cinema. On the occasion of this anniversary, Steven Spielberg's moving, shocking Schindler's List returns to theaters.
The Schindler's List received as many as 7 Oscars®, including for the best film, for the best director, for the best adapted scenario and for the music. The film was also awarded with 7 BAFTA statuettes, three Golden Globes and dozens of other film distinctions. Today, the image of Spielberg is considered a cult work. In 2007, the American Film Institute placed the Schindler's List in eighth place among the hundred best American films in history.
In the film, the unforgettable creations were created by Liam Neeson, who played the role of Oskar Schindler, Ralph Fiennes as the ruthless Nazi of Amon Göth, Ben Kingsley as Isaac Stern. We will also see Polish actors on the screen, including Andrzej Seweryn, Anna Mucha and Piotr Polek.
25 years ago justice was given. Twenty-five years ago, the world shook the fierce image of war, perhaps never shown in such a way. Black and white frames were tearing the heart, forcing the audience to cry in every corner of the world. But this black and white were not accidental, because how else can you show a drama on such a scale? How to show evil in its pure form? How to show death given with such ease, without reflection? This black and white symbolize not only the colorless dramatic circumstances of the war, they are also a symbolic record of dividing the world into good and evil. Janusz Kamiński, the author of the photographs, later said that he wanted the film to gain a dimension of timelessness. "Schindler's List" Steven Spielberg climbed to the heights of his undeniable talent and proved to the world that he can do not only great entertainment blockbusters, such as "Jurassic Park", which went into the cinemas in the same, 1993 (Polish premiere of Schindler's List) place in 1994), but also a film forcing you to reflect and ask questions deeply. In fact, one question - why?
Movie trailer: Schindler's List