Watch Schindler’s List and use examples from the book night by elie wiesel
Part One: How is Oskar Schindler portrayed? What kind of man is Oskar Schindler? Describe the first scene, and the last. Pinpoint specific scenes from the film in which he changes. There is one scene in particular, the only color in the entire film. Why does Steven Spielberg do this? How does Schindler change? Why does he change? Finally, what are your final thoughts on Oskar Schindler? What is the significance of the ring at the end of the film? What does the ring say?
Part Two: Explain the differences between Amon Goeth (Head Nazi) and Oskar Schindler. How is Amon Goeth’s Character portrayed in the film? Please give specific examples.
Part Three: How did the final scene of the film affect you? What are your feelings on the entire film? What did you feel that you learned from the film? You need to explain 3-5 items you did not know about the Holocaust. What did the film teach you?
Part Four: Use both the book Night and the film to explain the experiences of the Jews. There are many scenes in the film that depicts true stories of how the Jews were treated. There are many similarities between Night and Schindler’s List.
Please pinpoint 5 examples from the movie and book and explain WHY YOU think they are significant. How are they similar? Did this help you paint a better mental picture of the Holocaust?