Schindler’s List

Schindler's List

In Schindler’s List, Oskar Schindler, a cunning German businessman, transforms from a profiteer to an unlikely savior. Initially motivated by self-interest, Schindler witnesses the escalating brutality against the Jewish population and undergoes a moral awakening. He embarks on a daring mission, utilizing his influence and resources to establish a factory employing over 1,000 Jews, effectively shielding them from the horrors of concentration camps. This powerful film chronicles Schindler’s transformation, the harrowing realities of the Holocaust, and the enduring strength of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable darkness.

Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List

Rated: R

Duration: 3 hr 15min

Release date: December 15, 1993

Genre: Drama, History, War

Director: Steven Spielberg

IMDb rating: 8.9

Box Office Collection

Budget: $22 million

Opening Weekend USA: $4.4 million

Gross USA: $96.6 million

Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $321.2 million


Academy Awards
Best Picture
Best Director
Best Adapted Screenplay
BAFTA Awards
Best Film
Best Editing
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
Best Film
Best Cinematography
Best Actor


Liam NeesonOskar Schindler
Ralph FiennesAmon Göth
Ben KingsleyItzhak Stern
Embeth DavidtzHelen Schindler
Caroline GoodallEmilie Schindler
Małgorzata GebelWiktoria
Uwe OchsenknechtRalf Winter
Piotr PolkLeopold Pfefferberg
Norbert WeisserAlbert Hujar
Hans-Michael RehbergJülicher

Writer and Director

Steven SpielbergDirector
Steven ZaillianWriter