Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" is back in theaters to mark the 25th anniversary of the release.
And the director said it could not come at a more appropriate time and said, "Today's more than then."
"I think it's just hate less incomplete today and more of a headline," said Spielberg in an interview with NBC News this week. " Individual hatred is a terrible thing, but when collective hatred is organized, genocide follows. And this hate is nothing that should not be taken seriously. We have to take it seriously today, when I think we have had to accept it for a generation.
Host Lester Holt cited the shooting of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing eleven Congregationals. 71, added xenophobia and racism to the list of current concerns.
"Schindler's List", which was released in December 1993, will be available again this week in select movie theaters.
The film tells the story of Oskar Schindler, a German industrialist who was able to save more than 1,000 people to work in his factory.
She was responsible for the first Oscar of Spielberg as the best director, part of a move of seven, which he won, and the best picture. And it was also a commercial success that Spielberg Holt said was surprised.  "Because of the narration we were telling, I could not imagine that an audience would tolerate just the amount of violence, human against human. Or inhumane against humans, "said Spielberg to Holt. Nobody thought the movie would make money. "
Working on the film, Spielberg came up with the idea for the Shoah Institute, which is based at the University of Southern California, and was founded in 1994 to record and document videos and interviews with Holocaust survivors and characters Testimonials on Other Genocides Spielberg told the story of Holt and how they had worked with Holocaust survivors and people who had helped Schindler.
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"She came over to see a shot and she came over to me and said," I want to tell you my story, "Spielberg said." I said, 'Me tell your story. "She said," Oh, that's nothing, that was a tiny part of my life, I want to tell you my entire story I want you to see me to say mine A story so that this story can inform everyone about what happened to me and others like me. "
Spielberg told Holt that he was proud of the film of all his works.
"I do not think you're always doing something so important," he said.
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