Filmmaker Steven Spielberg believes he is now "the most important time" to re-release the Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List". The productive director said that now even more important than 1993, 48 years after the Holocaust.
"I think this might be the most important time to re-release this film," Spielberg said in an interview. "Perhaps now is an even more important time to re-publish" Schindler's List "than it was in 1993, when it was originally published, and I think today is more than then."
"Schindler's List", the story of Oskar Schindler and the 1,200 Jews he saved, was a critical blockbuster and won the Best Picture at the Oscars. The film will be re-released for its 25th anniversary. Today more than 8500 Schindler Jews (Schindlers Jews) live.
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"When collective hatred is organized and industrialized, genocide follows have to take it more seriously today than I think we've had to take it on for a generation. "