Women are forced to strip and enter a shower. During this scene, their breasts, buttocks, and pubic areas (without genital detail due to camera angles and presence of pubic hair) can be seen in this tense and entirely non-sexual moment in the film.
Almost all the nudity in this movie are non sexual nudity. Only 1 or 2 scenes that are meant for sexual effect
This film does shows nudity, but it is entirely non-sexual and shows what the Holocaust was actually like. The nudity is even briefer due to the black and white coloring. This is also a film that is shown in some high schools because of the realistic aspect.
Oskar is seen having sex with his mistress in a darkly lit room. There is moaning, some thrusting and you can see his lover’s breast.
A woman lies in Goeth’s bed. Her breasts are clearly seen in various shots each lasting for 5-10 seconds.
A man kisses one woman after another
A woman wears a shirt that allows the form of her nipples to be seen at times.
A man fondles a woman’s clothed breast.
A man kisses a woman who does not want to be kissed
Many Jewish prisoners are seen being forced to strip, run, and be examined. Full-frontal nudity of both women and men. Most times, the nudity is shown quite briefly.
Oskar’s mistress is reclining on the bed, and her breasts are seen clearly, including nipples and areola.
The sexuality and nudity in this film ranges from partial to full-body in both sexual and non sexual settings.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The 60th anniversary of the victory of the world against Fascism

1945-2005

No.00 – [the coming night]

An ordinary Jewish family was singing a hymn in a low voice. The faint candle light gradually went out, and a wisp of white smoke slowly rose into the roaring smoke of the train… Subtitle: in September 1939, the German armed forces defeated the Polish army in two weeks. The Jews were ordered to register the population of the whole family and resettle in major cities. More than 10000 Jews arrived in Krakow from the countryside every day.

No.01 – [elegant and handsome entrepreneur]

During the reception, accompanied by melodious violin music, Gao Da Junlang’s Schindler (Liam Nissen) smoked gracefully and looked at the woman sitting next to him not far away with deep eyes. As a German entrepreneur, Schindler is always looking for opportunities to make money.

No.02 – [Schindler full of charm]

The German officer looked at the man sent to inquire and sat with Schindler, so he came forward personally: “what’s he doing?”. Schindler affectionately took his hand and said very gentlemanly, “how can a lady without a flower protector in such a place?”, And took the woman’s hand and said, “ladies and gentlemen, what about men’s vodka and women?”. Elegant, generous and infectious, Schindler established a “close” friendship with the German officers present in a short time.

No.03 – [a businessman who meets the needs of both sides]

The host of the VIP table, a senior German official, came to see the scene and asked the waiter, “who is that man?”. After a while, Schindler and the officer drank and had a happy group photo. Schindler’s personal charm is very attractive, not only to women, but also to men. His proficiency in social occasions has enabled him to find both ways in the market.

No.04 – [Provisional Jewish Senate]

German soldiers poured into the Polish city of chiedenlat, and a large number of Polish Jews lined up in front of the city hall. Subtitle: “the Jewish Senate, composed of 24 elected Jews, is responsible for implementing the orders of the puppet regime in Krakow, including distributing labor, settling food and accommodation, resolving disputes, etc.”.

No.05 – [“I don’t work”]

Schindler went to the Provisional Senate to discuss with Jewish Stan (Ben Kinski) about the cooperation and opening of the factory. Stan asked, “they pay, I help. May I ask… What about you?”, Schindler replied easily: “I’m responsible for the public relations and publicity of the company. My specialty is image design. I don’t work (not work, not work, said twice). I do facade work…” as a mercenary businessman, he only cares about how to make money quickly, effectively and safely.

No.06 – [Jewish deadline]

The streets are full of flowing people, Subtitle: “on March 20, 1941, the deadline for entering the ghetto, notice 44 / 91 established the Jewish closed area on the South Bank of the visra river. Jews were forced to live in this closed area. All Jews from Krakow and its nearby areas were forced to leave their homes and concentrated in an area with only 16 living blocks”.

No.07 – [“bye, Jew!”]

Jewish families quietly cleaned up under the surveillance of German soldiers. On the street, non Jewish children threw stones at the Jews. A little girl’s eyes were full of hatred and contempt, and her mouth shouted, “goodbye, Jew!”, Correspondingly, most Jews chose silence.

No.08 – [forged blue card]

The German side carried out professional identification of Jews. A university professor complained to the German military, “why is it not important for me to teach history and literature?”, The kind-hearted Stan forged a professional certificate of a hardware grinder for him overnight. He pulled him before he was loaded into a truck and delivered it to him. The professor inadvertently admitted that he was a hardware grinder and obtained a blue card symbolizing temporary survival.

No.09 – [interview typist]

Schindler interviewed typing clerks for his German enamel factory. Although the first few young and beautiful women had poor typing skills, he moved forward again and again, held his chin elegantly and “looked at it affectionately”, and helped a clumsy woman change her line. But in front of an older but skilled woman, he sat and looked away, There is no interest at all, which also shows Schindler’s true style from this side.

No.10 – [“I need accounting more”]

Schindler said to Stan, “my father once said that there are three people needed in life: a wise doctor, a lenient priest and a clever accountant. I seldom deal with the first two, but the third…” the implication is that he is healthy, not obsessed with religion, but keen on business. Schindler is a standard businessman.

No.11 – [“what’s the use of that man with one arm?”]

The benefits of Schindler factory are booming. One day, Stan told him that there was a technician named rurongstein who wanted to thank him for his employment. Schindler met politely, but he didn’t expect to be a one armed old man, so he angrily questioned Stan: “that man is one armed, isn’t he? What’s the use? How to use it?” Schindler was indeed a standard businessman at this time.

NO.12 – [“I’m an important mechanic”]

The workers were walking on the way to work. Unexpectedly, they were forced to shovel snow along the way by German soldiers. After thanking Schindler just now, the one armed old man who was in a happy mood and humming was pulled aside with a smile. Yes, the two Nazi soldiers had a smile on their faces. The one armed old man knew that things were bad and tried to explain: “I’m an important mechanic, I’m Schindler’s employee…”, The smiling soldier shot him dead. The blood flowing from the back of the old man’s head with wide eyes stained the snow. The snow was white, but the blood was not red. None of the snow shoveling workers looked up. Everything was carried out in peace.

NO.13 – [“what’s your name?”]

Factory accountant Stan was loaded on the train because he forgot to bring his work permit. Schindler went to the rescue and was obstructed by German soldiers. He first asked the recorder, “are you a clerk? What’s your name?”, Then he asked the German officer who came to hear the news, “what’s your name?”, Feeling insulted, the German officer smiled and asked him his full name. Schindler said lightly, “thank you very much, guys. I can guarantee that you two will be transferred to south Russia at the end of the month. Bye”, and then continued to look for Stan. In Schindler’s shouting “Stan”, the recorder and the German officer also worked hard to shout the same name. The play was ironic.

No.14 – [golden teeth on the table]

In the warehouse of the station, workers are sorting out a mountain of goods and sorting them. These are the Jews transported away on the train. Of course, these are useless for their owners, because they are on a death train and are about to leave for the slaughterhouse… A gold appraiser looks at a lot of gold teeth lying on the table with a dull face, because he knows, A golden tooth represents the end of a life.

No.15 – [clear chemical composition]

“Jewish city”: in the winter of 1942, in Krakow ghetto, poles and Polish Jews had been clearly separated.

No.16 – [difference between Zone A and zone B]

The new commander, Captain Oman Goethe (Ralph Finnis), listened to his subordinates explain in the Jeep: “this street divides the Jewish District into two parts, on the right, area a, civil servants, production workers, etc.; on the left, area B, redundant workers, old, weak and disabled…”, area a, area B, which will be heaven and which will be hell?

No.17 – [picky German commander]

Captain Goethe inspected the puvasov concentration camp under construction and chose Helen, who had never been a servant, as his servant because: “I’m not interested in other people’s maids. I’m lazy to correct her bad habits”.

NO.18-【Today is history】

Captain Goethe delivered his “inaugural speech” in the square:

“Today is a historical moment. Today will remain in history. Many years later, young people will talk about today with admiration. Today is a historical moment. Six hundred years ago, the European plague killed countless people, and Jews were accused of being the bane. The then king of Poland approved the Jews to come to Krakow. They came, came in a steady stream, and took root in carts of luggage, Developed, in business, science, education, art and other aspects… They came barehanded, had nothing, and then prospered. For six centuries, the Jews have occupied Krakow. You might as well think that starting tonight, the deeds of this half century will become rumors, which can be regarded as never happening… Today is a historical moment “.

No.19 – [preparation before slaughter]

Subtitles appear in the picture: “March 13, 1943, ready to massacre Jews”. In fact, after the invasion of Poland, the deepening of the war made Hitler no longer satisfied with expelling and separating Jews, but wanted to carry out “complete” genocide. Therefore, the massacre called “final settlement” began. In addition to the SS task force itself, there are local police and anti Semitic extremist nationalists, often led by teachers, doctors or priests. Their cruelty is better than that of the Germans. It has to be said that it is the sadness of the poles, or the sorrow of mankind.

No.20 – [hand ornaments stuffed into bread]

When the ferocious German soldiers roared into the residential building, in an ordinary family, the mother was stuffing some gold and silver ornaments into bread for the family to swallow. Because she may still be thinking that the family property should not be lost after the action.

No.21 – [death and smile]

German soldiers pushed the old man to the ground and shot him to death. They smiled and coaxed the children in the arms of the old woman who cried bitterly because she lost her husband… What are they? Are they demons from hell?

No.22 – [“you almost hit me!”]

On the street, the German soldiers were checking the blue card. A child was “too” afraid to run out because he saw his father scolded loudly by the German soldiers. The German soldiers raised their guns to shoot. His father tried his best to stop and was killed on the spot. Two German soldiers came back with his son and shot through his body with a bang, right in front of his mother… The German soldiers next to him shouted angrily. The audience thought he would scold the killing of children. Unexpectedly, he loudly accused his accomplices of almost hitting him – extremely cruel, which makes people can’t believe their eyes.

No.23 – [bona fide poisoning]

The doctor of the clinic mixed the poison into the water and fed the dying patients. Then the German soldiers broke in and shot them, but the patients had died quietly. The doctors did so to prevent them from suffering.

No.24 – [same young people]

The young doctor outside the clinic begged for the treatment of the young female patient. The same young German soldier did not hesitate to shoot the female patient’s head, and the blood and brain from the head sprayed all over the doctor’s face.

No.25 – [“no, there’s no place here”]

The old woman dusner took her daughter and fled to the attic. Unexpectedly, the people hiding in it only allowed her daughter danka to come down alone. Her pleading was useless. Her strong mother’s nature made her resist fear and comfort her daughter: “don’t move, stay here and don’t break in…” in her daughter’s loud cry, she watched the floor close slowly.

No.26 – [military salute of two fingers]

A young man came out of the sewer and ran into the German army. He was quick witted. He pretended to pack up the luggage scattered in the street and saluted captain Goethe with two fingers. It caused the executioners to laugh wildly and narrowly escaped.

No.27 – [“a moment of life is life after all”]

Dusner, who was hidden under the stairs by the child Adam, saw his daughter who had been “safely hidden” running out to her arms. The mother and daughter who had just experienced life and death hugged each other tightly. The mother said, “a moment of life is life after all”.

No.28 – [a little red between black and white]

Schindler, who stopped riding on the mountain, quietly looked at the chaotic streets below. In the black-and-white crowd, a little girl dressed in red shuttled quickly and aimlessly. It is worth mentioning that there are only two colors in the whole film, black and white. Therefore, the little girl in red is particularly eye-catching. In the low background music composed of children’s chorus, the red on the little girl represents life, although it seems so fragile.

No.29 – [a good way to save bullets]

In front of the building, the German army lined up several Jews and killed them all with one shot, which fully demonstrated the high efficiency and frankness of the imperial elites. Schindler on the top of the mountain looked at all this. The previous elegance on his face was occupied by inexplicable expressions, and his eyes were full of confusion.

No.30 – [stethoscope]

At night, the German army came to the doctor with a medical stethoscope to investigate whether someone was hiding in the cracks of the floor… The stethoscope was supposed to give people hope for life, but here it brought the message of death.

No.31 – [“perfect chord”]

After searching, the German army found a group of Jews hiding behind the curtains during the day and rushed up for a burst of shooting. There was a dazzling white light in the dark corridor, which was the light of death. In this bloody hell on earth, an officer played the piano with “great interest”. The sound of the piano was fast and short, and formed a “perfect chord” with the dense sound of machine gun fire. Two German soldiers heard the sound, but discussed whether they were playing buck or Mozart. Quiet city, only shooting and piano sound back and forth… Quiet city, dead city.

No.32 – [captain Goethe’s morning exercise]

In the morning, Captain Goethe, naked, looked down at the Jews lined up on the playground, picked up a sniper gun and killed a woman in the open space without any reason; After looking around, he killed a woman on the steps. Similarly, there is no reason. For captain Goethe, shooting Jews is like shooting rabbits or roes when hunting in the forest. The workers on the playground worked quickly for fear that their next goal would be themselves.

No.33 – [“maybe there is something wrong with the striker”]

Pwasov concentration camp: metal processing plant.

Captain Goethe inspected the progress of the work, went to an old man and asked him what he did. The old man replied to make door hinges. He asked the old man to make a hinge for him immediately and took out his watch to count the time. The old man dared not neglect, finished it quickly and skillfully, and looked at the captain for praise. Captain Goethe first appreciated it, then pointed to the rare door hinges on the table and said, “it’s great, but I don’t understand. You’ve been working since six this morning, but there’s only this small pile of door hinges”. The old man didn’t argue. He closed his eyes and Qing was dragged out of the car like a chicken, Goethe

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