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Schindler's List - Dead People Alive at the End
At the end where the Jews are saying goodbye to Oskar Schindler, there are quite a few people who were actually burned when Goeth had to burn the bodies of the Jews. They were not main people, and because they are in black and white you can't recognise them very well but if you look closely, there are a few actors who are in the crowd saying goodbye to Schindler at the end, who should have been dead.
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Burak : LiveC00l on 12-28-1999
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The Princess writes:
Oh, come on, this movie is one of the best movie of all times, don't nit-pick.
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erin writes:
No, no. I think means the people who are saying goodbye to Oskar (Liam Neeson) when he is leaving his factory. It's when everything is still in black and white.
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Psyche writes:
You mean the actors who played people who were killed escorted survivors? Not every actor escorted the person they portayed. I remember Ben Kingsley escorted Mrs. Stern, and he didn't play her. He escorted her because she was a survivor and Mr. Stern is no longer alive.
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Lady Ace writes:
I loved this movie. It made me cry my heart out at first though. I noticed this too that some of the people that had been killed are suddenly alive at the end. I think maybe it was symbolism, that the ones who are now dead will live on through the families that were saved, just like the symbolism where there was one girl in a red coat (in a black & white movie) who was the only child skipping and playing as if there wasn't a war going on. She was used to represent the innocence of all of the children who died during the Holocaust.
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