Stephen Spielberg's epic 1993 historical drama film Schindler's List is universally regarded as one of the great movies ever produced. Grossing over $300 million worldwide at the box office and earning seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture and Best Director), Schindler's List is certainly worthy of its place among the pantheon of great Hollywood films and … Continue reading Humanist Philosophy from Schindler’s List
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