Schindler's List tells the true story of a Oscar Schindler, a selfish german who owned an ammunitions factory for Nazi Germany. He was influenced by his Jewish accountant and begins using his factory and money to save Jews who would have been sent to the concentration camps. As the scene begins, he is informed that he has no more money and that the war is coming to an end. As a member of the Nazi party, this means he will be hunted, despite standing up for justice. He addresses the people he has saved and tells them he must leave. After, the Jewish people he has saved demonstrate the Amazing Law of Influence by giving him an amazing gift. Scene (Track #36)
- What is inscribed on the ring given to him?
- What does Oscar regret?
- What is his friend’s response to that regret?