Schindler'S List (DVD)

Catalogue Number: 794-0921

15
Schindler'S List (DVD)

DVD

Released: 21/02/05

You must be 15 or over to buy this item.

More product information
Back to top

Sorry, there are currently no sellers for this product.

seller-pdp-logo

We've carefully chosen all our Tesco Partners, to give you even more choice when you shop with us online.

  • Browse a wider range of specialist products, all in one place
  • Collect Clubcard points on every order
  • Stay protected with the Tesco Partner Guarantee – we’re here to support you when buying from an approved Tesco Partner.
Money Saving eCoupon

Save up to £20by entering one of the eCoupon codes below at the checkout.

Save £10 when you spend £75 or more using code TDX-KNHT

Save £20 when you spend £150 or more using code TDX-HGRP

Continue shopping

Terms and Conditions:

*Excludes Partners at Tesco and Baby Milk. Offer ends 20/04/15. Please enter the eCoupon code at the Tesco direct checkout to qualify. All of these eCoupons exclude Tesco Partners. eCoupon codes starting TDX or X cannot be used with any other eCoupon code. These eCoupons are only valid until the dates stated above - orders must be placed by the stated end date to qualify.Tesco direct checkout, by entering the code. Each eCoupon code can be used 5 times per customer in separate transactions, and all products are subject to availability and whether or not we stock the product online. For more details and to see specific products please visit http://www.tesco.com/direct/page/money-saving-ecoupons.page

Need help deciding? Take a look at our buying guide

Synopsis

Based on a true story, SCHINDLER'S LIST is Steven Spielberg's epic drama of World War II Holocaust survivors and the man who unexpectedly came to be their saviour. Unrepentant womaniser and war profiteer Oskar Schindler uses Polish Jews as cheap labour to produce cookware for the Third Reich. But after witnessing the violent liquidation of the walled ghetto where the Krakow Jews have been forced to live, Schindler slowly begins to realise the immense evil of Nazism. When his employees are sent to a work camp, they come under the terrorising reign of sadistic N**I Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes). With the help of his accountant, Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), Schindler creates a list of 'essential' Jews. Bribing Goeth, Schindler manages to get 1,100 people released from the camp and brought to the safety of his munitions factory in Czechoslovakia. Spielberg's glorious film is wondrously evocative, visually stunning, and emotionally stirring.

Product specifications

1 1