Steven Spielberg reveals that the last scene of Schindler's List where holocaust survivors visited Oskar Schindler's grave was a way of proving that that movie was based on real facts.
In a recent interview with The Sunday Times, Steven Spielberg said, "Holocaust denial was on the rise again — that was the entire reason I made the movie in 1993."
"That ending was a way to verify that everything in the movie was true," the 76-year-old director added.
Spielberg also shared that before making Schindler's List, he never directed a movie that "so directly confronted a message" that he believed needed to be told.
"It had a vital message that is more important today than it even was in 1993 because antisemitism is so much worse today than it was when I made the film," he added.
The truth-based film won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Spielberg's first Oscar as Best Director.
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