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March 12, 2013


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Simon Fallaha

I personally think the Schindler-Goeth dynamic is one of the finest "opposite sides" contrasts Spielberg has devised, right up there with Brody & Quint, Indy & Belloq and Frank & Carl. It's one of the reasons the film still works as well as it does, for me; Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes have rarely been better.

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