Some sample questions from this category:
* Much criticism of 'Schindler's List' centers around respect for victims of the Holocaust. Why are documentaries like 'Shoah' and 'Night and Fog' considered acceptable by this rule, while 'Schindler's List' is not?
* Many object to the perspective from which the story was told. Whose perspective is that?
* Another influential argument is that the movie presents a skewed view of the Holocaust, in that:
* Spielberg's directing and cinematography are also often dismissed as 'gimmicky.' According to analyst Miriam Braatu Hansen, which of the following 'gimmicks' created the most moral (not artistic) outrage among his critics?
* Defenders of 'Schindler's List' often point to the twofold goals of Holocaust commemoration. Documentaries speak to the desire to 'never forget'; what other goal, according to some of its supporters, does 'Schindler's List' speak to?