Study Guide

Schindler's List Scene 2

Scene 2

Scene 2

  • Cut from the wispy candle smoke to the billowing smoke from the stack of a steam train. In September 1939, after a devastating defeat, the Poles begin to register their Jewish citizens and relocate them to the major cities.
  • An unassuming man sets up a table to begin the task of registering the Jews as they arrive by train from the homes they were forced to abandon.
  • People crowd into the limited space at the Krakow station and announce their names, to the sound of the typewriter's steady and emotionless tapping.

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