Stern and Oskar are together again, this time to get that kid out of the camp.
Each time, Oskar's given a personal belonging to Stern in order to bribe whatever Kapo (Jewish "prisoner functionary") needs to be convinced to transfer a name to Oskar's list of workers for his factory.
A beautiful girl nervously tries to see Schindler. Oskar looks her over, and refuses to see her.
The girl returns again, with makeup and a more revealing dress this time. This gets her into his office.
She tells him that he's becoming a legend of goodness in this dark world.
She tells Oskar about her parents, and begs him to get them out of the camp to work at his factory.
Oskar threatens the girl, who runs terrified from the office.
Oskar visits Stern and vents his frustration. It's dangerous for him to be rescuing Jews.
He tries to justify Goeth's sadism. You know, all the pressure of running a forced labor camp has Goeth a little irritable, that's all.
Stern describes some of Goeth's more charming behavior at the camp. Oh.
Oskar gives Stern the names that the girl asked him to save. His expensive watch will serve as payment.
The girl sees her mother and father delivered to the relative safety of Oskar's enamelworks factory.