Schindler’s List scene, Deutsche Emailwaren Fabrik

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Schindler’s List scene, Deutsche Emailwaren Fabrik

In the film, Regina Perlman asks the security guard (window on the left) at Deutsche Emailwaren Fabrik, Krakow, if she can speak with Oskar Schindler. The guard phones up to Schindler who appears at the top of the stairs, takes in the woman in the faded dress, returns to his office on the right and tells the guard to tell her he won’t see her.

She turns up again the day after with a bit of make up on and a new dress, and gets her meeting with the man (she asks him to take on her parents who are at risk of being killed).

13 comments on “Schindler’s List scene, Deutsche Emailwaren Fabrik
  1. Gary Shield says:


  2. RamizPhotography says:

    Hehe, really nice.

  3. andyholmfirth says:

    That figure on the stairs really adds something to this.Nice one.

  4. Pleasureprinciple2012 says:

    Remember the scene well, Schindler has to be cruel to be kind in that scene but then does go on to help the family.

  5. McAlister says:

    I recognise the shot – and yours is a fantastic version. The mono works brilliantly.

  6. het broertje van.. says:

    …………………so beautiful man!!!!

  7. Tech Owl says:

    And is that him at the top of the stairs???
    Nice shot Ian

  8. Ian D B says:

    Thanks all. Yeah, Bryan, that’s the man!

  9. Anonymous says:

    veeeeeeeeeery nice angle

  10. Anonymous says:

    veeeeeeeeeery nice angle

  11. darkeyedgazelle says:

    i was 12 when i saw that… i remember the scene. great photo. i like that there is someone at the top of the stairs. this is a fantastic documentary… about the daughter of Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes), and the girl who lived in the basement…

    Seen in your Schindler’s List set. (?)

  12. ~ l i t t l e F I R E ~ says:

    You are welcome to celebrate the life of Oskar Schindler here:

    Please add your pictures if you wish

  13. stopherjones says:

    It’s been a long time since I saw the film, and don’t remember it well, more feelings than scenes, but this photo seems very evocative of it, very cinematic, great lines and tones and story telling

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