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An article about the grave of Oskar Schindler in Jerusalem mentions that the custom depicted at the end of Schindler's List continues.
The difference is the difference between, for instance, Schindler's List and either The Pianist or Fateless although I think Hotel Rwanda is better than Schindler's List about which I agree with Zizek and Sometimes in April doesn't have the same strong writing, acting, and filmmaking as The Pianist and Fateless.
Saving Private Ryan, which is full of expletives, "is OK"; Schindler's List, which has nudity, "is OK"; but NYPD Blue is not.
Object lessons in human cruelty (2009.06): Wu Fei, an essayist and educator, uses the inclusion of Schindler's List in a middle school textbook as the starting point for a discussion about the dehumanizing effect of on-screen killing, from televised executions intended to calm the anger of the public, to war movies that feature graphic violence.
Sort of Schindler's List meets Aladdin using that funky humanoid Polterganimation in Polar Express.