"Schindler's List" is so delicately created and so masterfully crafted that I personally feel that it sets the standard for all films to come. Characters like Schindler, Stern, and Goeth leave a lasting impression on the viewer. Neeson's Schindler who changes character so convincingly and smoothly (in the style of Al Pacino's Michael Corleone), Kingsley's Stern who fascinates and fuels the fire of deep emotion in this movie, and finally Fiennes as the demonicly evil Goeth who in a beautiful performance causes us to see how brutal Nazi officers could really be. As the movie continues and the characters become fully developed, the viewer realizes with such an intense clarity that the Holocaust was no joke, no fairy tale. Steven Spielberg created a film that will remain in the heart of America's movie making history.