That movie was both great and terrible, and impossibly well portrayed. This MOC, though well portrayed, is most certainly not terrible in the same sense, though it harkens to the same notions. Great job here, an excellent representation of one of the most memorable scenes in the entire movie.
OMG! we are in the middle of this movie in English class. we are learning about the Holocaust and we are about 15-30min past this part its a long movie... :P a GOOD movie tho. the first day we saw it, i was like "who the heck is that? i know i know who this is but i cant think of it" about his Jewish Manager dude(i new right off the bad that Schindler was played by Liam Neeson) and than the second day(yesterday) we watched it, i was like "OMG ITS YINSEN FROM IRON MAN!" haha
May 6, 2009
I dont seem to get it but it is a ummmm UNIQUE vig!
I like it
May 6, 2009
Beautiful recreation you've done here. I love how you've done the legs and feet of the little girl.
The most powerful moment of the film beautifully rendered. The anonymity of the other figs plus the contrast of the red and grays gives the vig a poignancy unmatched by mere words. How could you not be moved when you realize this innocent is being led to her doom? This is yet another strong reminder that we honor those who died by our vow to "never forget."