>Schindler is also a touchingly obvious projection of Spielberg’s own dreams of posterity... As Schindler says, he is a man who has made more money than anyone could spend in a lifetime, yet making the money he has touched people’s lives in a meaningful way - Schindler by drawing up his list, Spielberg by filming it. In Spielberg’s happily capitalist world, profit motive is not the enemy of humanism but its spurs.
doesn't completely square with the fact that Schindler ends up ruining himself financially (although since the Nazis lose I guess he's better off than if he'd actually run the camp "correctly").
I like this observation though:
> The camp, with its wooden guard towers and scaffolding, comes eerily to resemble a movie set, surrounded by lighting rigs and electrical cables.
I see that davekehr.com got taken down, but https://web.archive.org/ has preserved it.