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Bastidores de "A Lista de Schindler" (1993).
Steven Spielberg se recusa a autografar quaisquer materiais relacionados a este filme.
Spielberg não foi pago para este filme. Ele se recusou a aceitar um salário, citando que seria "dinheiro de sangue". Em vez disso, ele deu o dinheiro para a Fundação Shoah que registra e preserva testemunhos escritos e filmados de sobreviventes do genocídio em todo o mundo, incluindo o Holocausto. Spielberg esperou 10 anos para fazer o filme porque ele sentiu que ele não estava pronto para enfrentar o Holocausto em 1983 com 37 anos. Spielberg era capaz de obter permissão para filmar dentro de Auschwitz, mas optou por não em respeito as vítimas. Ele ofereceu o cargo de diretor a Roman Polanski. Polanski recusou pois o tema era muito pessoal. Ele viveu no gueto de de Cracóvia até os 8, quando escapou no dia da "liquidação". Sua mãe morreu mais tarde no campo de concentração de Auschwitz. Polanski viria a dirigir seu próprio filme sobre o Holocausto, O Pianista (2002). A cena do captura no gueto de de Cracóvia tinha apenas uma página de ação no script original. Mas, Steven Spielberg transformou-o em 20 páginas, e 20 minutos de ação na tela "com base em depoimentos de testemunhas que sobreviveram". A cena em que o jovem escapa da captura pelos soldados alemães, dizendo-lhes ele foi obrigado a limpar a rua foi retirada de um depoimento de um sobrevivente.
Para reunir trajes para 20.000 figurantes, foram publicados anúncios que procuravam roupas. Como as condições econômicas ruins na Polônia, muitas pessoas estavam ansiosas para vender roupas que ainda tinham dos anos 1930 e 40.
É o filme a preto e branco mais caro até o momento. O recorde anterior foi realizado mais de 30 anos antes por um outro filme ambientado durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, O Mais Longo dos Dias (1962). Steven Spielberg é um dos judeus libertados de Schindler entre as centenas que atravessam um campo perto do fim do filme.
DOUBLE. DECKER. LIBRARY. ⠀
($3,350,000 / Montclair, NJ)⠀
[With apologies, our LinkTree is experiencing hiccups. Enjoy the property description below and if you need realtor contact info, just ask!]⠀
From the listing: “Highwall”, a magnificent 7-bedroom, 6 full & 2 half bath rock-faced ashlar and brick 1928 English Manor estate secluded on 1.22 private acres adjacent to Eagle Rock Reservation has a breathtaking view of the New York City skyline. It is listed on New Jersey’s Register of Historic Places since September 1986 and has been the home of New York Times Best Selling Author Dorothea Benton Frank for 30 years.⠀
The fenestration includes 4 square and diamond light leaded casements in groups of 3 & 4 along with 6 bays. The multi-gabled red clay tiled roof and clustered stone corbelled chimney stack with many flues, half-timbered brick paneled walls with bracketed overhang, curvilinear design on gables, and a leaded stained glass arched doorway to an open porch, makes this unique home designed by renowned architect Charles Lewis Bowman one of the finest examples of this style in Montclair. Bowman was known for high-quality building materials, fine design, and careful positioning of the homes on generous lots and this magnificent home is no exception.⠀
Dorothea paid great attention to historic details such as coffered ceilings, 6 fireplaces, plaster rosette ceilings, walnut and oak woodwork, outstanding library with a balcony of bookcases and a wet bar, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar with terracotta cooling shelves and a tasting room, and a lower level billiards room with adobe fireplace.⠀
This home features not only history but is tastefully updated for today’s lifestyle with a gourmet kitchen with 2 dishwashers, 4 new baths, master bedroom suite with dressing room, walk-in closet and his/hers full baths. Entertain your guests in the Gunite pool with built-in bar and outdoor kitchen. Play tennis or meditate in the area with a fish pond. There’s also a fully contained 3-room apartment with kitchen over the garage ideal for au pair quarters.⠀
The future is here from @sjsgoalkeeping with 4 different colours to choose from and improvements from their first model 🆕🔝💯these are the latest in strapless innovation in the glove world, and they look pretty strong as well as including a wrapped thumb, something that Nike missed out on! 🔥🙌🏻👏🏻what do you think of them? 🤔which colour would you wear? Comment ⬇️⬇️⬇️
✨🎉🎈🎂 HAPPY 1ST BIRTHDAY EZEKIEL URIAH PETTY. 🎂🎈🎉✨
As, I sit here thinking of what to write I can’t believe we officially have a 1 year old. Time went by so fast. I just wanna go back to the day he was born & relive it all over again!
Last night after he had fallen asleep in my arms. I decided to move him onto my chest, as I laid there looking at my phone waiting for it to change slowly we were a few minutes away from midnight. I laid there thinking to myself it’s about to be a whole year. A WHOLE YEAR. how?! I couldn’t believe it.
I just started thinking of all the memories we’ve had with him, every milestone he’s done & still has to do, the day I gave birth up until now & I couldn’t help but cry. As, it hit midnight I held him tight. I cried, I kissed him & just wanted time to stop.
Ezekiel you’ve changed me in ways I never thought I would change, you’ve help me grow in ways I never thought of growing. You’ve showed me what love, compassion & patience is. I love being your mother. I love seeing you grow, seeing you smile, seeing you learn. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for us. 💛
#traveltuesday One of the prettiest views we experienced at #ynp We had to get out of the car and get a #familypic 📷 Looking back I wish I would have taken more pictures. It was nice disconnecting from the world for a bit. I really feel like this trip reset me. It really gave me time to ponder about life. Since this trip we haven’t taken a vacation in 2 years. Great to get away and wake up in a different town everyday. Getting away from the norm and making memories with the kids. I thank god everyday for the people that are beside me. All of my true happiness in life is them. Being a husband and father has changed me in so many ways. Not super fast like I thought it would. But looking back I can see parts of me that have changed. Things that I thought were important 5 years ago are not the same today. #im#finally#growing#up 😊 •
One more year and a billion+ reasons to be greateful 💫
Thank God for all the blessings ♡ time to celebrate with my loved ones 💃🏾
📸 : @abeeseck, with whom I share the same birthday month 💫