Oskar Schindler Narratiev


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  • Exposition
  • Bye Honey.
  • Good Bye.
  • Rising Action
  • Clunk! Clunk! Clunk!
  • Weeeer! Weeeer!
  • Rising Action
  • Hello Mr.Schindler. How are you this fine evening. Unfornutaely I am here on an unplesant occasin, I have to arrest you. I would appreciate if you would come without any force
  • NO S-sir! I.. I mean that I have nothing to say about the allegations, and I.. I'm sure that I didn't do anything wrong. I am loyal to Hitler and the Germans.
  • In this cell Oskar Schindler is walking from his house to his factory. He says goodbye to his wife and walks to his factory.
  • Climax
  • In this cell Oskar Schindler is walking from his house and he is very close to his factory. Oskar Schindler can hear voices, and the clanking of the machines.
  • Falling Action
  • Good bye! I hope you have a fine rest of your evening.
  • Remember our deal, okay! I won't be so lenient and forgiving this time.
  • The theme of this Storyboard/story is kindness, hospitality, and loyalty. Oskar was loyal to his workers and was risking his repuation and his safety to protect them. We can learn that kindness and loyalty will be returned to you. 
  • In this cell Oskar Schindler is getting arrested by a German. He is being taken to an interrogation chamber.
  • Resolution
  • I can't believe that I got through that. I better be more careful from now on.
  • Thank you for saving our lives. We were thankful ever since you saved us from Krackrow, your kindness will not go forgotten.
  • In this cell Oskar is talking to his interrogator about his allegations. Oskar makes a key decision to either give up the Jews in his factory and be safe or live in risk. 
  • Do you have anything to say about your allegations? I need to know for sure you are telling the truth.
  • In this cell the interrogator finds that Oskar was guilty of holding Jews, but he changes his mind in the last second. He wants money in exchange for Oskar's freedom and his silence.
  • In this cell Oskar is back to his factory, he had just talked to his workers and tells himself that he had to be more careful.
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