It has been
said that the historian has an obligation to relate all known evidence
to his theme, not forgetting that which contradicts it. Thus, the historian
has to present as many views of a particular event or subject as possible
before coming to any conclusion. Can a filmmaker present many points
the film 'Schindler's List'. Do we see everything through the eyes of
Oskar Schindler? What other "points of view" do we see? How does this
affect our understanding of what is happening in the story?