The clip new labor camp from Schindler's List (1993) with Jochen Nickel, Ralph Fiennes
This street divides the ghetto just about in half.
Right side, Ghetto A: Civil employees...
...industrial workers and so on.
Left side, Ghetto B: Surplus labour...
...the elderly and infirm mostly.
Which is where you'll want to start, huh?
Do you have any questions, sir?
Ja, why is the top down? I'm fucking freezing.
We expect a labor force of 25.000 to 30.000.
Segregated of course. The men in the barracks near the guarry...
the women on the other side of the wire.
My place is where?
Yes, the villa.
You call that a villa?
Their synagogue, can you see it?
That's not a villa!
We' to turn it into the camp stables.
It's a house!
What's that over there?
And we have a dentist, shoemaker, practical physicians.
There they are, sir.
One of you is, uh, a very lucky girl.
There is an opening for a job...
...away from all this, backbreaking work...
...at my new villa.
...which of you has domestic experience?
Yeah, on second thought, I don't really want someone else's maid.
All those annoying habits I have to undo.
I don't want to give you my cold.
Uh, what's your name?
What? I can't hear.