Why Steven Spielberg Wouldn’t Accept Money From Schindler’s List

Steven Spielberg morals and values

Steven Spielberg is one of the most influential directors of all time.Yet, most don’t know how ethical the man really is. For instance, he wouldn’t accept any money for his hit movie Schindler’s List. He believed it to be considered “blood money” being that the movie was about the Holocaust. Spielberg was even given permission to film within the concentration camps, however did not do it in respect for the victims. The movie ended up winning an Oscar, and led him to become one of the founders of DreamWorks.


 

“I think we need to take responsibility for the things we put on this planet, and also take responsibility for the things we take off the planet. We need to have limiters on how far we allow ourselves to go – ethical, moral limiters.”


 

#MoralOfTheStory: Remain true to your personal values and make sure your decisions can co-exist with your morals and ethics. In the long run, the more aligned your choices are with who you are, the better off you will be.

 


 

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