Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning "Schindler's List," one of the most acclaimed films about human survival amid the horrors of the Holocaust, is coming to DVD.
The disc set, planned for release March 9, will be accompanied by interviews with some of the people who lived through the movie's story in real life, Universal Studios Home Video announced Wednesday.
Liam Neeson starred as Oskar Schindler, a German war profiteer who seemed to align himself with the Nazis while secretly working to save more than 1,100 Jews from death camps.
This is the first-ever DVD release of the 1993 film, which won seven Academy Awards, including best picture and best director. Among the extra features is a 77-minute documentary titled, "Voices From the List," with never-before-seen testimonials from Schindler survivors.