We show something like the above scene from Schindler's List in our conferences. We delete the F word but it's worth enduring here for the profound message which parallels the gospel. The scene includes Schindler's classic line, "Power is when we have every justification to kill and we don't."
After this scene they 'joke' about pardoning. The next day Amon looks into the mirror, places his hand on his reflection and says, "I pardon you."
But he can't receive it. He doesn't know the power of the gospel, the power of pardon. His pride, shame and hard heart prevents him from receiving it. He grabs his rifle and kills Liesek, a boy who committed the crime of failing to remove the stains from Amon's bathtub.
We are unable to pardon ourselves until we have received pardon from God.