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film DVD 108min ............ 2005 VIDEOVISION ENTERTAINMENT
met John Hurt; Nicola Walker, Hugh Dancy, Dominique Horwitz, Louis Mahoney, Steve Toussaint, regisseur, Michael Caton-Jones
April 6th 1994: a bloody genocide in central Africa gets underway. In just one hundred spring days, a million Rwandan Tutsis were massacred by their fellow Hutu countrymen and a small African country was turned into a charnel house. The barbarity was beyond imagination. But not beyond prevention. The UN was there, watching. Watching but not acting. And at the heart of it all a British priest and his young acolyte were forced to confront the depths of their faith, the limits of their courage and, ultimately, to make a choice. To remain with their people or to run away....
"Based on a story by Richard Alwyn and David Belton.
The story concerns the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Joe Connor has come to teach in Rwanda, believing he
can make a difference. When the school becomes a haven for thousands of Rwandans who are fleeing
escalating violence, Joe promises his brightest pupil, Marie that the UN soldiers will protect her but when
the UN abandons the refugees, Joe and the school's headmaster must decide whether to leave stand
firm with the Rwandans.
Special features: audio commentary with director, screen writer David Wolstencroft and producer, David
Belton; the making of the film; Michael Caton-Jones and David Belton's research visit to Rwanda in 2004 (29 mins); DVD-ROM material on Rwanda and the genocide." - lib.uct.ac.za
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