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Hotel Rwanda
Alex Steffen, 31 Dec 04

Yes, it's a major motion picture about genocide, itself important: but it's also a true story.

Honor the heroes.

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This is a very wonderful, outstanding work of art. I recommend it to every one. For those who depend on learning about Africa through film, this is one you should not miss.


Posted by: Hindolo on 11 Jan 05

This is a gripping film that conveys the horrors of a genocide the world turned its back on. It conveys both a powerful message, without graphic violence, as well as a beautiful love story. It will keep viewers on the edges of their seats. I saw it at the Simon Wiensethal Center in LA and heard the director, Terry George and the protagonist, Paul Rusesabagina speak. Paul, played by Don Cheadle, is inspirational and modest. He received an award from the Jewish community for his humanitarianism.


Posted by: Michael Monaghan on 12 Jan 05

This is a gripping film that conveys the horrors of a genocide the world turned its back on. It conveys both a powerful message, without graphic violence, as well as a beautiful love story. It will keep viewers on the edges of their seats. I saw it at the Simon Wiensethal Center in LA and heard the director, Terry George and the protagonist, Paul Rusesabagina speak. Paul, played by Don Cheadle, is inspirational and modest. He received an award from the Jewish community for his humanitarianism.


Posted by: Michael Monaghan on 12 Jan 05



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