Sometimes in April – Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April - Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April – Berlinale Competition 2005

Sometimes in April and Hotel Rwanda, which ran out of competition, show two perspectives on the genocide in Rwanda. While one focuses exclusively on the events surrounding the hotel manager Paul Rusesabagina, Raoul Peck focuses on Augustine and Honoré Muganza, two brothers who were both on the side of the ruling Hutus. One of the two, Augustine, is a soldier in the militia of Hutus, but married to a Tutsi and endorses the murder of not, dear, he goes out of the country. His family, however,

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