- Original title
- Sometimes in April (TV)
- Running Time
- 140 min.
- United States
- Raoul Peck
- Raoul Peck
- Bruno Coulais
- Eric Guichard
- Idris Elba, Debra Winger, Carole Karemera, Pamela Nomvete, Oris Erhuero, Fraser James, Abby Mukiibi Nkaaga, Noah Emmerich, Cleophas Kabasita, Hope Azeda, Todd Boyce
- Production Co.
- HBO Films
Drama | Africa. Crime. TV Movie
- Synopsis / Plot
- A historical drama television film about the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. The story centers around two brothers: Honoré Butera, working for the hate-mongering Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines, and Augustin Muganza, a captain in the Rwandan army (who was married to a Tutsi woman, Jeanne, and had three children with her: Anne-Marie, Yves-André, and Marcus), who bear witness to the killing of close to 1,000,000 people in 100 days while becoming divided by politics and losing some of their own family. The film depicts the attitudes and circumstances leading up to the outbreak of brutal violence, the intertwining stories of people struggling to survive the genocide, and the aftermath as the people try to find justice and reconciliation.
: Berlin Film Festival: Official Selection
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