Explores the process of reconciliation and forgiveness in post genocide Rwanda. Through interviews and days of following 4 Rwandans, the story of what led up to the genocide and how the citizens are coping unfolds.
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Survivors of the Rwandan genocide explore what it means to live with the neighbors who are responsible for murdering their families. They show how the worst part of human nature, genocide, can be fought with the best part of the human condition, forgiveness. The film includes the views of both survivors and perpetrators who discuss what it means to come together and rebuild a nation devastated by genocide. Written by