Viewers may find it hard to make it through this film dry-eyed. It's a poignant account of the attempts of one man -- Canadian Lt.-Gen. Romeo Dallaire (now retired) -- to avert the genocide that occurred in Rwanda in 1994. The UN failed Rwanda; Lt.-Gen. Dallaire is "the last just man" of the film, which captures admirably the inability -- or unwillingness -- of the world community to act to avert tragedy.
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