Directed by Laura Waters Hinson and narrated by Mia Farrow comes the award-winning documentary of two Rwandan women who struggle with the face-to-face encounter with the men who slaughtered their families during the 1994 genocide. These women and men speak for a nation still wracked by the grief of a genocide that killed one in eight Rwandans. Come experience through their eyes the journey from death to life through forgiveness. Approx. 53 minutes. DVD Features:
Music by Emmy award-winning composers: Lenny Williams and Chris Biondo
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5 Stars Out Of 5
July 19, 2011
This movie is very much an "on the ground" account of the process of forgiveness and reconcilliation that is happening in some areas in Rwanda. It is both moving and thought provoking. I would recommend it for anyone who is struggling with the call to forgive, especially churches that are fighting over styles of worship and other church culture wars. It puts it all into a much better perspective, and really high lights the inevitable evils of tribalism, or the "us verses them" mentality that we are all prone to.