Through eyewitness accounts and gripping footage, acclaimed director Eric Kabera takes the viewer on an emotional journey into the 1994 Rwandan genocide, its survivors, and the memorials created in the victims' honor.
The film focuses on the personal accounts of men and women who watch over the sacred burial sites keeping the memories alive for future generations. They tell a tale of unimaginable pain and loss that is both inspirational and thought provoking as they bravely face the future and rebuild their lives.
Interest categories include Africa, Rwanda, Genocide Studies and African Studies.
Ideal for grades 10-13.
"Highly Recommended" - Video Librarian
"A powerful testament to the pain that is the legacy
of the Rwandan genocide." - Toronto Film Festival
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