Write A Movie Of Your Own Favourite: Hotel Rwanda (Movie Review Sample)
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Hotel Rwanda is a thrilling film scripted based on a true story revolving around the genocide events that occurred in Rwanda during the spring of 1994. The film is directed by Terry George written by George and Keir Pearson and starred by Don Cheadle as hotelier Paul Rusesabagina. The movie was released in the year 2004, exactly 10 years after the infamous genocide in Rwanda. The movie has been branded as the African Schindler's List as there are scenes whereby, Rusesabagina (the hotel manager) takes the ingenuity to save the displaced refugees by offering them shelter in the already crowded Hotel des Mille Collines. In a nutshell, the movie captures the subject of the genocide, political corruption and the consequences of violence.
The film begins with scenes of tensions between the two conflicting tribes in Rwanda, the Hutu and Tutsi people. As the movie continues, it shows that bribery and corruption were the order of the day. As days goes by, the country political stability deteriorates, Rusesabagina and his family witness
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