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Over the course of 100 days in 1994, an estimated 800,000 people, the vast majority Tutsis, were brutally murdered in Rwanda during a terrifying purge by their Hutu countrymen. Even for a nation with such a turbulent history as Rwanda, the scale and speed of the slaughter left its people reeling.
Filmed in the locations where the tragedy unfolded just over a decade earlier, Raoul Peck's 2005 film explores Rwanda's mass genocide through the story of two Hutu brothers - one in the military, one a radio personality - whose relationship and private lives were forever changed by the atrocities taking place around them.