The film has been rated IMDB 8.1 / 10 and is a true historical drama based on one of the worst genocides in Rwanda in the 1990s. Before watching the story, it is important to know a little bit about Rwanda Hutu and Tusti.
During Belgian rule in Rwanda, Rwandans were divided into two groups. The long-nosed, white-skinned, Tutsi were appointed to administrative positions, and since then the separatist Hutu, along with the Belgian government, have become hostile to the Tusti. When the Belgians handed over power to the Hutu, once the Hutu handed over power, the oppressed Hutu sought vengeance on the Tusti without hesitation.
In three months, nearly 1 million people were brutally murdered. In the story, Paul Rusa Bagina, manager of the Mille Collines Hotel, explains how to rescue more than 1,000 Hutu and Tusti refugees in this horrific massacre. It’s a great movie to watch and how to save the lives of his family and his family. (The script and translator of this film is Brother Sherlock. Please encourage us.)