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Hotel Rwanda

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Hotel Rwanda


Some people can’t resist trying to be someone they really aren’t. In
the film Hotel Rwanda, the main character changed his own styles just
to fit in with the Europeans and think that the Europeans will treat
them as if he was a real European. And when times of crisis come
along, he finds out that the Europeans have always looked down at
them. After that, he understands that what he’s been doing was not
himself and he changes.

Paul Rusesabagina, the main character, works as a manager in a hotel
in Kigali, Rwanda. Because of his work, Paul interacts with a lot of
powerful Europeans and he plans on building it up so he can call them
for help if there is any need in the future. Paul wears tuxedos and
ties and he thinks that if he did that the Europeans will treat him as
if he was one of their people.

At that time, genocide between the Hutu and Tutsi people started.
Paul’s wife Tatiana is a Tutsi and the Hutus are hunting down all the
Tutsis, so the safest place for any Tutsi is at the Mille Collines ...

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