Film Review Of The Movie 'Hotel Rwanda'

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The movie named “Hotel Rwanda” is a historical-drama movie. It was released in the year 2004. It was written and directed by Terry George and Keir Pearson. It is starring by Don Cheadle who characterizes Paul Rusesabagina, Sophie Okonedo as Tatiana, Nick Nolte as Colonel Oliver, and Fana Mokoena as General Bizimungu. These were the principal actors that got the job for making a correct representation of the real people that participated in the armed conflict between the Tutsis and the Hutus in Rwanda. The movie is set in Kigali, Rwanda in the year 1994. Kigali is placed in the center of the country and it was named the capital city of the country. It is a city that is normally seen as a place with many people living with little money. Rwanda…show more content…
The different soundtracks of the movie intensified what different scenes should remark. Emotions such as sadness or shocking scenes are fully coherent with the music placed. This helps the movie to show the viewers the real situation or to make the viewer be conscious of the situation. I really like how the music was used in this movie to show different scenes with different purposes. As it is known, the situation that happened in Rwanda among the Tutsi and the Hutu people was nearly unknown to the world. It was almost not document for the people to know. So, this movie gives the message to be more conscious to what happens around the world and to be conscious of how important human rights are in the daily life. Also, how people can be suffering on the other side of the world and we don’t even notice it. It is important to respect others human rights for preventing conflicts like the one that happened in Rwanda. It is also important to be aware of the different situations that happen around us, not only in other countries, but also in our own community. Those situations can pass unnoticed even though they are closer to us. The change starts with us and with the example that we give to next generations. We should show the next generations that human rights should be applied and that people should respect other people to leave without

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