Black Entertainment : Hotel Rwanda

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  1. SayWord

    SayWord Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Has anyone see Hotel Rwanada? I saw it last night and it's such a powerful film. I was lucky enough to find it, because they aren't showing it everywhere and the places they do show it, they don't show it for long. I think everyone should see it. It will touch you in ways that you didn't think possible.
     
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    Pharaoh Jahil Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Peace,



    I seen it last night. That was a powerful and touching film.

    Threw some of the scenes, me and my homeboy's dates were real emotional.

    The Hutu massacre of young Tutsi children.

    A Tribal war that has been going on for a long time.

    I recommend everyone to go see this movie.

    Don Cheadle should have won an oscar..


    Wow, seeing stuff like that just make me ask questions like "What can I do to help my people on the African continent?"

    I just woke up, and this movie is still deep in my mind.


    Peace..
     
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    i gotta check it out !
     
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    Therious Banned MEMBER

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    i was moved by that film. although i thought some parts were overly sappy , it was written by whites however. the way they massacared the tutsis , u had to expect the western media 2 turn their backs. again this is why we need black owned world media.
     
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    i saw the movie last night and it was awesome despite the fact that there were inaccuracies in the film about the real role the belgiums played in the whole thing. i just bought the soundtrack because i thought the music was great.
     
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    diakonos Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Could you please elaborate on what the inaccuracies were?

    BTW, it was a great movie. I saw it twice. On both occasions, there were more white people in the audience than black (that kind of bothers me).
     
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