Earth Made of Glass (2010)

Earth Made of Glass
Rose Kabuye Paul Kagame Jean Pierre Sagahutu Serge Sagahutu
IDMB rating
7.9 (56 votes)
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Release date
April 8, 2014 (Netflix)

On August 6th, 2008, against the backdrop of the world's deadliest war in neighboring Eastern Congo, Rwandan President Paul Kagame issued a report detailing the French government's hidden role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Three months later, his closest aide, Rose Kabuye is arrested by France on charges of terrorism. Meanwhile, Jean-Pierre Sagahutu, a genocide survivor haunted by his father's unsolved murder, scours the Rwandan countryside on a fifteen-year-search for clues - ultimately finding himself confronted with his darkest desire: being face-to-face with his father's killer. As President Kagame fights to free Rose from France and finally expose the shocking truth about what truly happened in Rwanda fifteen years ago, Jean-Pierre journeys to the scene of the crime, and the doorstep of a killer, to uncover the chilling facts behind his father's death. As each relentlessly pursues the truth they find themselves faced with a choice: to take revenge or turn the other cheek... Despite having never met, the story of a President and an ordinary citizen become inextricably linked in this groundbreaking film. Bound by a deep love of country, an insatiable need for the truth, and a hunger for peace, Jean-Pierre and President Kagame set in motion both the rebuilding of a family, and of an entire nation. Above all, their stories shake the very foundations of what it means to forgive - blazing a trail towards ending hatred and violence throughout Africa and the world.

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