Hotel Rwanda Mov Analysis

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 Hotel Rwanda Analysis In the movie Hotel Rwanda the writer Sujit R. Varma gives you a depiction and reenactment of events that took place about 15 years ago in the city of Rwanda. These events may be one of the harshest of genocides in history. In only about 3 months millions of people were brutally murdered along with children and babies, which is an incredibly large amount of people in that short time span. Even though they were in the era where there were heavy mass media, around the clock news and constant updates, the brutal events were basically unnoticed by the rest of the world. In these events the writer focuses on a hotel manager by the name of Paul Rusesabagina that manages to save his family and a lot of others from the event of the civil war between the Tutsi and Hutu people. Varma does an excellent job of capturing the emotions of the viewers of this film. He does this by showing the brutality of the soldiers and their carelessness of children and families killing and beating them laying them into the streets. He also emphasizes that there was also greed for money because there are many times in the movie where Rusesabagina has to pay off the gorillas to save the lives of his guest and most importantly his family. One of the most abundant qualities of the movie that stood out was determination, love, and persistency to save what he loved by any means possible without harming another. Other than informing about the events that took place’ there was a bigger moral that is clearly seen when watch the film at is length. This moral is the power of one. Rusesabagina’s tale is terrifying, heartfelt, well put together and well told, a suberb example of how in the midst of evil the good actions of just one person can - and do - make a

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