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Nick Nolte and Don Cheadle in Hotel Rwanda

Hotel Rwanda

  A movie for every day of the year – a good one     7 April   Rwandan genocide starts, 1994 On this day in 1994, a period of mass killing lasting 100 days started in Rwanda, during which around 20% of the country’s population was killed. The violence

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Tea Leoni and Nicolas Cage in The Family Man

The Family Man

    On with the florid jumper, down with the heavy meat-based meal and away we go for Christmas. Oh no it isn’t, I hear you shouting. See, you’re getting it. But, inexplicably, when this festive-themed movie was released in the UK on DVD, it was decided that the middle

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Nick Nolte and Don Cheadle in Hotel Rwanda

Hotel Rwanda

    In 1994, 800,000-plus Tutsis were butchered by their Hutu neighbours while the West debated whether this was genocide or merely isolated “genocidal acts”– i.e. not serious enough to warrant intervention. A decade on and the conflict is beginning to arrive on cinema screens, and most of the attempts

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