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36e 18 - 27.03.2022


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This feature film, which competed at Cannes in 2007, documents an unlikely friendship in post-genocide Rwanda. Munyurangabo is a Tutsi who lost both his parents. Sangwa is a Hutu, whose family strongly disapproves of the relationship. Rwandans have fond memories of the self-effacing Korean-American director; regrettably, the same cannot be said of other foreign filmmakers. The film is testament to his sincerity.
  • fiction
  • Rwanda, USA
  • 2007 | 97 min. | Colour
  • Language : Kinyarwanda
  • Subtitles : English | French
Cast & Crew
Samuel Gray Anderson
Lee Isaac Chung
Lee Isaac Chung
Lee Isaac Chung
Claire Wibabara
Jenny Lund
Jeff Rutagengwa
Eric Ndorunkundiye
Jean Marie Vianney Nkurikiyinka
Jean Pierre Harerimana
Narcicia Nyirabucyeye
Lee Isaac Chung
Almond Tree Films
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Lee Isaac Chung
Lee Isaac Chung
2004 Highway (short)
2005 Sex and Coffee (short)
2005 Los coyotes (short)
2010 Lucky Life
2012 Abigail Harm
2015 I Have Seen My Last Born (documentary)
2020 Minari (selected at Sundance)
2020 Cinematographer: Between Dancers

Conception: By the way studio - Développement: Agence MiNT

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