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by Raoul Peck


The 1994 genocide in Rwanda, which caused the death of over 800 000 people, seen through the memories of a family. A 100-day slaughter in the province of the Lakes, from April to July, ten years ago.
In competition - Berlinale 2005

international title: Sometimes in April
original title: Sometimes in April
country: France, United States, Rwanda
sales agent: Warner Bros
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Raoul Peck
film run: 139'
screenplay: Raoul Peck
cast: Oris Erhuero, Idris Elba, Debra Winger, Pamela Nomvente, Carole Keremera
cinematography by: Eric Guichard
film editing: Jacques Comets
art director: Benît Barouh
producer: Raoul Peck, Joel Stillerman
production: Cinefacto, Velvet Film, HBO Films (US), thinkfilm (US)
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