One Hundred Days

Friday, April 09, 2004

Ten years after the Rwandan genocide that killed close to a million people, the West finally seems ready to deal with it. This month, the airwaves have been flooded with memorials, documentaries, and feature films on the massacre. But two years ago, before many had revisited it, photojournalist Nick Hughes attempted to encapsulate the experience in a way outsiders might comprehend. He hired witnesses to the genocide as actors, and created a love story set in Rwanda. Brooke spoke to Hughes about his film, "100 Days."

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