"100 Days in Rwanda"

Friday, November 22, 2002

Shot at the actual scenes of the mass murders of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, "100 Days in Rwanda" is a new film about the horror that took place there. Before "100 Days," director and co-producer Nick Hughes had already made documentaries about the genocide—but in this new endeavor, he and co-producer Eric Kabera created a historical fiction, using a love story to humanize the slaughter. Brooke speaks with Hughes about "100 Days in Rwanda."

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