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Everyone who sees the film will wonder how people could turn on each other like this.
A Catholic priest, Father Vjeko refused to leave Rwanda during the genocide and saved thousands of lives, both Tutsi and Hutu, at great peril to himself.
"Beyond the Gates" is a Michael Caton-Jones film "based on real events and made at the locations depicted" in the film.
Good at helping us understand courageous action when it was needed. A good film for young people to see & discuss.Published 3 months ago by William Van Loan
Great quality, good price & fast shipping! I'm very satisfied with my purchase.Published 4 months ago by Dede
Must see movie about the horrific genocide that occurred in Rwanda. I don't think I remember crying so hard at the end of any movie I've ever seen by I was sobbing horribly by the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Queckboerner
This 112-minute docudrama (edited from the R-rated theatrical cut to soften some language and violence) depicts the 1994 Rwandan genocide in uber-realistic fashion. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Transcendental Thomist
Having been a health aid worker in Rwanda as the genocide was still going on, I feel the film is very realistic although sad..Published 9 months ago by Paul W. Jones
After the Holocaust, so many vowed it would never happen again....as hundreds of thousands died in Rwanda a few decades later, the world closed its eyes... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mosaic
This was a gift for my grandmother. I did not purchase this for me. I never watched this film before.Published 12 months ago by TAB
Interesting film, but I liked Hotel Rwanda better. I'd seen the latter a long time ago. Both w/ similar subject matter.Published 14 months ago by Lightening!!!