What do you when you find yourself falling in love while your country is being destroyed? The new film, KINYARWANDA, paints a portrait of that very predicament. Set in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, two people, Jean and Patrique, find themselves drawn to each other as Rwanda weathers indescribable violence.
The film and its director, Alrick Brown, received high praise at the Sundance Film Festival. It also won awards at countless others. Be sure to support KINYARWANDA when it opens in select theaters on December 2nd through AFFRM.