A PLACE FOR EVERYONE # 160

17:00, Wednesday 17th June, Waterside 3

Director/Anthropologist: Angelos Rallis, Hans Ulrich Gößl
Year of Release: 2014
Duration: 60 mins
Country of Production: Belgium
Location: Rwanda
Ethnic Group:  Hutus & Tutsis
Language: Kinyarwanda & English with English/French/German subtitles

A Place for Everyone explores the human geography of a Rwandan village two decades after the genocide. Survivors and killers still live next to each other and a new generation of young Rwandans has grown up in a society that undergoes a fragile reconciliation process. Filmed over the course of more than four years, A Place for Everyone portrays a generation of young Rwandans in their quest for love and hate, revenge and forgiveness.

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