PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
Paul Rusesabagina was a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.
At around 1h 10 mins of the movie, UN Peacekeeping Troops were shown with Pakistani flag bands on their arms. In 1994, Pakistan was by far the largest contributor to the UN Peacekeeping force with contribution of 9210 troops out of 73210 total force... ...
When people ask me, good listeners, why do I hate all the Tutsi, I say, "Read our history." The Tutsi were collaborators for the Belgian colonists, they stole our Hutu land, they whipped us. Now they have come back, these Tutsi rebels. They are ...
When Paul Rusesabagina sends his wife and children away in the UN convoy, Tatiana Rusesabagina is wearing an orange floral skirt prior to getting in the truck and before the truck pulls away, but after the truck pulls away as she is calming the children her skirt is gray.
Part of the profits from this film shall go to The Rwandese Survivors Fund.
$100,091 (USA) (26 December 2004)
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