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.
This film was originally given an R rating (Restricted: no one under 17 without a parent or guardian) by the MPAA. Upon appeal by the producers, the film was re-rated as PG-13 - one of very few films that have ever been re-rated without additional ... ...
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 is brought to the Hotel Diplomat (about 25-minutes into the film) to take the keys out of the safe, he also takes a stack of $100 USD bills with a post-1996 design.
The producers wish to thank the people of Alexandra and Thembisa, Johannesburg, S.A.
$100,091 (USA) (26 December 2004)
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