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Shake Hands with the Devil

Dir. Roger Spottiswoode. Canada 2007, 113 Mins.The tragic recent history that informed Hotel Rwanda is viewed from another angle in Shake Hands with the Devil. Viewed from the perspective of General Romeo Dallaire, who commanded United Nations forces during the 1993 crisis, it paints a picture of broader dimension that makes the earlier film appear restrained by comparison. The horror is as vividly recalled but the implications of indifference and ...

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