We're back with the newest episode of my film review radio series, The Indie on Demand Movie Review. This time, we're looking at Kinyarwanda, a new drama in which director Alrick Brown uses a fractured timeline and mutable genres to portray how the Rwandan genocide of 1994 looked to those trapped in its madness. It captures events from such varied points of view as that of two young lovers, a military squad engaged in a rescue mission, and the Muslim and Christian clerics who sought to protect the victims.
Snagfilms is distributing this on-demand. Click the player to hear my review, and you can get more info here.