Release Date : May 29, 2009 Limited Genre Movie :Art House & International,Drama
Mpaa Rating : Unrated
Actors :Jeff Rutagengwa,Eric Ndorunkundiye,Jean Marie Vianney Nkurik...,Jean Pierre Harerimana,Edouard B. Uwayo,Narcicia Nyirabucyeye,Etienne Rugazora,Pierre Claver Kayitsinga
In a Kigali, Rwanda marketplace, local adolescent boy Munyurangabo and his friend, Sangwa, swipe a machete from a vendor and hit the road together. Each young man is haunted by the ghosts of past experiences. Munyurangabo lost both parents to the Rwandan genocide and now embarks on a quest for swift justice; Sangwa left home years prior and longs to return. So begins director Lee Isaac Chung's feature Liberation Day. The two young men at the heart of the story commence a journey to Sangwa's home, where they remain for several days, but they must soon confront the reality of the racial and tribal differences between them: one is a Hutu, the other a Tutsi, and as Sangwa's parents remind their son, members of the two groups are never supposed to consort with one another -- making the boys' friendship highly inadvisable. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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New Review For Movie MunyurangaboMunyurangabo may be a simple film with a straightforward message, but the details and conflicts Chung captures give it a reality that cannot be denied.
Tom Long-Detroit News
It is in every frame a beautiful and powerful film -- a masterpiece.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
It's the latest in a long and worthy line of low-budget, partly improvised neorealist movies that mix fiction with documentarylike qualities.
John Hartl-Seattle Times
Munyurangabo, a simple, naturalistic parable about a journey to the countryside by two young men, reflects on the chances of peace and reconciliation for survivors of Rwanda's bloody recent past.
Walter V. Addiego-San Francisco Chronicle
It's raw and rough, but beautifully photographed and classically constructed, with an undercurrent of awful tension and a lyrical sensibility.
Munyurangabo uses the fine-grained techniques of cinematic neorealism to illuminate the psychological and emotional landscape of a still-traumatized place.
A.O. Scott-New York Times
Chung's film feels 'organic.' ... Rather than giving Western viewers a guilt trip by exploiting Rwanda's pain, he makes a movie by Rwanda for Rwanda.
Jeffrey Overstreet-Looking Closer
Compared to "Munyurangabo," admirable films like Terry George's "Hotel Rwanda" or Michael Caton-Jones' "Shooting Dogs" seem like so much heavy-handed melodrama.
Philip Martin-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
If you can get past the mercurial changes in emotions and the slow pace you'll find a film that has a lot to say about war and peace, hatred and love, revenge and reconciliation
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
Poignant and authentically moving film.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
ou wouldn't think a movie with so many cultural elements to draw on would have to steal from Disney.
Carolyn Blick-Boston Phoenix
A compelling, provocative and well-nuanced drama that's also refreshingly unpretentious and quietly engrossing.
Avi Offer-NYC Movie Guru
In order to survive, one can't hold onto innocence nor wash away the bloody, tattooed existence of the past. And even with this grim reality, there is some semblance of promise. Not everything corrupt stays that way.
Matthew Nestel-Boxoffice Magazine
intelligent enough to understand where history and blood are built into Rwanda but realistic enough to know that forgiveness is a long way off.
Two friends in Rwanda dealing with the fallout from the genocide which lingers in their consciousness and souls.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice
There's a patient attentiveness and inquisitiveness to Munyurangabo. that seemingly springs, at least in part, from the cultural divide between Korean-American filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung and his native Rwandan cast, milieu, and language.
Nick Schager-Slant Magazine
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Movie Overview For MunyurangaboAn orphan of the Rwandan genocide travels from Kigali to the countryside on a quest for justice.
TagLine Munyurangabo An orphan of the Rwandan genocide travels from Kigali to the countryside on a quest for justice.