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During an approximate 100-day period in 1994, while North Americans were fixated on making money in a new economic age, the African country of Rwanda was home to an atrocity that would eventually set itself in history as one of the largest genocides on the planet.
Why Is Hotel Rwanda Rated PG-13?
Hotel Rwanda is rated PG-13 on appeal for violence, disturbing images and brief strong language.
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The DVD release of Hotel Rwanda brings greater understanding to the crisis and the harrowing true story upon which the movie is based by including two documentaries: “A Message for Peace: Making Hotel Rwanda” and “Return to Rwanda.” Director Terry George and the real-life subject of the film, Paul Rusesabagina, provide commentary to the movie, with actor Don Cheadle and musician Wyclef Jean adding annotations to selected scenes. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), with English, Spanish and French subtitles.