Watching this movie me gave a background on the genocide occurring in Rwanda. It was something I was familiar to, the mass killings of an inferior race. This movie stressed what it was like just to try and live another day. Almost all genocides are the same in that way that you have to do whatever you can, especially communicate, just to live. One major point that stuck out for me was that Hutu's killed the Tutsi's with machetes. How could you chop somebodies head off even if you were forced too. Watching these movies is tough. Mass killings is something that doesn't catch my attention. Something we can all learn from these movies is to never let it happen again.