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Munyurangabo


  1. Directed by: Lee Isaac Chung
  2. Produced by:
  3. Written by: Samuel Gray Anderson
    Lee Isaac Chung
  4. Music by: Claire Wibabara
  5. Cinematography by: Lee Isaac Chung
  6. Editing by: Lee Isaac Chung
  7. Release Date: 2007
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: Kinyarwanda

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  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Munyurangabo — a film made by the Korean-born American filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung with the help of Rwandans— follows Sangwa, a prodigal son of the Hutu people, and his friend ‘Ngabo, a boy from the Tutsi people. As you can imagine, their trek across the blood-drenched of Rwanda's civil war tests their loyalty to each other, and when vengeful intentions come to light, the story seems hell-bent for a disastrous, violent conclusion. (Call it The Straight Story's opposite.) Nevertheless, the journeys of Sangwa and ‘Ngabo become a mournful and beautiful work of art that inspired Roger Ebert to call it “a masterpiece.” - Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Lee Isaac Chung
  2. Produced by:
  3. Written by: Samuel Gray Anderson
    Lee Isaac Chung
  4. Music by: Claire Wibabara
  5. Cinematography by: Lee Isaac Chung
  6. Editing by: Lee Isaac Chung
  7. Release Date: 2007
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: Kinyarwanda

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Munyurangabo — a film made by the Korean-born American filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung with the help of Rwandans— follows Sangwa, a prodigal son of the Hutu people, and his friend ‘Ngabo, a boy from the Tutsi people. As you can imagine, their trek across the blood-drenched of Rwanda's civil war tests their loyalty to each other, and when vengeful intentions come to light, the story seems hell-bent for a disastrous, violent conclusion. (Call it The Straight Story's opposite.) Nevertheless, the journeys of Sangwa and ‘Ngabo become a mournful and beautiful work of art that inspired Roger Ebert to call it “a masterpiece.” - Jeffrey Overstreet

Munyurangabo — a film made by the Korean-born American filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung with the help of Rwandans— follows Sangwa, a prodigal son of the Hutu people, and his friend ‘Ngabo, a boy from the Tutsi people. As you can imagine, their trek across the blood-drenched of Rwanda's civil war tests their loyalty to each other, and when vengeful intentions come to light, the story seems hell-bent for a disastrous, violent conclusion. (Call it The Straight Story's opposite.) Nevertheless, the journeys of Sangwa and ‘Ngabo become a mournful and beautiful work of art that inspired Roger Ebert to call it “a masterpiece.” - Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Lee Isaac Chung
  2. Produced by:
  3. Written by: Samuel Gray Anderson
    Lee Isaac Chung
  4. Music by: Claire Wibabara
  5. Cinematography by: Lee Isaac Chung
  6. Editing by: Lee Isaac Chung
  7. Release Date: 2007
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: Kinyarwanda

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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