Perhaps the best way to approach a subject of bewildering complexity is with simplicity.

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It shows me a picture of present-day Rwanda, as commoners struggle to cultivate hope on ground that recently ran red with the blood of genocide.

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'Munyurangabo' an authentic picture of Rwanda.

Read the article, voices of independent culture. sums up a lot of the press Munyurangabo has received.
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The New York Times
"Munyurangabo is both modest and ambitious"

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Time Out New York

Time out New York gives Munyurangabo 4 stars!
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Indiewire reviews Munyurangabo days before the theatrical opening in NYC!
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“Piercing, authentic [and] entrancing!...Intense empathy courses throughout Chung’s first feature.”

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Hammer to Nail

“A beautiful, haunting reminder that by opening its creative arms to the world, American cinema has the power to transform it…[A] powerful debut…a new, transcendent moment for independent cinema”

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Film Comment

“Remarkable! An authentically beautiful film…a ‘small’ masterpiece”

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Filmmaker Magazine

“Outstanding! Astonishing…intimate”


“Immediately striking! Supremely confident! An astonishing and thoroughly masterful debut!”

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