Sometimes In April

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"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." -- Martin Luther King, Jr. In April 1994, one of the most heinous genocides in world history began in the African nation of Rwanda. Over the course of 100...

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Idris Elba ... Augustin
Carole Karemera ... Jeanne
Pamela Nomvete ... Martine
Oris Erhuero ... Honoré
Fraser James ... Xavier
Abby Mukiibi Nkaaga ... Colonel Bagosora
Cleophas Kabasita ... Valentine
Noah Emmerich ... Lionel Quaid
Debra Winger ... Prudence Bushnell
Peninah Abatoni ... Woman Refugee #1
Ashani Alles ... Prosecutor
Hope Azeda ... Brigitte
Théogène Barasa ... RAF Soldier #1
Dan Barlow ... Belgian UN Soldier
Johannes Bausch ... UN Officer #1
Jay Benedict ... Bushnell's Colleague
Andrew Benon ... Father Munanira
Paul Boneza ... RAF Soldier #2
Todd Boyce ... John
Stephen Buckingham ... Judge Arusha
Gloria Bugwiza ... Woman Refugee #2
Charles Bwanika ... DJ Max
Ismael Gueven Byaruhanga ... RAF Soldier #3
Philippe Chanel ... Bushnell's Husband
Tony Curtis ... Jeffrey Patterson
Ronald Fernee ... David Rawson
Bonaventure Gasutwa ... RAF Officer #1
Brian Greene ... 'Hutsi' Journalist
Patty Hannock ... Lawyer
Jeff Harding ... Lt. Colonel #1
Willy Marcel Higiro ... Honoré's Colleague
Ninette Hyringango ... Secretary Radio RTLM
Alexandre Ikuzo Abia ... Marcus
Francis Imbuga ... Priest
Nicolas R. Jewitt ... Mr. Vilbur
Isabelle Kabano ... Felicie
Kaya Kagimumukasa ... Agathe Uwilingiyimana
Franck Karenzi Semana ... Prosecutor
Chantal Karungi ... Woman Refugee #3
Musa Kasonka Jr. ... Suit #1
Denis Kayonga ... Mathieu
Abubakar Kawenja ... Militia Man #1
Hubert Koundé ... Father Salomon
G. Arnaud Kubwachristo ... Young Guide
Samuel Kyagambida ... Militia Lieutenant
Paul Lambers ... Prosecutor Arusha
Philip Luswata ... RAF Sergeant #1
Aïssa Maïga ... Young Militant
Mike Marshall ... Older Journalist #1
Kintu Martin Oscar ... RAF Officer #2
Peter McRobbie ... Bushnell's Superior
Ian Michie ... White House Spokesman
Assumpta Micho ... Mathilde
Erick Mitchell ... Older Journalist #2
David Mitnik ... UN Soldier #1
Michael Morris ... Older Journalist #3
Philippe Mottin ... Belgian UN Officer
Juliana Muganza ... Anne-Marie's Friend #1
Olivier Muhigirwa ... RPF Sergeant
Robert Muhirwa ... RAF Corporal
Anastasie Mukamusonera ... Old Woman #1
Gaudence Mukarutabana ... Old Woman #2
Palvin Mukulu ... Young RPF Soldier
Nadine Munezero ... Venancia
Jean Bosco Munyanziza ... RAF Soldier #4
Maxence Murara ... Judge
Geoffrey Mutagoma ... 'DJ Max' (voice)
Chantal Mutanguha ... Schoolgirl
John Mutambuka ... RAF Official
Maureen Mutesi ... Anne-Marie's Friend #2
Tega Mutimura ... Anne-Marie's Friend #3
Lyton Namubiru ... Valerie
Abdallah Nassoro ... Albert
Muhumed Ndaguze ... Old Man
Moses Ndahiro ... RAF Sergeant #2
Adam Ndayisabye ... RAF Soldier #5
Ben N'Gabo ... Suit #2
Denis Nsanzamahoro ... Man In The Car
Sonia Ntare ... Victorine
Domenic Ntirushwa ... Gaetan - Valentine's Son
Ramadhan Nzikenera ... Officer Bagosora
Collin Obomalayat ... Stand-In Voice Bagosora
Peter Odeke ... Milita Man #2
Paul Ogaa ... RAF Soldier #6
Kalisa Rugano ... Male Refugee
Michelle Rugema ... Anne-Marie
Grace Rugema ... Man In Panic
Theogene Runaya Murenzi ... RPF Soldier
Desiré Rurinda ... RPF Young Soldier's Victim
Albert Rwamihigo ... Young RPF Lieutenant
André Ryumugabe ... Killing Farmer
Jean-Pierre Stewart ... Senior Aid
Tom Tammi ... Lt. Colonel #2
Déborah Uwera ... Anne-Marie's Friend #4
Ester Uwizeye ... Isa
Mulongoyi Wafuma ... RAF Soldier #7
Robert Walker ... UN Officer #2
Joseph Walugembe ... Alphonse
Michael Wawuyo ... RAF Soldier #8
Derek White ... Marchal
Arthur Yuhi Abia ... Yves Andre
Bill Clinton ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brian Williams ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)