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NARRATIVE SHORT | 30 MIN | unknown

THE LAST DOG IN RWANDA

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David is, like so many 10-year-old boys, fascinated by war: he builds plastic models of all kinds of military vehicles and plays war games with his friends. Fourteen years later, in May 1994, he has established himself as a news photographer, and is traveling through war-torn Rwanda with thirty-year-old reporter Mats, documenting the genocide of the Tutsis and Hutus. The Last Dog in Rwanda is a film about the fascination of war in all stages of life, from playing wargames as a little boy to documenting real wars as an adult.
Film Information
Year: 2006
Length: 30 minutes
Language: Swedish, English
Country: Sweden
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
JENS ASSUR is Scandinavia's leading photojournalist. Despite his relatively young age (born in 1970) he has dominated Scandinavian photography for more than a decade. The Last Dog in Rwanda is his first film.

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