Trees of Peace



IMDb Rating 8.6 10 65

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
June 10, 2022 at 10:07 AM


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901.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
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Reviewed by marcguzman-24073 10 / 10

Wow. An incredible film!

There are films so impactful that they change your perspective, and this is one of those films. How the story is presented and filmed is unique, rarely done, and this was executed perfectly. The cast had amazing chemistry and connected well together. Highly recommended!

Reviewed by rlankford 10 / 10

This film should be a requirement to watch..

There are few films these days that make it into the category of true "must see" films. While I had knowledge of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the tragedies and horrific crimes against humanity committed felt very far away and disconnected from my own life. Trees of Peace gives the viewer a personal perspective of what it's like to live and die in a hell that the majority of us will never have to face.

The audience benefits from the well thought decisions made by the Director. Each scene is craftily curated, and preplanned to the point that one feels that they are experiencing the film alongside the characters as opposed to only observing it. These characters that we sit beside are fully formed people with real dialog, who we can all relate to in some capacity, and because of this it is easy to remain engaged in the story happening all around us.

The cast members are lost in the characters. We never see actors, but instead they disappear into their God given talent and skill in front of the camera and we as the audience only believe we are watching life itself, and not art imitating it.

I believe Trees of Peace gives another voice to people in the global conversation of freedom and equality that may have been overlooked, and I applaud the efforts and sacrifices of the Producer to present this gift to the world.

This piece of cinema uses a news story to remind us all of how fragile our lives are and it teaches us how we can behave and how we can relate to one another, regardless of our background.

Reviewed by aquibreza-74604 10 / 10

Inspirational and emotional movie

It's emotional and inspirational movie ever I have watched... There are many inspirational movies but are underrated... We should encourage them. Hollywood need to make many movies on ethnic cleansing and genocide. Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar and in Bosnia and many other places one should make movies and emotional journey of black people in slavery and how the life changed them while slavery and hunger, poor natural disasters in Africa and many small and poor countries one should make movies on them...

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