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“Trees of Peace”, rated as one of the best social dramas to come to Netflix

“Trees of Peace”, rated as one of the best social dramas to come to Netflix

In April 1994, four women of different origins and beliefs find themselves trapped and in hiding during the genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda. (Netflix)

Trees of Peace is an American drama film, based on the events in Rwanda (East African country) in 1994, a year with a peak of violence in that country.

in his synopsis Netflix describes the following: “In April 1994, four women of different origins and beliefs find themselves trapped and in hiding during the genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda. Their fight for survival against all odds unites women in an unbreakable sisterhood.”

"Trees of Peace" stars Eliane Umuhire, Charmaine Bingwa, Ella Cannon, Bola Koleosho, Tongayi Chirisa.  (Netflix)
“Trees of Peace” stars Eliane Umuhire, Charmaine Bingwa, Ella Cannon, Bola Koleosho, Tongayi Chirisa. (Netflix)

peace trees is directed and written by Alan Brown. With a cast made up of eliane umuhire, Charmaine Bingwa, Ella Cannon, koleosho ball Y Tongayi Chirisa. Its producers in charge are RR Film Production, Abstract Entertainment, ABrownGirl Films and its distributor is Netflix.

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The trailer opens with two black women hiding, while one covers the mouth of the other, who is in a state of panic because of what is happening around her. Then, one of the women tells the other that she appears to be underage “Everything will be fine, Mutesi. We are in my house under the kitchen floor.”

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"Trees of Peace", has the original title "Trees of Peace" and is an original production of 2021. (Netflix)
“Trees of Peace”, has the original title “Trees of Peace” and is an original production of 2021. (Netflix)

Then there is the shot of another woman, apparently a nun, who introduces herself saying: “My name is Jeanette”. Another fair-skinned girl named Peyton is also seen. Because of her, black women come into conflict expressing: “They would never kill an American”, “Now she is our burden”. It is these textual phrases that are heard among them.

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The four women spend more than 60 days hidden under the house, living together while they enter into conflicts, learn things they did not know, share their experiences and create an intimate, almost family bond; until one day, one of them writes on the wall: “Trees of peace”.

Following the 1994 genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda, women survivors led their country’s rehabilitation movement. Currently, Rwanda has more women in government than any other nation in the world and April 7 are commemorated as the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda.

peace trees is an emotional film qualified within the genre of drama, independent cinema, which reveals the suffering, resistance and strength of four women trapped during this dark and sad time in the history of humanity. Wait for her!

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