The murder of hundreds of thousands Rwandans by their neighbors was unthinkable. That forgiveness by the survivors for the perpetrators might be possible -- that's unthinkable, too. But here we see it, not in sugar-coated happy-clappy terms, but showing the wrenching effect on everyone involved. In this excellent documentary, the personal stories of victims and killers are presented by the people themselves. The impact on the viewer is not just increased understanding, but it brings on reflection and taking personal account. I recommend it highly.