What happened to Gregoire from Hotel Rwanda?
At the end of the film, the Interahamwe launch a fully-fledged attack on the Milles Collines, and Gregoire is seen with them, actually pointing Paul out to them. Paul only narrowly avoids being killed when General Bizimungu’s forces intervene once again. Gregoire is not seen again and his ultimate fate is unknown.
What happened to Paul and Tatiana Rusesabagina?
Tatiana currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, as Paul did. Paul was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2005 by George W. Bush, with Tatiana by his side. The family is still active as advocates for genocide survivors and for the betterment of the Tutsi people in Rwanda.
What happened to Tatiana’s brother in Hotel Rwanda?
He and his family, who adopted the two nieces, moved to Belgium, but Tatiana’s brother Thomas and his wife were never found. The genocide came to an end in July 1994 when the Tutsi rebels drove the Hutu and the Interahamwe militia across the border into the Congo.
What happened to Bizimungu?
Bizimungu was sentenced to thirty years in prison for his part in the genocide on . Bizimungu is portrayed by Fana Mokoena in the 2004 movie Hotel Rwanda.
Who is the villain in Hotel Rwanda?
Georges Rutaganda is the main antagonist of the 2004 historical drama film Hotel Rwanda. He is a local goods merchant who serves as a commander of the Interahamwe militia.
How was Rusesabagina caught?
Mr Rusesabagina said that he was kidnapped, his legs and arms were tied and he was blindfolded before landing. However, Rwandan officials said Mr Rusesabagina was arrested under an international warrant for leading “terrorist movements”. Prosecutors denied he had been kidnapped, insisting due process had been followed.
Why did the UN not intervene in Rwanda?
According to Barnett, UN inaction stemmed from its desire not to get involved in a potentially-risky operation for public relations that could damage the prospects for future peace-building operations since 18 UN troops had recently been killed in Somalia, despite the capacity of UN troops to save thousands of lives.