The first trailer for Netflix''s upcoming film Trees of Peace is based on the story of four women hiding during the Rwandan genocide against the Tutsi in 1994. The film is based on real events.
According to the Netflix Press Release, the film will recount the story of four women from different backgrounds who forge an unbreakable sisterhood while in hiding during the genocide in Rwanda. A total of 500,000 to 662,000 Tutsi as well as some moderatemembers of the HutuandTwa ethnic groups were killed by armed militias. Several films have been made to depict the events of the tragedy, including Hotel Rwanda, Shake Hands with the Devil, and sometimes in April.
Annick, Mutesi, Jeanette, and Peyton are all screened in the film, but they are unable to access the underground restroom for 80 days after suffering from starvation with only a child''s book to pass time. They are constantly exposed to the sounds of violence happening outside, sometimes just feet away.
Trees of Peaceis is directed and directed by actor/writer/filmistAlanna Brown. The film is her feature film debut. The film is directed by Brown, Ron Ray, Barry Levine, Mike Bundlie, Brian Baniqued, Jeff Spiegel, and Vicky Petela.
Netflix''s Trees of Peace debuts on June 10, 2022.