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My Neighbor My Killer

GACACA, Living together again in Rwanda?

IN RWANDA WE SAY... The family that does not speak dies

The Notebooks of Memory

“Anne Aghion asks a lot of tough questions in My Neighbor My Killer, the fourth and last in her series of films about the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. But the most difficult, posed on the posters for her new film, may be this: after the killing has ceased, and order has been restored, ‘How do you make it right again?’”

— Larry Rohter, The New York Times

“Deeply Moving”

— Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post​

“An historic document of incalculable value… a superbly shot work of cinema”

— Agence France Presse

“Quietly devastating” ​

— Kenneth Turan, LA TIMES

“Excellent… the most striking thing about the film is the deep wisdom, sad emotional maturity, and even poetry that seems to issue effortlessly from the mouths of the victims”

— Peter Brunette, Hollywood Reporter


— Lee Marshall, Screen International

“A triumph of patience […] and powerful humanitarian work”

— Anthony Kaufman, Barnard Magazine

“Brilliant” One of the Best Documentaries of 2009

— Jennifer Merin, Documentaries

“Highly recommended”

— Video Librarian

Anne Aghion Press


“Instantly compelling… Ice People sticks in the mind.”  — Nathan Lee, The New York Times

Ice People “might be the most immersive documentary I’ve ever seen”

— Bilge Ebiri, Vulture (NYMag)

Critics Pick! “Immersive, mesmerizing”

— NY Magazine

“Not quite like any previous film on Antarctica”

— John Hartl, Seattle Times

“Ice People takes you to scientists’ extreme lab”

— Doyle Rice, USA Today

“A side of science that is rarely seen”

— Edyta Zielinska, The

“I recommend this film to anyone who has ever wondered what it’s actually like in the Antarctic.”

— Sara Wheeler, Author, Terra Incognita: Travels in Antarctica

“Beautifully shot”

— Leonard Lopate, WNYC Radio

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