When it comes to finding the most intriguing and innovative true-story-inspired films and programs to satisfy its viewers’ appetites, Netflix is a trailblazer. ‘Trees Of Peace,’ a brand-new and original Rwandan film based on a true story, will be released on the global streaming service.
If you enjoy true-crime Netflix series and films like ‘Savage Beauty,’ ‘True Story,’ and ‘Showtime 1958,’ you’ll be blown away by ‘Trees Of Peace,’ a suspense-filled, adrenaline-infusing Rwandan genocide thriller.’
The horrific genocide of the Tutsi minority ethnic group in Rwanda by armed soldiers, which stunned the entire world in 1994, is depicted in this film. It revolves around four women from varied walks of life. Four females who have been terrified by genocides, Annick (Elliane Umuhire), Jeannette (Charmaine Bingwa), Peyton (Ella Cannon), and Mutesi (Bola Koleosho), hide behind a little hiding spot beneath a kitchen area. They all form everlasting bonds of sisterhood with one another during the gore-filled Rwandan genocides by staying together. The film’s poster depicts four women daring to reach for the light and wishing for a better tomorrow, with their hands lifted in the air.
“Four ladies from different origins establish an unbreakable sisterhood while trapped and in hiding during the genocide in Rwanda,” according to the official synopsis. “It was inspired by genuine events.”
Who’s in the cast of ‘Trees Of Peace’?
The following actors have been cast in the film.
Charmaine Bingwa, 36, is an Australian actress best known for her role as Carmen Moyo in the CBS television drama ‘The Good Fight.’ She’s also appeared in films such as ‘Black Box,’ ‘Nekrotronic,’ and ‘The Pitch,’ among others. She will play Jeannette in the much-anticipated Rwandan true-story film ‘Trees Of Peace,’ which will be released globally on Netflix.
Elliane Umuhire, Ella Cannon, Bola Koleosho, and others round up the cast of ‘Trees Of Peace.’
Alanna Brown directed and wrote the film, which won many honors at the American Black Film Festival and the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Alanna Brown makes her directorial debut with this film. Brian Baniqued, Alanna Brown, Mike Bundlie, Barry Levine, Vicky Petela, Ron Ray, and Jeffrey Spiegel produced the picture.
The official trailer for ‘Trees Of Peace,’ a drama film about the Rwandan genocide, has been released online. It’s also available to watch online.