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- 1 hr 40 min
100 Days is a drama film portraying the events that unfolded over the course of one hundred days during the Rwandan Genocide, from April through July of 1994. The story focuses on a young refugee girl named Josette from the Tutsi tribe, and follows her saga as she struggles to survive during the events of the genocide. As the story unfolds, Josette seeks refuge from the brutal killings in a church, only to find that she and her family are betrayed by a local Hutu priest. In order to remain alive, she subsequently endures abuse at the hands of the priest. Josette eventually finds safety and is reunited with her boyfriend, but must deal with the reality that she has become pregnant with the priest's baby. Through the story of one girl, 100 days depicts the hardships and struggles endured by the Tutsi people during the grim events of 1994.