Netflix has added to its catalog a new drama based on a true story that is impacting its subscribers and earning a lot of praise.
Entitled ‘trees of peace‘ (Trees of Peace), the film debuted at No.
In the plot, four different women are trapped in a hideout during the Rwandan genocide and become great friends. They reminisce about their lives, are moved by each other’s stories, while fearing for their lives.
On social media, Netflix subscribers praised the story, the cast and the production… But they already warn: prepare your heart because the film has strong and very emotional scenes.
Check out the reactions, watch the trailer and follow the CinePOP on YouTube :
Film Trees of Peace! Based on true facts about the Rwandan genocide. Strong, sad, exciting! #Netflix
— Le Monteiro (@tytamonteiroo) June 13, 2022
watching trees of peace new movie on netflix and I’m in love saw one of the biggest hits on this platform
— ؘ (@oyuripo) June 12, 2022
‘Árvores da Paz’ addresses the genocide of Rwanda, also narrated in the beautiful ‘Hotel Rwanda’, from another perspective, that of 4 totally different women trying to survive confined in a claustrophobic environment. Painful, powerful, beautiful. #Peace Trees #TreesOfPeace
— Janaína Oliveira (@Jana_Oliveira1) June 12, 2022
There is a movie on Netflix called Trees of Peace, it is based on real events and tells the story of 4 women who were in hiding during a genocide in Rwanda between two tribes. Very good, glr.
— Damaged (@DaniDCO5) June 11, 2022
I started watching trees of peace, be psychologically prepared
— giampietro (@ggppttrr) June 11, 2022
— Acassia Oliveira (@AcassiaO) June 11, 2022
Anguished “Trees of Peace”. much pain. knowing that everything really happened is to kill gnt 🙁 it barely started and I’m already finished
— loser (@looannr) June 11, 2022
‘trees of peace‘ premiered at the Santa Barbara Film Festival in 2021, where it won several awards, including the John Singleton Award for Best First Feature Film.
It’s the director’s first film. Alanna Brown.