Documentary film about the reconciliation process between Hutu and Tutsi as seen through the eyes of Rwanda's younger generation.
Approxminately 1.000.000 people were killed during the genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994. Two decades later survivors and killers live again next to each other and a new generation of young Rwandans has grown up full of hidden desire for love and hate, revenge and forgiveness. Through the perspective of two young Rwandans the documentary film "A Place for Everyone" portrays how a traumatised society undergoes a fragile reconciliation process.
Directed by Angelos Rallis and Hans Ulrich Gössl.