Josefu's Thousand Hillsaf Tamara Dragadze
Unforgettable: A journey that crosses Canada toward new hope on one plane, and travels back to Rwanda on another, in a quest for closure.Josefu Mutesa, British born of Ugandan parents, slowly recalls his experiences in Rwanda, 'land of a thousand hills' where he went as a UN official to record and report on the violent events that had just taken place. The magnitude of political treachery and human betrayal causes him to break down and he is removed to Canada where he tries to recover with the help of friends, part owns a bookshop there and leads a quiet life.Now, six years later, He decides to drive across Canada and face his demons. Crossing the prairies accompanied by ghosts that demand their stories be heard, he takes us on a parallel journey between time and place that is both sensitive and harrowing. One that we shall not forget.
- Whyte Tracks
- 1. April 2014