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Hotel Rwanda

Directed by: Terry George | 2004 | 2h 1m | Rated PG-13

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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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• General Admission – $10.00
• O Cinema Members – $8.00

• General Admission – $25.00 + Free Small Popcorn
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Don Cheadle’s illustrious acting career started in the 1980’s with a number of television parts, which then paved the way for movie castings in the years that followed. Cheadle rose swiftly in the acting world and won the Los Angeles Film Critics’ Best Supporting Actor award for his amazing work with Denzel Washington in DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS. Since that time, Cheadle’s career has expanded in thematic diversity and critical praise, as several of his performances during the 2000s have been nominated for Oscars. Cheadle’s performances in a number of critically acclaimed movies and his portrayal of James “Rhodey” Rhodes (also known as War Machine) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies have made him a household name. However, no matter how little or significant the role, Cheadle always gives outstanding performances and has developed into one of Hollywood’s most versatile actors.

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O Cinema’s monthly series, SEASONED ACTORS, celebrates the work of an actor that has greatly contributed to the cinematic culture of our lifetimes. And for our 4th (and final) season this year, we’re honoring the work of the multi-talented DON CHEADLE!

Inspired by true events, this film takes place in Rwanda in the 1990s when more than a million Tutsis were killed in a genocide that went mostly unnoticed by the rest of the world… Paul Rusesabagina (Don Cheadle), a Hutu, manages the Hôtel des Mille Collines and lives a happy life with his Tutsi wife (Sophie Okonedo) and their three children. But when Hutu military forces initiate a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Tutsi minority, Paul is compelled to allow refugees to take shelter in his hotel. As the U.N. pulls out, Paul must struggle alone to protect the Tutsi refugees in the face of the escalating violence later known as the Rwandan genocide.

“Cheadle impressively carries the entire picture, delivering the kind of note-perfect performance that’s absolutely deserving of Oscar consideration.”

“The film turns into a triumph for Don Cheadle, who never steps outside the character for emotional grandstanding or easy moralism.”

“This role could represent a career performance for Cheadle, whose forceful and multi-dimensional portrayal keeps Hotel Rwanda at a consistently high level.”