Diary of Immaculee
By: Peister DarrenMaterial type: TextPublisher: 2007
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Her acts of forgiveness toward the Hutu are a central theme of the film. She prayed the rosary her faith gave her while hiding and it gave her peace in a time where no peace was to be seen. Her story is one of hope in desperate times and faith in the eyes of horror. The Diary of Immaculée reveals the horrific, yet inspiring story of a remarkable woman’s experiences in the midst of one of history’s most tragic events. Immaculée Ilibagiza, and others who were there, will tell you what happened . . . and you shall never forget it. With powerful and emotional on-camera appearances from the good Samaritans who kept Immaculée alive in Rwanda, to inspirational personalities such as Dr. Wayne W. Dyer and Carl Wilkens, this amazing story of a journey through the darkness of holocaust will touch your heart and soul.