For me, I think that the Hollywood film portraying the Rwandan Genocide was more powerful. This film was interesting to watch because it was based on a true story, just reenacted. I think that because the film was able to be recreated off of a true story it was still introducing the concept of what the Genocide held but, what was shown was able to be controlled, unlike the documentary which was just showing what actually happened. Though the documentary was showing the viewer the reality of what happened I don't think it pulled me in as much because the Hollywood film mostly focused on one family which made me feel more connected to the events occurring, but it still showed how others were affected by the horrific events taking place. Through the whole movie, the main character (Paul Rusesabagina) fights for his family and community. This was a very powerful theme throughout the whole movie. The documentary was still very strong within the concept that it showed you what happened, however, it just didn't give the viewer the same contact with what was being seen. Because of this, I feel that the Hollywood film “Hotel Rwanda” was more powerful in the sense of showing what happened with the Rwandan Genocide and all of the horrors that it held.