Film Turns National Tragedy Into Predictable Thriller

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | April 21, 2005
The way the film uses references to genocide, homicidal dictators and AIDS gives a shallow, disturbing quality to a routine Hollywood thriller. Africa may have limited economic value to the West, but its steady stream of real-life nightmares could be its best export for Hollywood filmmakers willing to craft entertainment out of other nations' misery.

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