59 E 59 presents a political thriller about a New York Times journalist and his exclusive interview with two Hutu nuns charged with homicide during the Rwandan genocide. More…
Commemorating the 21st anniversary of the atrocity, this is a story of forgiveness, faith and truth in the face of unspeakable horror. Disgraced journalist Charles arrives in Rwanda to meet the nuns, who must convince the world of their innocence during the 1994 genocide or face a lifetime in prison. When an unknown survivor contradicts their story, Charles must choose which version of the truth to tell the world. 'Sense of an Ending' shines a light on questions of faith and responsibility in the face of violence.
See it if You enjoy shows depicting serious contemporary topics with crisp plotting and superb acting
Don't see it if You dislike stories "inspired by true events" or are sensitive to hearing about real life atrocities