In 1944, Raphael Lemkin invented the word "genocide" and spent his life fighting to have it recognized as an international crime. But when the U.S. finally signs his law -- decades after his death -- the Rwandan and Bosnian genocides erupt and torment Lemkin in the afterlife. If genocide cannot be stopped, how will Lemkin rest?
- Drama with humor
- 80 - 90 minutes
- 2 f, 3 m
- Content Notes: Adult language and content
- Set: A dilapidated house.