Gerard, Odette and Shenge are three energetic young adults in a prospering East African city. They are facing life with all upsides and obstacles and wonder about their future - like young people all over the world. But they also share the cruel history of their country: 20 years after the genocide in Rwanda they invite us to learn about their past and their present and show us a picture of Rwanda that we have not seen before. "Ibyiza Birimbere" is the sensitive and quiet - at times poetic - portrait of a generation that is carrying a big responsibility while dealing with guilt, blame and remission. With a rather humanistic than a journalistic approach the film is neither a history lesson nor is it political but a contemporary document that offers a new perspective on a country that is mostly identified with the events of 1994.