Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, autumn 2018. On the third floor of one of these glass and concrete buildings are the premises of an association of psychiatrists and therapists working with survivors of the genocide. Today, there is an increase in the cases of trauma among young patients born after 1994, who did not experience the genocide directly. Behind Rwanda's impeccable 2018 showcase the effects of the genocide are still working their poison. What happened in 1994 remains and will remain a story about which it is "impossible to remain silent, and impossible to speak" as my friend Naason the psychiatrist put it.