The Blue Butterfly (2004)

PG   |    |  Drama, Adventure


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A dramatic adventure about courage, redemption and love being filmed in the rain forests of Costa Rica, and in Montreal.


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  • Pascale Bussières and Marc Donato in The Blue Butterfly (2004)
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6 June 2005 | awp529
7
| Surprisingly good
I didn't know what to expect from this movie and the longer I watched it the more enjoyable it became. William Hurt does a wonderful job but Marc Donato steals every scene he is in. Everyone in the cast does an excellent job and bring the film to life. The Canadian director and her crew have certainly established themselves as premier movie makers. There is some very beautiful cinematography in this movie and even if it were not an excellent movie that alone would make it worthwhile The elusive Blue Butterfly becomes a symbol of hope and well as the source of problems. Right to the end of the film the director never leaves you wondering but tells the story and leaves you feeling completely satisfied. The entire family can watch this movie and each person will thoroughly enjoy it.

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