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Plot: Eunice is walking along the highways of northern England from one filling station to another. She is searching for Judith, the woman, she says to be in love with. It's bad luck for the women at the cash desk not to be Judith, because Eunice is eccentric, angry and extreme dangerous. One day she… Runtime: 88 min Release Date: 26 Apr 1996
Amanda Plummer ravages through this film like a wounded hyena starving for what may be it's last meal come flood or high water. She may be Hollywoods best actress, but does she give a crap. I thinks not. Hollywood gives Oscars for cute models who show a talent for walking talking and chewing gum all at he same time. And if she can make herself ugly for a role, Hollywood seems astounded at her courage. Plummer can not only chew these little girls into so many wads of Jamaican licorice stick, but in this role as Eunice, she makes Robert DeNiro look like a neutered cub scout. This is as <more>
powerful a performance as you'll see. And on top of that her English accent is superb. There aren't any other actresses in Hollywood that could play this role. Maybe Renee Zellweger could come close. But I doubt she'd have the guts to do it. This is a very disturbing film. But a performance like this would make even the great Kim Stanley cringe.
WHAT CAN I WRITE NOW ABOUT THIS PERFECT FILM?CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CREATORS FIRST OF ALL!Really i wonder if any person that saw this film could possibly say that he didn't like it! it's an amazing film, full of love, despair, tenderness and finally salvation.the end of the film is the most "strong" ,affecting, redemptory, gorgeous ending of all times!a great movie!!!! with great music also!.......... there's no need to argue anymore.......
amanda plummer is the best (by ufotds)
You can say what ever you want on this movie, but amanda plummer stays the best actress on the planet. If you would meet her in the street she could make you believe that she has been like that all her life, because she lives in a role like i have seen nobody else do. By the way this isn't an easy role to play. Further it must be said that micheal winterbottom isn't one of the worst directors around either, as far as i know i haven't seen anything of him less than excellent. This movie was so good that i cried at the end
Bizarre story / great acting (by SCHAGELA)
The thing that first struck me was seeing Amanda Plummer playing in an English movie. A nice surprise. She really has some great acting skills. After seeing Pulp Fiction I automatically assumed she was an American actress. Looking at BK however, gave me the strong idea that she had to be British, speaking with such an explicit Northern English accent.... IMDB learned me that she is American after all. Tops!! Of course her role is a very bizarre one: a man-hating lesbian who seems to kill others at random. She takes Saskia Reeves with her in a negative downstream which finally results in an <more>
ending that can't give a good feeling to anyone seeing the movie. In spite of that after having some doubt I found that I truly liked this movie. Thanks to those two fabulous playing actresses I'd never seen Saskia Reeves before but I liked her right away. Not thanks to the story: I never found out what the rue reason was behind all the killings. 7 out of 10.
This movie was great. I had to watch it twice, to make sure I got it all. It would be a great show to watch if you're in a phsycology class in college. I think the movie should be watched in education class. Amanda Plummer did a great performance. There are real people out there actually doing and thinking exactly what she did in the show. There are moments in the movie that seem as if this was a true story. If it is, I would like to know so I can read up on it. The title should be different. I can not think of one, but butterfly kiss just does not fit. My personal opinion is Amanda <more>
Dark, thought provoking tale - Outstanding acting (by pwb53)
I found 'Butterfly Kiss' to be at once sad and horrifying, and a story of both love and hate. It drew from me feelings of empathy for the characters of Eunice Eu and Miriam Mi , and revulsion for the acts of horror which mark their journey. Is this a love story where everyone else and everything else is disregarded for the sake of Eunice's relentless search for love, fulfillment, punishment, Judith? Or is this an observation of the torment of a schizophrenic woman? So much here to involve you and that will stay with you long after. The bleak northern England setting matches the <more>
mood of the movie perfectly, and the story shows Eu and Mi's journey and relationship but cleverly leaves much of it a mystery, but what really makes this special is the outstanding performance from Amanda Plummer as Eunice.
Look, for instance at darkfalz' comments. No , on second thoughts don't bother , the man is deranged, I just looked up his record of comments on other films and I see he is perfectly foaming at the mouth when it comes to depictions of women in anything but vapid model-girl roles. Oh yes, and he appears to think female victims of male violence are somehow to blame for it, merely by being there. I originally saw it as a tortured love story between one deeply damaged, psychotic woman and another who was drawn to her awful power , almost against her will. Perhaps an element of S & M <more>
present also. However I see Eu and Mi are interestingly suggested as different personalities of the same person by one reviewer. I'll have to see it again in the light of this comment. I didn't actually think the fact that both were women was particularly significant- not at all meant to be representative of lesbian love or anything like that. In fact the couple could have been a man and a woman or two men, the issue really was the attraction and need the two had for each other. Serious acting and screenplay. The accents didn't bother me, why should they, we hear thick US accents in movies all the time. I never quite understand why some Americans appear to need subtitles for Australian or UK accents