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Butterfly Kiss (1995)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 26 April 1996 (USA)
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 ... See full summary »

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Eunice
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Wendy
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Miriam
Des McAleer ...
Eric McDermott
Lisa Riley ...
Danielle
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Elsie
Paula Tilbrook ...
Ella
Fine Time Fontayne ...
Tony
Elizabeth McGrath ...
Waitress
Joanne Cook ...
Angela
Shirley Vaughan ...
Waitress
Paul Bown ...
Gary
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Katie
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Robert
Katy Murphy ...
Judith
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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 meets Miriam, hard of hearing and a little ingenuous, who feels sympathy for Eunice and takes her home. Miriam is very impressed by Eunice's fierceness and willfulness and follows her on the search for Judith. Shocked by Eunice's cruelty she tries to make her a better person, but she looses ground herself. Written by Robert Stroetgen <stroetgen@rrz.uni-hamburg.de>

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A story of love and redemption.


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Miriam's Mom: If you never go out, you'll never do no evil.
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Referenced in Rich Hall's Continental Drifters (2011) See more »

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Silly Games
Performed by Janet Kay
Written by Biana Bovell and John Myatt
Copyright Island Music Ltd./Tincabell Music/Chelsea Music
Recording courtesy of PolyGram Record Operations Ltd.
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Bizarre story / great acting

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 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.


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