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Current Rating: 4.69

Current Rating: 4.69

based on 820 votes and 22 reviews

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  • 5 stars Apart of the inspiring story, the filming is incredibly beautiful. Fine acting. Very good directing.There is a European sensibility in the story telling.I saw it years ago, and loved then as again yesterday. This is a film worth the ticket price and time to see it, or just sit back and enjoy over again on video. It is Wonderful!
  • I love that movie
  • There's an added dimension to a good story which turns out to be a true story. With the beautiful photography of the rain forest, and the inspiring solo trip against all odds, the heartwarming ending becomes even more inspiring if you google and find out where the young man is at now. Amazing, Truly Amazing.
  • Had a lot of meaning to it for myself and my sisters. picked it out on a whim a the video store ....we have a thing about butterflys in this family...My sister was just diagnosed with large cell lung cance, and this movie repesents to us HOPE. Very beautiful and very inspirational. Shirley
  • I loved the scenes in the rain forest with wonderful species of animals of God`s creation and I want it to know more about this blue butterfly.....
  • I loved the scenes in the rain forest. They reminded me of a wonderful holiday in Costa Rica this year. Lovely film. Alex Hutt
  • What I like mostly about this movie is that it was so uplifting. Next I just loved the filming!
  • Wonderful
  • Man, i love it! its sooooo amazing! its soo unbelieveable the ill boy is soo amazing! i love him hes an amazing actor! x
  • it hood but not excallent

The Blue Butterfly

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  96 min.
Release date:  February 20, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  October 12, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.69
based on 820 votes and 22 reviews
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Cast: Marc Donato, William Hurt, Pascale Bussières, Raoul Trujillo