In the Time of the Butterflies

In the Time of the Butterflies

In the Time of the Butterflies is inspired by the true story of the three Mirabal sisters who, in 1960, were murdered for their part in an underground plot to overthrow the government.

In the Time of the Butterflies is inspired by the true story of the three Mirabal sisters who, in 1960, were murdered for their part in an underground plot to overthrow the government. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


In the Time of the Butterflies torrent reviews

(ag) wrote: While I'm only 13 and this movie could easily be rated R18+ I really enjoyed this movie and liked seeing Shane outside of his youtube world. I really love to support it when youtubers finally get a chance to do something they love!

james f (nl) wrote: I don't know if i liked this or Chill Out Scooby Doo more, but either way its the best movie since Cyber Chase!

Matthew H (au) wrote: Single room psychological thriller. Fun stuff.

Walter M (it) wrote: The Armenian genocide sits at the start of the 20th century's house of horrors, constantly denied by the Turkish government. It has also to my knowledge only been depicted on film a couple of times. In Atom Egoyan's "Ararat," it is in a totally roundabout way in a film within a film. Even now, I'm not sure if he was praising such a film as noble or criticizing it. I was thinking of this while watching "The Lark Farm"(also featuring Arsinee Khanjian) which I accept as basically sincere and principled but pretty much a misfire on a creative level as a prime example of flat and uninspired filmmaking, and lacking any kind of urgency. In trying to narrow its focus down to a single wealthy Armenian family, "The Lark Farm" loses perspective on the atrocity while giving way to some rather cliched subplots including a doomed romance between Armenian Nunik(Paz Vega) and Turkish soldier Egon(Alessandro Preziosi), as the family ignores The Great War.(The film has an international cast apparently thrown together at random. Moritz Bleibtreu putting in an appearance at the eleventh hour playing a Turkish officer only serves to reinforce this.) No matter how far away from the front you are, everybody in a country can feel the effects of war, like deprivations or dead and missing family members. In fact, there is too much reliance on interior shots here, not allowing the viewer to gage the temperature of the country at the time. And instead of moving events along gradually, the film goes straight to the Turkish generals plotting genocide.(That's after a dying grandfather's vision of bloodshed, futilely trying to warn everybody to flee.) This satisfies their need for a scapegoat for everything going badly on the Russian front, compounded by the rise of Turkish nationalism. Of course, not all Turks feel the same way. Colonel Arkan(Andre Dussollier) is conflicted in carrying out his orders, staying away from a party given by his Armenian friends and sending his wife(Enrica Maria Modugno) in his stead. In the end, the best approach would have been to be as straightforward as possible while only implying violence. Perhaps, only use the Italian relatives as a framing device.

teddy c (gb) wrote: Entertaining enough, but doesn't say much.

Caroline R (ru) wrote: A good follow up to Paradise Lost. I had to fast forward through the parts where Mark Byers talks and sings. He is one nasty individual and his hick mentality really shines through. It's scary to know that people like this exist. I look forward to the release of Paradise Lost 3. The attorney's for the WM3 went before the Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday. Let's hope for the best. Free the West Memphis 3!!!!

Shane J (de) wrote: at least better than the 2nd movie,its still awful l but at least it tries to tell a story for an hour at least. the other half hour is just flashbacks of the last movie so even saves you from watching that.The female bodybuilder is back this time being chased by steroided lady gaga and her twin. along the way she meets and falls in love with a mentally handicap guy in one of the funniest kissing scenes in movie history

Michael W (de) wrote: Small-timer latches himself onto a high profile crime boss in this lighthearted Italian fare. Tony Lo Bianco and Lee Van Cleeff usually offer more but comedy may not their best medium. Does offer a satisfying conclusion, where Lo Bianco returns to his home as anonymous amongst his nobody cronies. Would have preferred a larger role for Edwige Fernech.

Steve H (es) wrote: A raw psychological drama set during the Korean War that maintains a high level of tension throughout. Anyone who is a fan of war movies should make an effort to see it.