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The Butterfly Effect 2004 film review


The Butterfly Effect 2004 film review

The Butterfly Effect (2004, United States)

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Running time
113 minutes
Language
English
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Our rating
⚫⚫⚫⚫⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪⚪ 6 / 10

Student of psychology Evan Treborn discovers that he can travel back in time and fix his own mistakes in the past. When it turns out that his childhood love is planning to commit suicide, Evan goes back in time in an attempt to prevent the tragedy. Minor changes he has made in the past also affect the fate of his loved ones with impossible to predict results.

Gripping psychological thriller, based on the deterministic chaos theory (or the butterfly effect), which says that even minor change in the past can cause unpredictable and catastrophic consequences in the present. The strong point of this film is original screenplay, certainly will not leave you indifferent and encourage the some deeper thoughts.


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Creators of The Butterfly Effect


Eric Bress films

Eric Bress

director

J. Mackye Gruber films

J. Mackye Gruber

director

J. Mackye Gruber films

J. Mackye Gruber

screenplay

Eric Bress films

Eric Bress

screenplay



Cast of The Butterfly Effect


Ashton Kutcher films

Ashton Kutcher

as Evan Treborn

Amy Smart films

Amy Smart

as Kayleigh Miller

Eric Stoltz films

Eric Stoltz

as George Miller

Melora Walters films

Melora Walters

as Andrea

Elden Henson films

Elden Henson

as Lenny

William Lee Scott films

William Lee Scott

as Tommy


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