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Black Butterflies (2011) (Blu-Ray) (*)
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$24.99

Original Title: Black Butter flies
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
Dutch ( Subtitles )
English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 )
English ( Dolby DTS-HD Master Audio )


Product Origin/Format:
Netherlands ( Blu-Ray/Region A/B/C )

Running Time:
99 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (2.35:1)

Special Features:
Featurette
Interactive Menu
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 2011 and produced in:
Germany ( Germany, Central Europe )
Netherlands ( France, Benelux )
South Africa ( Africa, Middle East )


Directed By:
Paula van der Oest


Written By:
Greg Latter


Actors:
Rutger Hauer ..... Abraham Jonker
Carice van Houten ..... Ingrid Jonker
Liam Cunningham ..... Jack Cope
Grant Swanby ..... Jan Rabie
Graham Clarke ..... Uys Krige
Leon Clingman ..... Valkenberg receptionist
Jennifer Steyn ..... Lucille - Lulu
Candice D'Arcy ..... Anna Jonker
Nicholas Pauling ..... Eugene Maritz
Waldemar Schultz ..... Ettiene le Roux
Damon Berry ..... Pieter Venter
Sabrina Oschmann ..... Young Ingrid
Tarryn Page ..... Irma
Florence Masebe ..... Maria
Ceridwen Morris ..... Marjorie


Synopsis:
Poetry, politics, madness, and desire collide in the true story of the woman hailed as South Africa's Sylvia Plath. In 1960s Cape Town, as Apartheid steals the expressive rights of blacks and whites alike, young Ingrid Jonker (Carice van Houten, Black Book) finds her freedom scrawling verse while frittering through a series of stormy affairs. Amid escalating quarrels with her lovers and her rigid father, a parliament censorship minister (Rutger Hauer), the poet witnesses an unconscionable event that will alter the course of both her artistic and personal lives. Ravishing cinematography by Giulio Biccari and a classical approach to dramatic storytelling by consummate Dutch filmmaker Paula van der Oest augment van Houten's magnetic central performance in Black Butterflies. As a woman governed by equal parts genius and mercurial gloom, Jonker could inspire passion but never, it seems, love-a sad truth critically conveyed by van Houten. Jonker's inner turmoil mirrored her country's upheaval, but van der Oest is never heavy-handed with her parallels of the poet and the South African maelstrom happening around her: The relationships in the film are a lens through which to view a cultural zeitgeist, but the people always have center stage, not the politics.

She searched for a home, she searched for love. Confronted by Apartheid and a father who was Minister of censorship. With men like Jack Cope and Andre Brink she found much love, but no home. In his first speech to the South African Parliament Nelson Mandela read her poem 'The Dead Child of Nyanga' and addresses her as one of the finest poets of South Africa.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 21 October, 2011.

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