Swallowtail Butterfly

Swallowtail Butterfly

Swallowtail Butterfly takes place in an alternate Japan, in a ghetto where immigrants from all over the world have come to live and make their fortune. The city is called Yentown, and it is much like Tokyo. Sixteen-year-old Ageha (Ito), a young girl whose mother has just died, is passed on from person to person until a prostitute named Glico (Chara) finally takes pity on her. Under Glico's care, Ageha has many experiences with the other poverty-stricken immigrants in Yentown. Eventually, due to a sudden twist in fate, the immigrants are given a chance to realize their dreams. But in doing so, they destroy their solidarity, and have to face their problems separately.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:Japanese,English,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prostitute,   murder,   blood,  

After a young girl's mother dies, she is cared for by Glico, a brassy hooker, who gives the girl the name "Ageha" (Butterfly). Ageha goes to work for a collection of oddballs who run a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Swallowtail Butterfly torrent reviews

The Movie G (au) wrote: Funnier and and more action packed

Graham J (br) wrote: A sad violent documentary following the fear that that a group of friends, US soldiers suffering in the violence of war in Afghanistan. Gritty. No punches. Immersive.

Maura P (fr) wrote: pretty sure it'll be bad, but what the hell

Ryan R (br) wrote: Having lived in Los Angeles for the last decade, I was here when Krumping was a big thing amongst the inner city youth. I didn't live in the same neighborhoods, but I went to school in South Central for a couple of years. So I got to witness the dance first hand. When I first saw it, I laughed at it. To me it looked like nothing more than controlled flailing. Just swinging your arms around with balled fists, rolling your body like a stripper, jumping around, fake fighting and not much more. After seeing this documentary (which got snubbed for at least a nomination for Best Documentary), I realize that it is so much more than that. To the kids that are in that world, it is everything to them. It keeps them out of trouble, it gives them something to do besides play sports. I really have to commend Tommy the Clown for what he did. I've seen him at a party once, but I wasn't too familiar with his movement back then. What he has done is bring hope to kids that had almost none. Without his guidance, a lot of the kids in this film would be in gangs, in jail, doing nothing productive at all, or possibly dead. That alone makes this a film that everyone should see. I wanted to give it a higher score, but I still have trouble taking Krumping, as a form of dance, seriously. Still, this is an excellent film.

Frida N (es) wrote: I mostly wanted to see it because of the world-building aspect, and it - the alien landscape and background creatures - was the only thing I liked at all. Cheap characters, bad animation, horribly unoriginal story, and "comic relief-characters" that borders on painful... I am never too hard on movies, but this is one I will not go back to.

Erin N (gb) wrote: unfortunately i have seen this!!

Bob C (br) wrote: Incredible movie, amazing science fiction and overall great action. A movie with true heart.

John L (ag) wrote: i watched this in a school library. not nearly as awkward as that time i had sex with a midget in a dolphin costume, but still.

Miguel R (au) wrote: The Black Stallion Returns is a decent sequel to a decent family classic

Ken Gabriel A (br) wrote: This movie was kind of magical and amazing to think about.

James Z (ru) wrote: neeson is too old to play the real-life collins, but the film overall is skilfully made. the script finds a balance between collins as a man and the sedition.