At the housing estate they call home, Jake, Kyle and Jarred hang around playing billiards, partying, smoking pot, watching porn, and talking about sex. Standing at the window on the top floor, Jake can survey the whole housing block. Something about this place captivates him.
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“Butterfly Kisses” takes on a bold issue and tries to approach it dispassionately. Unfortunately the movie failed to engage me. I think it’s because the main character is labeled right from the beginning, thus the viewer has no time to get to know him as a person. He’s reduced to his condition/situation, and IMO that doesn’t work in a movie that revolves around one character.