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M Butterfly

M Butterfly

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The Broadway production was an acclaimed winner of three Tony Awards. The espionage trial that inspired David Henry Hwang's powerful play was a global sensation, a windfall of stunning revelations. Now M Butterfly soars again in a provocative film directed by David Cronenberg (A History of Violence, Eastern Promises). Love's mysteries and betrayal's cruelties are boldly portrayed in this fictional tale of French diplomat Rene Gallimard (Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons) and Beijing Opera star Song Liling (John Lone). Rene believes he's found the perfect woman. But after a love affair of nearly 20 years, he finds he cannot believe anything about the beguiling, secretive singer. Rene learns Song Liling is a spy. And it's not the only shocking secret his beloved butterfly hides.

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    Title: M Butterfly
    Genre: Drama
    Starring: Jeremy Irons, John Lone, Barbara Sukowa, Ian Richardson
    Director: David Cronenberg
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Dolby, NTSC Format
    Release Date: 5/17/2016
    Original Year: 1993
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: R
    Catalog #: 1000603773
    UPC: 888574407506
    Item #: 1714615X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 5/17/2016
    Run Time: 101 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives