Butterfly Kisses (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Butterfly Kisses is a 2017 British-Polish drama directed by Rafael Kapelinski and written by Greer Ellison. It stars Theo Stevenson, Thomas Turgoose and Rosie Day.
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"Butterfly Kisses" (song), a 1997 country-pop song which has been recorded by Bob Carlisle, Jeff Carson, the Raybon Brothers, Westlife and Cliff Richard Butterfly Kisses (Shades of Grace), a 1997 album by Bob Carlisle Butterfly Kisses (Jeff Carson album), 1997 Butterfly Kisses (film), a 2017 British-Polish drama
A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students' disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project. Written by bsus1412 Plot Summary | Add Synopsis
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- Chart Performance
- Raybon Brothers Version
- Jeff Carson Version
- Other Versions
Carlisle's rendition of the song became a major radio hit in United States, reaching the top 10 of Hot 100 Airplay and becoming a number-one single on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song also received a Dove Award for Song of the Year, as well as a Grammy Award for Best Country Song. It is also Carlisle's only chart single.
The same year that Carlisle's version was released, two country music artists each recorded covers of the song. These covers would overlap with his version, which was also a minor hit on the country charts. The higher-peaking cover was issued by the Raybon Brothers, a duo composed of Marty Raybon (former lead singer of Shenandoah) and his brother Tim. The Raybon Brothers' version was a number 37 country and number 22 Hot 100 hit in 1997. The single was released by Rick Hendrix Company to Christian radio and moved into the Top 40. One of three singles for the duo, it was also the title track to the Raybon Brothers' 1997 MCA Records debut album. The Raybon Brothers' rendition received RIAAgold certification.
Jeff Carson also recorded his own version on his second album for Curb Records, which was also titled Butterfly Kisses. Carson's version peaked at number 63 on the country music charts. The album also featured an alternate version of the song, which contained elements from Kippi Brannon's then-current single "Daddy's Little Girl".
There are other versions recorded including: 1. Westlife's version on their The Love Album's Asian Deluxe Edition(The main British album release however does not include the song) 2. Cliff Richard's version was originally released on his 1998 (UK) studio album Real as I Wanna Be. It was later included on his US compilation album Healing Love (Songs of Inspiration) An official music video has also been released. On April 18, 2014, Richard released a new version as a single in Germanytitled "Schmetterlings-Küsse", sung entirely in German. 3. American R&B singer, and winner of The Voice season two, Jermaine Paul, recorded a version with a music video
- "Shades of Grace"
- April 1997
- 5:38, 5:41-Country Remix
Synopsis A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students’ disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and release it as a work of his own, he loses himself and the film crew following him into his project.
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Apr 19, 2019 · Butterfly Kisses is a fascinating found footage horror movie within a mockumentary The Blair Witch Project premiered 20 years ago, and as I discovered when I recently wrote a story about the...
Butterfly Kisses isn’t a brilliant horror film in the shock factor sense, but it’s a brilliant film about modern horror films. If you thought Kevin Williamson’s “Scream” was meta, just wait until you see the layers at work here. It’s not just self-referential, it’s self-replicating.