Fourteen-year-old Nora (Lena Urzendowsky) drifts in the slipstream of her cooler, older sister Jule (Lena Klenke). With their mother wedded to alcohol and largely absent from the lives of her two children, the girls are each other’s support system. But over the course of the languid, super-heated summer of 2018, Nora begins to realise that she can’t shape herself into her sister’s image. Her route to adulthood is her own journey: her first period, first love and first heartbreak are moments which all contribute to the person she will become. As the title suggests, this appealing lesbian coming of age drama leans on butterfly symbolism and metaphors of transformation and rebirth. Still, Leonie Krippendorff’s feature debut feels fresh and authentic, both in terms of the performances, and in the film’s restless sense of place, the culturally mixed Kreuzberg neighbourhood of Kottbusser Tor….extract review by Wendy Ide 21 Feb.2020 ScreenDaily