The Butterfly Effect is a 2004 American science dream mental thriller film that was composed and steered by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber, featuring Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart. The title alludes to the butterfly impact, a well known speculative sample ofchaos hypothesis which shows how little beginning contrasts may prompt substantial unforeseen outcomes about whether. Kutcher plays 20-year-old school understudy Evan Treborn, with Amy Smart as his youth sweetheart Kayleigh Miller, William Lee Scott as her savage sibling Tommy, and Elden Henson as their neighbor Lenny.
Evan discovers he can head out back in time to possess his previous self and to change the present by changing his past practices. Having been the casualty of a few youth traumas bothered by anxiety prompted memory misfortunes, he endeavors to set things a good fit for himself and his companions, yet there are unintended results for all. The film draws vigorously on flashbacks of the characters' lives at ages 7 and 13, and presents a few substitute present-day conclusions as Evan endeavors to change the past, before settling on a last conclusion.