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A French cult classic, Betty Blue (37ø2 le matin) was an international smash when released in 1986. Directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix (Diva) and featuring an indelible screen debut by Batrice Dalle, Betty Blue hypnotized audiences with its uninhibited sexuality and all-consuming vision of amour fou that defined youthful passion for an entire generation. An intimate portrayal of obsessive love, Betty Blue is the story of Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade), an aspiring novelist who gets by as a handyman and Betty (Dalle), a beautiful, unpredictable temptress who turns his life upside down. As Betty's mental state turns dark, Zorg desperately attempts to comfort her. Even when ensconced in a dreamy rural town, Betty's fantasy world encroaches on her reality as she slowly spirals out of control.
LOved this film! This one stays with you for several days, it has that kind of presencePublished 2 months ago by Donna Dellavalle
This is a Movie about Finding True Love and the Sacrifices that come along with it and making Difficult Choices!!!!! It is Funny,Loving,Tragic and Heartbreaking!!!!!!!!!!!Published 3 months ago by wendywen1
Possibly the best film about growing into adulthood ever made. Gorgeous camera shots, wholly convincing acting and à hurricane rollercoaster of à script. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alexander Macallister
I saw Betty Blue on it's initial release back in '86. Luckily there was an art theater that did play independent and foreign films that the bigger corporate multi-plexs would never... Read morePublished 10 months ago by SLAPPYWAG1