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She is the only thing that has made him feel good in life, and he is not willing to part from her.
If there's one thing this film does well, it is the mixture of comedic and tragic scenes which makes it seem such a complete picture.
The sense of impending doom that hangs over Betty and Zorg's passionate and beautiful love affair, is present from the beginning.
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 5 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 6 months ago by SLAPPYWAG1
Great movie,but it is all censored ,way different from the original ,,those movies are ok quality made in Thailand .Published 7 months ago by frank Ever69
Amazing, captivating film. Saw it when it was new - so glad to find it again. Very French in composition and content, which you will either love or hate. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Woodstock '69
Yes, there is that strangely compelling and sometimes intoxicating phenomenon we know as "l'amour fou." [A classic cinematic example is the film noir GUN CRAZY]. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RANDEL
Saw this in the 80s and still revisit it often.
The extra hour of the director's cut may be a bit much for some. If so seek out the shorter 2 hour version.
"Betty Blue" (1986) is directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix (Diva, Moon in the Gutter). This story about two young lovers, Zorg (Jean-Hughes Anglade) and Betty (Beatrice Dalle), comes... Read morePublished 12 months ago by G. Edmonson