Betty Movie Review 1992

Information and Film Reviews for Betty the Movie

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Sulky, drunken Betty (Trintignant) is doing her best to destroy her bourgeois life, escaping from her marriage into adultery and debasement. She meets the concerned middle-aged widow Laure (Audran), who inexplicably takes her to her hotel room, cleans her up, and spends the remainder of the movie as Betty's sounding-board. Betty's passive personality offers little to explain her appeal to either Laure or the viewer. Based on the novel by Georges Simenon. French with subtitles.

Distribution

New Yorker Video, 16 W. 61st St., 11th Fl., New York, NY 10023, Phone: (212)645-4600, Toll-free: 800-447-0196, Fax: (212)645-3030, Email: info@newyorkerfilms.com, URL: http://www.newyorkerfilms.com

Available on VHS
Running time 103 minutes.
Originally from French.

Cast and Crew

Genres
On the Rocks, Books to Film: Georges Simenon, Women
Screenplay
Claude Chabrol
Cast
Marie Trintignant, Stephane Audran, Jean-Francoise Garreaud, Yves Lambrecht, Christiane Minazolli, Pierre Vernier
Director
Claude Chabrol
Music
Matthieu Chabrol
Producer
Marin Karmitz, MK2

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