When Betty is caught en flagrante, her bourgeois in-laws and husband force a divorce settlement upon her and bar her from seeing her two daughters. She is rescued from an alcoholic stupor by Laure, a middle-aged woman who takes Betty to her hotel lodgings, extends friendship and care, and listens to her story. Laure's lover, Mario, the proprietor of the bar where Betty and Laure met, is first a friend, then Betty's next conquest.
- Stars:Marie Trintignant, Stéphane Audran, Jean-François Garreaud, Yves Lambrecht, Christiane Minazzoli, Pierre Vernier, Nathalie Kousnetzoff, Pierre Martot, Thomas Chabrol, Yves Verhoeven, Henri Attal, Coco Bakonyi, Emmanuelle Bataille, Antoine Blanquefort, Mélanie Blatt,
- Director:Claude Chabrol,
- Writer:Claude Chabrol, Georges Simenon (novel)
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Betty torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: As esoteric as any movie could ever be, and if you happen to belong to the small contingent of people who'll get the joke, you're going to love it.
(jp) wrote: This movie is wrapped around a lot of tits and killing. What more can you ask for. It is a B movie so you'll have to stick with it.
(mx) wrote: A prime example of a film that--- through moving and layered performances, confident direction, and a wonderuful screenplay--- transcends the cliches of its genre. This film will move you at every turn.
(us) wrote: it's been a while since i have seen this but i liked it sam rockwell is something else lol
(jp) wrote: If you're a fan of the View Askewniverse this movie is essential viewing as it ties in all the former movies with all the same actors/characters. The cameos are amazing, the lines are classics by this point, and I feel it's only gotten better with age. So much better than that shitslopper Dogma.
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(ru) wrote: sooo bad I couldn't finish it
(gb) wrote: You can see where Eddy gets his influence from.
(es) wrote: hilarious, gotta love matt dillon!
(ca) wrote: Susan Sarandon washing her bare chest with lemons in front of a window....
(jp) wrote: A slick and pretty cool 70s heist / coup thriller featuring the always great Walter Matthau. I would not be surprised at all if this film is high on Tarantino's list of favourite films. It is pretty pulp, quirky and just downright fashionable. Yet, there are a few flaws in the film. The cast, apart from the lead is very weak and it lacks any interesting antagonist or sidekick characters and therefore, Matthau has to carry much of this himself, with his dead-pan humour and leftfield approach to acting, but that does cut it I think. A lot of the film's appeal for me, comes from the 70s style of filmmaking, the colours, the clothes, the locations, the nudity etc. Then again, I am not sure whether this is a sign of the film maker's merit or just the era and genre that I like in general. The films ends with so many twists, it could be a documentary on knot-making but throughout the film, despite hints of something deeper going on, there are not a lot of surprises and interesting things going on. All in all, a solid b-movie for lovers of classic pulp and the 1970s, but as a film, it is kind of one-dimensional but a great outing for the amazing and loveable Walter Matthau.
(jp) wrote: Dear [email protected]
@a Bit.. with the f....d up fro, When you get your first and only career opportunity at the Beauty Shop(with your lack of degree from Grambling) don't go running to the first uppity black guy after Ice Cube slaps you up side yo face for being overly PC.