Betty Blue
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Mark

Dark, not for everyone but beautifully made - filled with terrific performances. And a film score for the ages

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michael

godawful

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Ivan

A haunting film. Beautiful score. European cool.

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Dylan

I first watched Betty Blue as a young teen (or tween?) on a rented VHS in the 1980s, and it made me feel super-cool. A French film, sexy and disturbing, with a lovely musical score. Béatrice Dalle was stunningly beautiful, and Jean-Hugues Anglade a first-rate actor. Now on HD for the first ...Read more

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