Betty

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1992
  • Running time: 103 min
A beautiful, drunken, and promiscuous girl (Marie Trintignant) ends a disastrous evening at The Hole, a bar catering to the twisted and outcast. There she meets the recently widowed Laure (Stéphane Audran), an elegant retiree who lives alone in a luxury hotel. read more

A beautiful, drunken, and promiscuous girl (Marie Trintignant) ends a disastrous evening at The Hole, a bar catering to the twisted and outcast. There she meets the recently widowed Laure (Stéphane Audran), an elegant retiree who lives alone in a luxury hotel. Laure takes Betty under her wing. Gradually, details of Betty's sad, sordid and, at times, sinister story of betrayal and self-destruction unfold in flashbacks as the women's relationship evolves into a lethal game of cat-and-mouse. Adapted from the novel by Georges Simenon, Betty shares many of the themes that made Chabrol's superb Les Biches (1968, starring Audran and Jean-Lous Trintignant) so erotically suspenseful...and Hitchcockian: The exchange of identity and guilt between two women of different ages, both in love with the same man.

Original Release

02/19/1992

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