Roger Ebert This message came to me from a reader named Peter Svensland. Further information: This is a yet another French film starring Dominique Pinon! There is an interesting blog post about the book here. Comedy 85 mins Director: Cheryl Dunye. And does it warrant this inflation into a VLF?
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Review: Betty Blue
This is not altogether a bad thing. We've noticed you're adblocking. Nothing as great as this though, a bona-fide world cinema classic. Jean-Jacques Beineix, who had arguably kicked of this generation of French cinema chic with Diva a few years earlier, does a fine job telling this story, creating impressive visual tableaux and balancing the doomed romance, the tragedy and the humour expertly. Unfortunately this comically convincing disguise is used again in a tragic scene towards the end of the film.
Review: Betty Blue ()
Patrick Gamble Reviews. There is an interesting blog post about the book here. Many unkind viewers chalked this down at the time to Beineix's latent misogyny, or his essential indifference towards the woman's viewpoint in this story — an indifference which slowly hollows out the film, despite the raw, remarkable performance from Dalle. Previous Next Show Grid. Fuelled by her love for Zorg, Betty takes it upon herself to type up a novel he has written and attempts to get it published.
Zorg is a repairman in his mid-thirties who lives a relatively dull life in a remote, weathered shack until he meets Betty, a sexy, mercurial younger woman who challenges his way of thinking and forces him to change his life. Marco Ferreri's provocative and controversial satire about four friends who retreat to a country mansion with the intention of eating themselves to death. Melodrama 83 mins Director: Carine Adler. In November , Dalle was arrested for shoplifting a necklace, which she attempted to conceal in her thigh-high boots, and given a six-month suspended sentence. In fact, the biggest laughs throughout are generally bittersweet. This is the way typing is thought about by people who always use yellow legal pads themselves. Drama 95 mins Director: Eric Rohmer.