1992, France, 103m, DCP

Showtimes & Tickets

Screened April 19–25, 2019

In one of Chabrol’s darkest dramas, Marie Trintignant gives an astonishing performance as Betty, a woman whose alcohol-soaked life has finally fallen to pieces. She is taken under the wing of an older woman (Stéphane Audran) with a similar background, but her benefactress’s sympathies may be misplaced.

In French with English subtitles

A film by Claude Chabrol

Watching [Betty] the same week I saw two conventional Hollywood ‘thrillers’…was like being invited to participate with the depths of my mind, instead of just the shallow surface.”

Roger Ebert

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