Betty Blue Blu Ray

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One of the most iconic films int he history of French cinema arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray in a deluxe box set. A landmark in French Cinema Jean-Jacques Beineix's erotically charged and visually intoxicating film also heralded the arrival of a new screen icon Beatrice Dalle. Laid-back handyman Zorg spends his time doing odd jobs on beach-front chalets making chilli and harbouring dreams of becoming a writer. His life is turned upside down with the arrival of a beautiful but volatile Betty. They begin a romance fuelled by intense passion but as Betty turns increasingly... violent and self-destructive Zorg tries desperately to halt her slide into insanity. Special Features: 'The Making of Betty Blue' - A Second Sight Produced Documentary Featuring new Interviews with Jean-Jacques Beineix Beatrice Dalle Jean Hughes Anglade Claudie Ossard Gabriel Yared Jean-Francois Robin Beatrice Dalle Screen Tests [show more]

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25 November 2013
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Second Sight 
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Jean-Jacques Beineix directs this French drama starring Beatrice Dalle and Jean-Hughes Anglade. Betty (Dalle) and Zorg (Anglade) have a passionate, if somewhat unconventional, relationship. When Betty discovers Zorg's half-written novel she burns his house down and forces him to go to Paris with her in search of fame. There they team up with another couple, who own a pizza restaurant, before continuing their journey south, where Betty begins her tragic demise into madness and eventual death.

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