Betty Blue


Release Date 1986-04-09
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Betty Blue

Betty Blue is a 1986 French film. Its original French title is 37°2 le matin, which means "37.2°C in the Morning". The film was directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix and stars Béatrice Dalle and Jean-Hugues Anglade. It is based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Philippe Djian. The film had 3,632,326 admissions and was the eighth highest grossing film of the year in France. The film received both a BAFTA and Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film in 1986, as well as winning a César Award for Best Poster. In 1992 it was awarded the Golden Space Needle of the Seattle International Film Festival. In 2005 a director's cut was issued, with about an hour of extra footage.

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Actors & Characters

Jean-Hugues Anglade Jean-Hugues Anglade Zorg Zorg
Béatrice Dalle Béatrice Dalle Betty Betty
Gérard Darmon Gérard Darmon Eddy Eddy
Consuelo De Haviland Consuelo De Haviland Lisa Lisa
Clémentine Célarié Clémentine Célarié Annie Annie
Jacques Mathou Jacques Mathou Bob Bob
Vincent Lindon Vincent Lindon Richard le jeune policier Richard le jeune policier
Jean-Pierre Bisson Jean-Pierre Bisson Le commissaire Le commissaire
Dominique Pinon Dominique Pinon Le dealer Le dealer
Bernard Hug Bernard Hug


Jean-François Robin Cinematography
Jean-Jacques Beineix Director
Monique Prim Editor
Marie-Aimée Debril Editor
Pablo Ferro Editor
Gabriel Yared Music
Jean-Jacques Beineix Producer
Claudie Ossard Producer
Jean-Jacques Beineix Writer