Betty Blue - The Director's Cut

Cast & Crew - Jean Hugues Anglade - Beatrice Dalle


Betty Blue - Beatrice Dalle
Rebellious. Passionate. Gifted. Beautiful. Béatrice Dalle could be a mix of some artist from many centuries ago and a rock star. Discovered in Betty Blue, Dalle has become a sex symbol and a respected performer. Known for her problems with justice, her relationships with rapper Joey Starr and her explicit talking, Béatrice Dalle is anyway starring in many independent works of art such as Belle histoire, La (The Beautiful Story) by Claude Lelouch, À la folie ("Six days, Six nights") alongside Anne Parillaud, Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard ("17 times Cecile Cassard") with Romain Duris or Trouble Every Day with Vincent Gallo.


Zorg - Jean-Hugues Anglade
Sensual, ambiguous, ultra sensitive French performer Jean-Hugues Anglade always had a reputation of intense and passionate actor. Any role, any language, Anglade seems to be able to do anything. From appearing integrally naked alongside Béatrice Dalle in "37.2 degrees in the morning", to playing an homosexual role in "The Wounded Man", from portraying the king of France in "Queen Margot", to playing a Canadian cop alongside Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke in "Taking Lives", from playing Anne Parillaud's lover in "Nikita", to showing the 40-years-old-men crisis. Now Anglade is an established actor, a respected artist and man, who can come over the drama of his childhood.

Complete Cast:

Betty - Béatrice Dalle
Zorg - Jean-Hugues Anglade
Lisa - Consuelo de Haviland
Eddy - Gérard Darmon
Annie - Clémentine Célarié
Bob - Jacques Mathou
Owner - Claude Confortes
Gynéco éditeur - Philippe Laudenbach
Richard - Policeman - Vincent Lindon
Old policeman - Raoul Billeray
Doctor - Claude Aufaure
Old Georges - André Julien
Maria - Nathalie Dalya
Mario - Louis Bellanti
Tenant 2 - Bernard Robin
Little Nicolas - Nicolas Jalowyj

Production Credits:

Gaumont presents a Constellation / Cargo Films co-production.

Director - Jean-Jacques Beineix
Producers - Claudie Ossard - Jean-Jacques Beineix

Adaptation - Jean-Jacques Beineix
(from the novel by Philippe Djian – Ed. B. Barrault

Original Soundtrack - Gabriel Yared (© Cargo Films (p) Yad Music)

Cinematographer - Jean-François Robin
Sound - Pierre Befve
Set Designer - Carlos Conti

Editor - Monique Prim

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