Easygoing novelist Zorg and tempestuous Betty fall into an all-consuming relationship, moving from a remote shack to bohemian Paris and back to a dreamy rural town. But as the increasingly erratic Betty’s grip on reality begins to falter, Zorg finds himself willing to do things he never expected.
Jean-Jacques Beineix’s stylish, ultra-erotic film—with an unforgettably fierce debut by Béatrice Dalle—erupted with such a slick new style that a whole movement was named around it (along with the work of Luc Besson & Leos Carax!): Cinéma du look. Shown here in its revitalized director’s cut form.