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Alias Betty works both as a gripping thriller and as a precisely drawn character study.
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A pleasant enough valentine to Rendell's The Tree of Hands, if a story that deals with child abuse and sexual obsession could be described in those terms.
Understated, elegant meditation on motherhood, obligation and coincidence, all wrapped up in the form of an urban thriller.
The story pulls us in almost immediately -- and the style and cast keep us hooked.
Miller tells this very compelling tale with little fuss or noise, expertly plucking tension from quiet.
A provocative movie about loss, anger, greed, jealousy, sickness and love.
Cold, pretentious, thoroughly dislikable study in sociopathy.
Mezcla de serie negra "a la francesa" con estudio sórdido sobre la maternidad, Betty Fisher posee la estructura cinematográfica que debe tener una película que entrecruza historias como si fueran piezas de un collage que, al final, se juntan.
A captivating story.
Like a Tarantino movie with heart, Alias Betty is richly detailed, deftly executed and utterly absorbing.
This is pretty dicey material. But some unexpected zigs and zags help.
An ingenious and often harrowing look at damaged people and how families can offer either despair or consolation.
Miller is playing so free with emotions, and the fact that children are hostages to fortune, that he makes the audience hostage to his swaggering affectation of seriousness.
A lot of people didn't like this one eh? Hmmm..interesting. This is the French attempt at pulling off the multiple story lines intersecting into one. And I think it works.
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