Directed By Claude Chabrol

Directed By Claude Chabrol

A founding filmmaker of the French New Wave, Chabrol has been called France’s answer to Hitchcock. One of the most prolific and technically skilled of his contemporaries, his interest in suspenseful dramas centering on the lives and stories of women is apparent in films like "Betty" and "The Swindle".

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Directed By Claude Chabrol
  • Betty

    "Slow, deliberate, exceedingly strange." - The New York Times

    "Disturbing, compelling, and very smart stuff." - Entertainment Weekly

    Alone and drunk, Betty, is led to a Paris restaurant by a stranger. Here, she meets an older woman, Laure, with whom she strikes up an instant rapport. The two wo...

  • The Swindle

    "The work of old pros who enjoy what they are doing and do it extraordinarily well." - San Francisco Chronicle

    Betty and Victor tour quietly around France in their motor home living safely on part-time swindles…until they become involved in a scam with high stakes and international implications....