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Condition Bettie Blue

From: B. Culpepper <>
Date: Tue 02 Nov 1999 - 14:10:22 PST


You've stumbled on to my biggest JBC secret. I had the same weird discovery one night as well many years ago. Since the JBC plays constantly in the back of my mind, I snapped into hyper-reality when I heard both lines from Betty Blue as I watched. Zoiks! I mentioned this to Pat and he admitted that it was a favorite movie of his. It would also be a favorite movie of mine had I not lived a similar plot with a beautiful psychopath. The movie was a little too close to reality for me, but an excellent movie nonetheless. And Beatrice is MUCH better in Bettie Blue than in Night On Earth.

Now if I could only find the samples from "Bubonic Plague" I'd be one happy drunkard.

MAD Brody.

  • Not Winnipeg Fast Eddy <> wrote:
    > Hi,
    > I just wanted to share with you something i just
    > came across, Whilst watching A
    > copy of Betty Blue (37°2 le matin), a film i'd not
    > seen since before Cult of the
    > Basement was released. I now know where the sample
    > at the beginning of Girl
    > Go[Tu as vu toutes les étoiles?] Comes from , those
    > words were uttered by the
    > lovely Béatrice Dalle who plays Betty in the Film
    > and who many of you
    > (especially the Americans) might know better as the
    > Blind Girl in the Paris
    > section of the Jim Jarmusch's film A Night On Earth.
    > Anyway, I thought i'd
    > mention it as i get very excited whenever there is a
    > connection between two of
    > my loves (JBC & Béatrice Dalle in this case).
    > --
    > " Doubt is not a pleasant state of mind, but
    > certainty is absurd"
    > Voltaire

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