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Posted October 1, 2010
Great view in the eyes of our Bettie...
I believe that this will be a new era for Bettie Page. She's been hidden for so long, but now so many people want to know more about her and this film certainly helps. It shows a bit about a her childhood and shows a couple hardships she had to go through, but once she gets to New York, she becomes the Bettie we all know and love. She went through the bondage stage and then came to Bunny Yeager, the woman who seemed to redeem her from the failing business and made her a real icon. Today, however, her whereabouts are still unknown, but she's somewhere in Tennnessee and I'm sure she's watched the film. Just makes you wonder: what does she think? Towards the end of the movie, it moves heavily into Christianity, the route she took after her posing. Unfortunately, there was only one small clip of Bettie in the Special Features of a strip, but nothing else. No audio interview or anything. A little disappointing in that catagory, but a well-rounded film worth your time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.