Kriminalistička komedija o dvoje varalica koji se upuste u prijevaru života. Sredovječna Betty (Isabelle Huppert) i njezin tridesetak godina stariji partner Victor (Michel Serrault) par su vrhunskih prevaranata koji upravo "operiraju" u jednoj elitnoj kockarnici. I dok Betty zavađa i uspavljuje bogate igrače, Victor im krade sav novac u hotelskim sobama. Nakon jednog takvog pothvata Betty i Victoru se posreći da u mondenom švicarskom zimovalištu upoznaju Marcela (François Cluzet), blagajnika multinacionalne kompanije koji i sam ima nečasne namjere. Naime, Marcel pokušava prebaciti preko granice kovčeg s pet milijuna švicarskih franaka u čemu će mu, dakako, pomoć ponuditi Betty i Victor"
The 50th film from legendary French New Wave writer and director Claude Chabrol is a typically Hitchcockian comic thriller about a pair of con artists. Up to now, the duo of Betty (Isabelle Huppert) and Victor (Michel Serrault) have contented themselves to small scams at hotel conventions, such as spiking the drink of a gambler, then rolling him for his winnings after he follows the flirtatious Betty back to his room and passes out. It then develops that for the past year, without telling Victor, Betty has been plotting an enormous score involving Maurice (Francois Cluzet), the treasurer of an international corporation, whos planning to abscond with a briefcase containing 5,000,000 Swiss francs in syndicate money. Bettys plan is for Victor to swap an identical briefcase with Maurices and walk away with the jackpot, but Victor becomes suspicious of Bettys solo venture. Is his once-loyal partner betraying him? What about Maurice, whos no fool, and his gangster bosses, who will surely want their money returned? A dizzying array of potential double-crosses muddles the question of whos grifting who in the Betty-Victor-Maurice triangle. Rien ne va plus (1997) screened at several film festivals under the English-language title The Swindle.