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Blue Is the Warmest Color NC-17

2013 ▪ Drama ▪ 187 Minutes

Directed by Abdel Kechiche. Starring Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux, Jeremie Laheurte, Catherine Salée, and Aurélien Recoing.

A 15-year-old finds her naïve perceptions of human sexuality challenged upon meeting a blue-haired student who encourages her to assert her individuality in director Abdel Kechiche's deeply perceptive drama. Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos) is in the midst of a sexual awakening when a handsome male classmate strives to catch her attention. Meanwhile, Adèle's daydreams keep drifting back to Emma (Léa Seydoux), a worldly art student she ran into on the street. Later, when Adèle and Emma forge an actual connection, the uncertain younger teen discovers a side of herself that she's never known, becoming increasingly comfortable in her own skin despite the reactions of her close-minded classmates. Blue Is the Warmest Color was the recipient of the prestigious Palme d' Or at the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival.

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by mackenziewilson1
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by dbcrawfd
on 3/30/14

Emotionally intense. When passion trumps loyalty and judgment is not adequately nuanced, loneliness and sadness are left.

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by kriskarcher
on 3/ 8/14

Fucking Beautiful

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by Pepa22
on 1/21/14

It is a brave, raw, and intimate portrayal of love lost. The performances are amazing!

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by mackenziewilson
on 1/19/14

By far one of the BEST movies I have seen. The acting was phenomenal amongst everything else.

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by caros
on 12/13/13

Great script destroyed by too long and exploitative sex scenes. A real shame

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