1. La Vie d’Adèle

    Blue is the warmest color

    This film tells a story with images/bodies/eyes/touches/impressions… more than with words.

    This film is one of those that move you… in every possible way. And it confronts you, with yourself. Because she is you, but you’re not her. Her struggle is your struggle.

    This film shows you what you most desire but also what you fear the most.

    Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux impress you… in every possible way

     
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    Just saw Blue is the Warmest Color, which might be the best exploration of queer sexuality and identity I’ve ever seen....
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    I want to go see this movie so so so so so so bad
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    ^
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