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Blue Is the Warmest Color 2013

a.k.a. "La vie d'Adèle"

Adele's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself and ultimately finds herself through love and loss...

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this movie made me feel something i haven't felt in a long of my favorite romances at all.
A powerful movie! Such raw emotions and mind blowing acting!! I would recommend this 100 times over
This movie was so real and raw, and I think it's the kind of movie that I won't forget. It is quite long but let me assure you it's worth it! Adèle proved to be an amazing actress.
At the limit of a p*rn*graphic movie, I won't recommend to those under 16. I would cut some (sex) scenes to reduce the movie length. The first half is from my point of view much better and more interesting than the other one : the first meeting, the time of discovering sexuality, to grow up...
A bit long with unnecessary scenes I think. However, Kechiche and the main actresses did a great job here, I'm happy French movies got more views from the international (I'm French ;p).
@Inspoir i agree.. i even like captions.. if the sound effects or music drown out the dialog, you can read it and not miss any or have to go back and run it again.
@spotflare I speak four languages so usually I don't need subtitles, but before knowing this languages I needed subtitles. Subtitles are great, you learn a bit of that language and MOST important filming is art and I love hearing the original voices and every sound in a film. A film is like a painting made by an artist, why change something that that artist created. I'm european, I'm used to read subtitles. Subtitles are educational and harmless.
@axi0matic i'm hip.. read some bloody fine flicks.. just under th' gun right now - up against th' wall - all that.. i'm antsy to see this one from all y'all's reviews but want to be able to give it my undivided attention.
@spotflare This isn't the type of film you want as a 'background' watch, devote 3 hours of your free time and allow the story to sink in. I've never had a problem with subtitles, since it's always opened me up to far more films than the typical American drivel that we're usually provided, and this one easily goes in my top 20 simply for it's ability to portray the universal experience falling in and out of love in a way I can relate to, even being a straight male. I think the sex scenes were a little longer than necessary although I understand they were meant to solidify the bond shared by Emma and Adele, I do wish they handled them differently, because it would've made this film much easier to recommend to people without hesitating due to it's explicit nature.
@Inspoir absolutely.. i can watch a flick, run music videos, kill meat and cook while continuing to write, but having to read a flick brings everything else to a screeching halt.. it sounds like it's a good flick - hence my disappointment.. i'll get around to it at some point; probably when i'm so exhausted or sick that i can do nothing but sit and read.
@spotflare are you serious?
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