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May 27, 2013

BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR / LA VIE D’ADELE (2013) Movie Clips, Poster

Adèle Exarchopoulos Léa Seydoux Blue is the Warmest Colour La vie d’Adèle

Blue is the Warmest Colour Clips, Poster. Abdellatif Kechiche‘s Blue is the Warmest Colour / La vie d’Adèle (2013) movie clips, movie poster stars Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux, Jeremie Laheurte, Catherine Salée, and Aurélien Recoing. Blue is the Warmest Colour‘s plot synopsis: based on the Le Bleu est une couleur chaude by Julie Maroh, “Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a 15-year-old, has no doubt: a girl must date boys. Her life is turned upside down when she meets Emma (Léa Seydoux), a blue-haired young woman, who allows her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and an adult.”

The Blue is the Warmest Colour movie poster:

Blue is the Warmest Colour movie poster

Blue is the Warmest Colour movie poster

La vie d’Adèle‘s critic reception so far:

At Cannes the film shocked some critics with its long and graphic sex scenes and the film may require some editing before it is screened in cinemas. Several critics placed the film as the frontrunner to win the Palme d’Or.

Justin Chang writing for Variety said that the film contains “the most explosively graphic lesbian sex scenes in recent memory”. Jordan Mintzer of the Hollywood Reporter said that despite the film’s 3-hour running time, (it) “is held together by phenomenal turns from Léa Seydoux and newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos, in what is clearly a breakout performance.”

In The Daily Telegraph, Robbie Collin awarded the film a maximum of five stars and tipped it to win the Palme d’Or. He wrote: “Kechiche’s film is three hours long, and the only problem with that running time is that I could have happily watched it for another seven. It is an extraordinary, prolonged popping-candy explosion of pleasure, sadness, anger, lust and hope, and contained within it – although only just – are the two best performances of the festival, from Adèle Exarchopolous and Léa Seydoux.” Writing for The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw added that “it is genuinely passionate film-making” and awarded it four out of five stars. Stephen Garrett of The New York Observer said that the film was “nothing less than a triumph” and “is a major work of sexual awakening”.

On the original title for the film: La Vie d’Adèle is french for “The Life of Adèle”.

Blue is the Warmest Colour also stars Karim Saidi.

Watch the Blue is the Warmest Colour movie clips and leave your thoughts on them and the movie poster below in the comments section. For more Blue is the Warmest Colour photos, videos, and information, visit our Blue is the Warmest Colour Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or “like” us on Facebook. La Vie d’Adèle will be released in French theaters through Sundance Selects on October 9, 2013. Blue is the Warmest Colour has no US theater release date yet.

Source: Imdb, Wikipedia