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Blue Is the Warmest Color is a French film written, produced and directed by Abdellatif Kechiche and released in 2013. The movie's in French is La Vie d'Adèle – "The Life of Adèle". It won the Palme d'Or – the top prize - at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. In an unusual for Cannes, the prize was given to the two actors as well as the director. The movie is a love story about the between a 15-year-old girl, Adele ( by Adele Exarchopoulos), and her older lover Emma – a blue-haired woman, played by Lea Seydoux. Adele has no that a girl must date boys. However, her life is turned down when she meets Emma, who allows her to discover desire and to herself as a woman and an adult.

The movie was filmed in 2012 on a of €4 million and took five months to complete. The film shocked some critics at Cannes with its long and graphic sex scenes. Justin Chang writing for "Variety" said that the film contains, "the most graphic sex scenes in recent memory". Robbie Collin of "The Daily Telegraph" wrote: "Kechiche’s film is three hours long, and the only problem with that time is that I could have watched it for another seven. It is an extraordinary, prolonged, popping-candy explosion of , sadness, anger, lust and hope." Steven Spielberg : "The film is a great love story that made all of us feel to be a on the wall, to see this story of deep love and deep heartbreak from the beginning."



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