If you enjoy foreign cinema at all you will likely find this mesmerizing. This is a very tender , passionate tale of young love that I found fascinating. It is the soft moments of a love story, the hard moments bringing to the screen. Much has been said about the sex scenes, which are very graphic, however these are entirely relevant to the plot and the furore seems to be about the actors criticising the director for pushing them too far, however, without this pushing this film wouldn't be nearly as good. The sex scenes are unavoidable, exploitative and sickening within the context of the films creation. Awards apart, this movie is neither entertaining nor thought provocative.
Their emotional hardships feel completely real. They are long, hot and explicit. I cannot recommend this film enough to those of you out there who are interested in seeing this. That exact moment when the juices of love are instantly aggressive and the human body seems like a fruit with the heart as a kernel. People may now blame or praise it for the wrong reasons.
You realize just how rare films are that make a sincere attempt to catch what it really is like to fall for someone, without sentimentality, forced cuteness or cheap emotional manipulation. I congratulate the director, Abdellatif Kechiche and the two actresses, Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux for an emotional and spiritual journey that had me compelled to the screen for 179 glorious minutes. Storyline: 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. This year's Palm d'Or winner is a coming of age story about a teenage girl, Adele the literal title in French is The Life of Adele , who discovers her homosexuality and begins a relationship with Emma, a college student. As much that has been written about this film, the acting can not be overstated. After passing a blue-haired girl on the street who catches her eye and an even more confusing, spontaneous and upsetting encounter with a classmate she finds it all to curious and enticing when a close, male friend takes her to a gay bar, she follows some girls to another bar nearby where she sees the blue- haired girl again.
I try to justify them artistically in my mind, and I'm afraid I can't. I started watching with skepticism, but turned out to be the Best of 2013 on par with The Hunt, better than Hunt in terms of the emotions displayed by Adele at her age. The struggles between the two lovers is depicted in breathtaking detail. Adèle'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. That passion is also expressed in about 3 sex scenes, 3 scenes which are quiet honest and direct.
It would be interesting to wonder if a lesbian director instead of a male director would have filmed this story differently, perhaps less explicitly and more subtly. 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. You are watching the movie Blue Is the Warmest Color produced in France, Belgium, Spain belongs in Category Drama, Romance with duration 180 Min , broadcast at 123Movie. It seems that whenever the topic of homosexuality is covered by a film it usually contains some sort of hate crime or bias against homosexuality somewhere in the story that the film's characters have to face and overcome. I liked very much the way in which it describes the birth, maturity and end of a love interest among two young and attractive humans. She is also an actress which made feel empathy for her character.
Synopsis Adèle's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. This movie ranks as one of the best films I've seen this year and am so happy I had a chance to see it. Of the two competition films I saw in Cannes, this was luckily one of them. The fact that Kechiche wrote the adaptation, produced and directed the film, apparently even financed some of it himself tells me all I need to know about his intentions. The movie owes so much of it's emotional power to its two fantastic actresses.
Put the words together and separately, it does not matter actually. My opinion on them: I actually do think they're a bit too graphic, gratuitous and almost pornographic. It feels more real than most films - it feels like more time has past and that we've just felt Adele's growth. I'm a straight male but I couldn't help but feel strongly for the two women during this unconventional love story. Net is absolutely legal and contain only links to other sites on the Internet : dailymotion. The fact that it is about two women who fall for each other is almost secondary to the way the film catches the universality of what it is like to fall in love and maintain the relationship. The film treats the love story, it's personal problems, the passion, but does not handle the problems which can have their family or friends, not in detail.
It seems that whenever the topic of homosexuality is covered by a film it usually contains some sort of hate crime or bias against homosexuality somewhere in the story that the film's characters have to face and overcome. As a teenager in love and disappointed at the same time. Her role is less demanding, but she's still great in it. A short conversation sparks a relationship that carries us through the rest of the film. Buy it, promote it, and insist to people that say they will not watch it that they are lesser humans with no soul. Adèle's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. Nonetheless , its almost impossible to find fault.
If it wasn't for the gay twist, the same storyline with a hetero couple would make people leave the movie at the first 20 minutes. Tunisian born director Abdelatif Kechiche has shown some sensibility in previous movies for instance Games of Love and Chance but this Cannes festival winner feels quite exploitative his previous movie, Black Venus, was also nasty, disappointing and sensationalistic. The intimate scene's between Adele and Emma are nothing short of miraculous in their depth and their honesty. The two women are fantastic and the plot has amusing little french jokes interspersed between the very emotionally demanding relationship that has you gasping at points. Adele is the personification of youth, just in time when it begins to grown.
The actress playing her has a wonderfully expressive face and she needs it for the amount that happens. I would compare many of the scenes in this movie to Tarantino scenes where scenes take on a life of their own. . And from that moment I keep seeing little hearts and stars everywhere. He works on something until he gets it right, and the only time he gets it right is when he feels comfortable with what he has shot. It is just a very detailed picture of a life.