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Several critics placed the film as the front-runner to win the Palme d'Or and it went on to win the coveted prize. The judging panel, which included Steven Spielberg , Ang Lee and Nicole Kidman , made an unprecedented move to award the top prize to the film's two main actresses along with the director.

Jury president Spielberg explained: "The film is a great love story that made all of us feel privileged to be a fly on the wall, to see this story of deep love and deep heartbreak evolve from the beginning.

The director did not put any constraints on the narrative and we were absolutely spellbound by the amazing performances of the two actresses, and especially the way the director observed his characters and just let the characters breathe.

During filming, she had to re-dye her hair every day for continuity, and many times it was director, Abdellatif Kechiche , who did her color himself.

The walk-by scene took takes. The book's author Julie Maroh was very supportive of the film's production and praised Abdellatif Kechiche with his originality; however, she wasn't pleased with the sex scenes and felt that they failed to capture the lesbian heart of the story.

The first film adaption of a graphic novel to win the Palme D'Or. Over hours of footage was shot. According to Abdellatif Kechiche , he had originally agreed, in writing, to deliver a 2-hour film.

He subsequently showed the producers two different cuts of the film, and all parties agreed that the longer version was better. Initially planned to be shot in two months, the film took nearly five-and-a-half months.

Adele appears in every scene. Coincidentally, the very day the film won the Palme d'Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival 26 May , same-sex marriage was legalized in France.

The original French title also has a subtitle, "Chapters 1 and 2". Adele said that the first scene she shot with Seydoux was her dream sequence and she laughed at the humorous absurdity of meeting someone for the first time naked.

She laughed upon seeing Lea approaching her bed without her clothes on but she said that it helped them to break the ice and to establish a comfort level that will make them trust each other in intimate scenes where they feel most vulnerable.

Abdellatif Kechiche also used this scene to test Seydoux's commitment to the role and to also forge a complicity between the actresses. Abdellatif Kechiche felt that Seydoux "shared her character's beauty, voice, intelligence and freedom" and that she has "something of an Arabic soul".

He was subsequently added to the movie and also contributed his music on the soundtrack. She explained further that Kechiche gravitates to unknown actors and actresses and that there has to be a deeper reason why he did his unprecedented move of casting a more known actress for his film.

Abdellatif Kechiche developed the premise for Blue Is the Warmest Colour while directing his second feature film, L'esquive He met teachers "who felt very strongly about reading, painting, writing" and it inspired him to develop a script which charts the personal life and career of a female French teacher.

However, the concept was only finalised a few years later when Kechiche chanced upon Julie Maroh's graphic novel, and he saw how he could link his screenplay about a school teacher with Maroh's love story between two young women.

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Archived from the original on 2 February Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 12 October Abdel Kechiche Screenwriter. Ghalia Lacroix Screenwriter.

Olivier Thery-Lapiney Producer. Laurence Clerc Producer. Abdel Kechiche Executive Producer. Vincent Maraval Executive Producer. Brahim Chioua Executive Producer.

Sofian El Fani Cinematographer. Albertine Lastera Film Editor. November 8, Rating: 3. November 7, Rating: 3. June 19, Full Review….

April 15, Full Review…. August 29, Full Review…. August 27, Rating: C Full Review…. August 7, Full Review….

View All Critic Reviews Oct 18, It's a 3 hour lesbian romance that drastically needs some serious editing. Marcus W Super Reviewer.

Oct 11, A young girl falls for another woman. Adele Exarchopoulos's face is one of the most expressive I've seen on an actress in a very long time.

She has the capability of rendering an entire film's worth of character motivation and contradiction in a single close-up, and her leading lady, Lea Seydoux, is a fitting and remarkable complement.

The performances in Blue Is the Warmest Color are the highlights of the film, and to watch this acting master class is a thrill in and of itself.

The story isn't much to write about. A woman tries men, falls for a woman, the relationship encounters difficulty, the end. It's all as one might predict, but that doesn't mean that the variances of individuality don't give the film a vitality and spark that is absent from many modern-day romances.

Overall, good acting is sometimes enough to make a good film. Jim H Super Reviewer. Sep 29, Blue is the Warmest Color triumphantly revealed love in the extremes, both in its beauty and in its monstrosity.

It was powerful and gripping in its honesty and fearlessness. Maymay A Super Reviewer. Sep 10, There are immeasurable reasons this French romance drama film has received a great deal of critical acclaim.

One can look to the themes expressed in the film, such as prejudices, social class, self-discovery, and the emotional turmoil of a relationship-particularly when it is your first.

Others can look to the gorgeous cinematography and artistry of the film, filled with dense metaphors-and yes, of course blue is heavily symbolic.

Yet, what makes Blue is the Warmest Color so heartfelt is its delicate sense of realism and truthfulness. It is the tale of Adele's first love for another girl, Emma, and the progression of their relationship over several years.

Their relationship evolves with beautiful tenderness, sexual passion, and ultimately, the tumultuousness that comes with true love. Is it a poignantly masterful film that deserves to be watched by all, whether part of the LGBT community or not.

DA Z Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Adele: I miss you. I miss not touching each other. Not seeing each other, not breathing in each other.

I want you. All the time. No one else. Emma: "I have infinite tenderness for you, and I will my whole life Adele: You don't love me anymore?

Emma: Why are you lying? Adele: I'm not lying. Emma: Then why are you crying? Adele: I'm not crying.

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Palme d'Or Top. European Movies. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Antoine Mona Walravens Lise Alma Jodorowsky Thomas Anne Loiret Valentin Fanny Maurin Laetitia Samir Bella Taglines: Blazingly emotional and explosively sexy.

Edit Did You Know? However, the film was deemed ineligible by the Academy Awards due to its late release in France. Goofs In the movie, Adele notes that her name means "justice" in Arabic.

However, Adele does not have Arabic origins, but rather Germanic origins. There is an Arabic name "Adel", which does mean justice and does not have a female equivalent which may have led to the confusion.

During her date with Thomas, she is hesitant and resists him when he tries to physically warm up to her in the movie theater.

Although she kisses him back, she is clearly unmoved by him. Adele denies their claims and walks on with Thomas following her.

When he asks her if she was avoiding him, she kisses him to deny this. She unwittingly conforms to the peer pressure of being a heterosexual teenage girl by having sex with and thereby losing her virginity to Thomas.

She is clearly disconnected and disinterested the whole time. She realizes that she was clearly dissatisfied with the experience and remains indifferent to him.

Valentin urges her to stop torturing herself. Adele ends things with Thomas who is left bitter by this. While Adele is sitting and contemplating, she is joined by one of her female friends who is shown wearing blue nail paint and blue rings.

The symbolism here is hard to miss. Her friend flirts with Adele and then kisses her. Adele is visibly flushed and feels an excitement run through her.

Adele discovers an alternate world when Valentin takes her to a gay bar where she witnesses men kissing each other in apparent abandon.

Feeling out of place there she notices and then follows a group of women to a lesbian bar. She is startled to see female couples kissing each other in reckless abandon and the atmosphere of freedom.

There she again runs into the blue-haired girl whose name is Emma, a fine arts student and they have a short conversation. Emma goes to meet Adele at her school.

They sit on a bench and talk; they discuss Sartre. Emma says how his philosophy helped her in finding her freedom and asserting her values.

The question of identity emerges here as Emma captures a side of Adele which is hidden and mysterious. This scene is significant because it represents the homophobia prevalent in a supposedly multicultural France.

In their next meeting, it is Adele who takes the first step and kisses Emma. They both break into smiles, a moment confirming the beginning of their relationship.

They engage in wildly passionate lovemaking and the scene which captures their rapture is filled with warm hues. Adele metaphorically bids goodbye to her childhood in her birthday scene coinciding with the start of a new chapter in her life.

She dances sensuously revealing a side of hers which is usually buried. She is left seemingly uneasy in the presence of highly accomplished individuals whose conversations on intellectual subjects she could only witness without participating in them herself.

Laurence Clerc Producer. Abdel Kechiche Executive Producer. Vincent Maraval Executive Producer. Brahim Chioua Executive Producer. Sofian El Fani Cinematographer.

Albertine Lastera Film Editor. November 8, Rating: 3. November 7, Rating: 3. June 19, Full Review…. April 15, Full Review…. August 29, Full Review….

August 27, Rating: C Full Review…. August 7, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Oct 18, It's a 3 hour lesbian romance that drastically needs some serious editing.

Marcus W Super Reviewer. Oct 11, A young girl falls for another woman. Adele Exarchopoulos's face is one of the most expressive I've seen on an actress in a very long time.

She has the capability of rendering an entire film's worth of character motivation and contradiction in a single close-up, and her leading lady, Lea Seydoux, is a fitting and remarkable complement.

The performances in Blue Is the Warmest Color are the highlights of the film, and to watch this acting master class is a thrill in and of itself.

The story isn't much to write about. A woman tries men, falls for a woman, the relationship encounters difficulty, the end. It's all as one might predict, but that doesn't mean that the variances of individuality don't give the film a vitality and spark that is absent from many modern-day romances.

Overall, good acting is sometimes enough to make a good film. Jim H Super Reviewer. Sep 29, Blue is the Warmest Color triumphantly revealed love in the extremes, both in its beauty and in its monstrosity.

It was powerful and gripping in its honesty and fearlessness. Maymay A Super Reviewer. Sep 10, There are immeasurable reasons this French romance drama film has received a great deal of critical acclaim.

One can look to the themes expressed in the film, such as prejudices, social class, self-discovery, and the emotional turmoil of a relationship-particularly when it is your first.

Others can look to the gorgeous cinematography and artistry of the film, filled with dense metaphors-and yes, of course blue is heavily symbolic.

Yet, what makes Blue is the Warmest Color so heartfelt is its delicate sense of realism and truthfulness. It is the tale of Adele's first love for another girl, Emma, and the progression of their relationship over several years.

Their relationship evolves with beautiful tenderness, sexual passion, and ultimately, the tumultuousness that comes with true love.

Is it a poignantly masterful film that deserves to be watched by all, whether part of the LGBT community or not. DA Z Super Reviewer.

See all Audience reviews. Adele: I miss you. I miss not touching each other. Not seeing each other, not breathing in each other.

I want you. All the time. No one else. Emma: "I have infinite tenderness for you, and I will my whole life Adele: You don't love me anymore?

Emma: Why are you lying? Adele: I'm not lying. Emma: Then why are you crying? Adele: I'm not crying. View All Quotes.

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