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discuss: blue is the warmest color trailer

because lea seydoux is the coolest pixie.

by: steff yotka

September 20 2013

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In case you're not up to date with French indie films, let me get you up to speed. 

Blue is the Warmest Color is a film that premiered at Cannes this May and won the festival's highest honor, the Palme d'Or. Starring Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos, the movie chronicles the romance between 15 year-old Adele, played by Exarchopoulos, and Seydoux' character, an intriguing blue haired college student named Emma. The two girls have a tumultuous love affair that cycles quickly between dreamy picnics, dramatic fights, and a very steamy sex scene that earned the film an NC-17 rating in the US. 

We haven't seen the flick yet, but based on the Beach House-scored trailer and the Coppola-esque cinematography we think this isn't one you'll want to miss--just save yourself the embarrassment and don't go see it with your dad. 
 

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