Blue is the Warmest

 

Was it an Act or Real?

 

The French film “Blue is the Warmest Color” chronicles the life and love of Adele, and this is not about girl singers mind you,  a young French girl from Lille. It shows her struggling with her sexuality as she explores relationships made during high school. It ultimately leads to starting a lesbian relationship with an older artist. They fall in love, and the movie became famous for its graphic sex scenes. The movie won critical acclaim from the Cannes Film Festival, but it was still banned from many countries and conservative places around the world.

 

The ban was put into effect because depicting real sex in movies is so explicit despite being very well done. The movie is moving and beautiful because of the way it portrays a relationship. However, due to the graphic sex scenes, it is a little pornographic. The actresses have also claimed that the director made them repeat the scenes many times to get the right shot. It is clear that the women are actually performing some of the acts because of the camera angles. Of course, it could have been manipulated, but that is highly unlikely given the reputation of French cinema where nothing is ever held back. Ultimately, the women in the movie do an incredible job of showing what it is like to be in love and have sex while in a lesbian relationship. Many argued that it was not very realistic in the way it was approached, but others enjoyed its interpretation when it comes to sex.