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    Adèle Exarchopoulos Addresses the 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Controversy and the Film's Sex Scenes

    Relative newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos was the belle of Cannes this year for her breakthrough and baring turn in "Blue is the Warmest Color." Her performance opposite Léa Seydoux as a teenager coming to grips with her homosexuality was so strong, it caused the Jury, led by Steven Spielberg, to award ...

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    'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Contains Graphic Lesbian Sex, But What's It Really About? Director Abdellatif Kechiche Explains Himself

    Four and a half months after Cannes, Kechiche sat down for an interview in a downtown Manhattan hotel looking the opposite of his celebratory Cannes moment. He was dead serious, reserved and seemingly afraid to offer beyond a few words of insight about his movie at a time. More than anything else, K...

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    Abdellatif Kechiche Corrects the Record On Lesbian Drama 'Blue Is the Warmest Color': The Film Should Be Released

    In an interview with Indiewire today ahead of the movie's appearance at the New York Film Festival, Kechiche put it bluntly: Of course he wants the movie released.

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    Adèle Exarchopoulos Addresses the 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Daily Beast Controversy and the Film's Sex Scenes

    Relative newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos was the belle of Cannes this year for her breakthrough and baring turn in "Blue is the Warmest Color." Her performance opposite Léa Seydoux as a teenager coming to grips with her homosexuality was so strong it caused the Jury, led by Steven Spielberg, to award t...

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    Cannes: Lesbian Coming-of-Age Epic 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Offers Honest, Sexually Frank Insights

    The first sex scene in "Blue Is the Warmest Color," Abdellatif Kechiche's French coming-of-age drama about a young lesbian couple, lasts longer than any other sequence in the movie. To dwell on its length, however, shortchanges its relevance to this three-hour-long feature. After a brief heterosexua...

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