Christ Almighty, this film is brutal…
I don’t think I’ve felt this drained by any movie that didn’t feature a single firearm or a car chase.
You’ve probably heard of it; it made a big splash at Cannes in 2013 for all the right and wrong reasons.
Right: it was a love story that was as raw as an open wound. (Yes, it was)
Wrong: some of the sex scenes sailed pretty damn close to hardcore pornography (No, they didn’t… Welllllll, maybe.)
Yes, the sex scenes were pretty full on, but to be honest they weren’t the films standout feature. What really worked for me was the superb acting from the two leads, Adèle Exarchopoulos (genius!) and Léa Seydoux Continue reading “Film review: Blue is the Warmest Colour”