568eeb4e9f3231 As a cisgender woman, this movie is hard to watch. The protagonist's character development is largely based on her sexual encounters with men, and the main subject of the film — what it means to be a color — does not resonate with me.

This film is very difficult and contains some disturbing scene in which the protagonist (a lesbian) is raped by a man and subsequently commits suicide. It's not something I'm open about seeing, but someone who might want to see it should be able to do so without too much harm. If you're willing, check out this movie for educational purposes only! It has such an interesting plot that deserves some credit for that alone.

The movie is about a girl who falls in love with another girl. She is confused, she tries to find out what it means to be gay. Then she goes through discrimination, violence and so on...

It's Really A Beautiful Movie. Everybody Should Watch It. But I'm Afraid To Tell You The Ending....

Blue is the Warmest Color (French: Le Rouge Est La Plus Chaude) is a 2013 French drama film written and directed by Abdellatif Kechiche. The film premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It was screened out of competition at the 74th Venice International Film Festival in September 2013, where it was nominated for Best Actress for Adèle Exarchopoulos, and won numerous festival awards. Exarchopoulos also won an Academy Award for Best Actress in February 2014, becoming the first woman to win an Oscar in five consecutive years.The film was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

The film was nominated for the Palme d'Or and won:"Blue is the Warmest Color" received generally positive reviews from critics and earned a 96% approval rating on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes. Metacritic, another website that gauges critical reviews, has an average rating of 85% based on 40 reviews. Robbie Collin of "The Daily Telegraph" said: "...the final product confirms what you can already tell from its considerable directorial ambition: that "Blue is the Warmest Color", whatever you do or don't think of it, has something vital to say about life in 2013 France". Mick LaSalle of the "San Francisco Chronicle" called the film "extraordinary and unprecedented, an epic show of force." Kenneth Turan of the "Los Angeles Times" writes:

Although anchored by its tremendous performances, it's Kechiche's daring visual style that, in the end, turns this into an unforgettable film. Employing partial duplication, speech overlaps and other sophisticated editing techniques, he creates a sense of intimacy that is anything but overwrought. It's this extraordinary approach that elevates the film to its highest level.

The exclusive premiere showing at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival was met with both boos and cheers from critics after it ended.
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