|Blue Is The Warmest Colour-|
film of the year
Inevitably, their journey doesn't come without turmoil. Adele loses her group of friends almost instantly when they see her talking to Emma at the beginning of their relationship outside their school. There's an angry eruption of teenage girls clawing at each other, spewing words of ignorance and in return, cries of denial. Compelling to watch. The film fast forwards without warning, and they are now living together. Adele is satisfied with a teaching role and supporting Emma's artistic career. She is also Emma's muse, posing nude in a series of artistic endeavors. However, as Emma becomes more and more immersed in her art, the relationship begins to suffer. This results in Adele engaging in a meaningless affair with a handsome suitor from her work. Emma is quick to find out and the relationship deteriorates for good. The scene where Emma is kicking Adele out of her house is painfully real and draws you in like a hawk. These are real emotions, both me and you have felt at some points in our lives.
|The controversial director Abdellatif Kechiche|
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