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Sunday, 26 May 2013 00:50

Lesbian Film 'La Vie d'Adèle' Competes For The Palme D'Or At The Cannes Film Festival

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The Film Festival of Cannes currently unfolds in the Southern France and yesterday, the movie 'La Vie d'Adèle' (Adele's life), which tells the love story between two women, was talked about it a lot and received many praises.

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This film, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, is based on a comic "Le Bleu est une couleur chaude" (blue is the warmest color) de Julie Marho, which tells the passionate story between Adele, played by Adele Exarchopoulos, and her lover Emma, played by the French actress Lea Seydoux who, as in all her movies (Inglourious Basterds, Les adieux à la reine/Farewell, My Queen), plays her role so perfectly.

Jordan Mintzer of Hollywood Reporter wrote: "It is a history of love impassioned and poignant handled."

This three-hours-with-very-explicit-sex-scenes-of 17-minutes-each movie will fill us with enthusiasm but will it be the same for the festival's jury? Answer on May 26th.

UPDATE: It won the Palme d'or!


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