Sneak Peek new revealing images of 20-year old actress Adèle Exarchopoulos, one of the stars of writer/director Abdellatif Kechiche's Cannes award-winning, romantic feature "Blue is the Warmest Color", as photographed by Scott Trindle in the November 2013 issue of "GQ".
"Blue is the Warmest Color" is based on the 2010 French graphic novel "Blue Angel" by Julie Maroh, which previously won several awards and will be published in North America October 2013:
"...15-year-old 'Adèle' (Adèle Exarchopoulos), aspires to become a teacher, but her life is turned upside down when she meets 'Emma'...
"Emma is a blue-haired art student at a nearby college, who instigates a romance..."
"This is a landmark film with two of the best female performances we have ever seen on screen," said North American distributor, Sundance Selects/IFC Films President Jonathan Sehring about "Blue Is The Warmest Color".
"The film is first and foremost a film about love, coming of age and passion..."
"For me the film is a great love story," said Cannes Jury President Steven Spielberg. "We were absolutely spellbound by the brilliance of the performances of those two amazing young actresses and all the cast, and especially the way the director observed his players. We just all thought it was a profound love story."
Unfortunately graphic novel creator Maroh instead of lauding the award-winning film, is critical of a 7-minute graphic lesbian 'sex scene', saying that the film was shot from a 'male' point of view.
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