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Blue Is The Warmest Colour (2013)

As promised to myself, I’d start writing a bit about movies because it interests me and I really love immersing myself in someone else’s world. For those who haven’t seen “Blue Is The Warmest Colour”, it is a French film that revolves around Adele, an insightful teenager who starts experimenting with sex and what love means to her. 723 more words

Blue Is The Warmest Colour

Movie Monday: Blue is the Warmest Colour

Title: Blue is the Warmest Colour

Starring: Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux

Synopsis: Adele leads a typical teenage life: she goes to school, she reads a lot, and she gossips with her friends about boys. 130 more words



Welcome to the second edition of this utterly fantastic post! This week we’re going back two years to remember the top 10 best movie posters of 2013… 37 more words


Something Blue

It was just like in the movies.

Coup de foudre. Love at first sight. Strangers crossing paths share a moment – strangers no more. Standing still in the middle of the road. 876 more words


The Searchers

When I check my stats most searches for this blog are shrouded in the faceless secrecy of “unknown search terms” and I am glad that search engines are, at least in this corner, taking your privacy seriously even if they rapaciously accumulate and sell your data elsewhere. 190 more words


Blue is the Warmest Colour (Review)

The final scene of this movie destroys all that preceded it by creating a responsible hetero-normality that needs to be maintained. Adele, the character we follow throughout this movie, is allowed the experimentation of youth only to be reigned back in by the majority, the masculine influence subtly influencing all three evolution’s of this movie. 627 more words


My faves in 2014: Films

2014 was another interesting year in film for Australian audiences, beginning with the brilliant American film ‘Her’ and ending with Russell Crowe’s Australian epic ‘The Water Diviner’. 1,844 more words