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Blue is the Warmest Color

The Review:

There are those who are more socially conscious who will hate me for my review of this movie because it is supposedly an amazing lesbian coming of age story. But, if I’m going, to be honest, I have never watched this movie all the way through, don’t speak French, and that’s not what this movie review is about. With all of that said, if you are looking for the most incredible lesbian porn you can find on Netflix, this is it!

I do know that labeling this movie porn does it a serious injustice. Blue is the Warmest Color stars Adèle Exarchopoulos as a young woman exploring her sexuality and coming to the realization that heterosexual relationships aren’t what she’s looking for. She even tries out sex with a young man in an early awkward scene.  She eventually comes across and falls for a blue-haired Léa Seydoux, who played the latest Bond girl.

Now there is a bit of story there about how this new relationship affects her, her family, and her friends. But what we are here to talk about are the 2 scenes between these women that are so explicit, that they have had to publicly swear that they were not truly having sex. A statement I personally find difficult to believe after seeing them. Also, why I’ve never managed to finish the movie, as I need a nap after the second sex scene. This movie is by all accounts true cinema and should be treated as such. However, if you’re looking for the hotness on Netflix, you can’t beat this film.

The Details:

Blue is the Warmest Color [IMDB]
Rating – NC-17
Director – Abdellatif Kechiche
Naked Actors – Lèa Seydoux & Adéle Exarchopoulos

The Ratings:

Jake and/or Sean give a score on how they felt the book compares to others they’ve read and how good the sexytime in the work is.

Jake’s Rating
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