BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR, 2013.
On Saturday I took myself on a movie date to finally see this wonderful piece of revolutionary cinema. my heart hurts! (in a good way) the emotion was so raw and so goddamn palpable. Léa and Adèle played their roles with such vigor, heart and immense passion. It’s a film that lasts for three hours but never felt like it. As the viewer you instantly fall for these two young women who essentially love like they want to devour each other.
It was realistic and heart-shattering, sexually intense and hypnotizing.
I can’t wait for the world to fall in love with Adèle’s performance. She’s definitely one to watch out for.
Go see this film. And then let’s talk about it.
Wim Wenders - Written In The West
In preparation for shooting the film PARIS, TEXAS in late 1983, Wim Wenders traveled the West equipped with a 6 x 7 medium format camera searching out subjects and location that would bring that desolate landscape to life.
Martin Scorsese behind the scenes of his first feature Who’s That Knocking At My Door (1967)
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