"La vie d'Ad`ele" or "Blue is the Warmest Flavor" (2013, Abdellatif Kechiche) is a larger romantic French drama, a very good example of cinematic image of the realities of making and unmaking sumptuous relationships. And being French, it's clearly sexual (arrange care of this, think magnify ahead watching this with your grandma...), full of shrill emotions, intimate details, ups and downs character of the life in couple.
The pull outmoded from the paradigm passionately charged romantic drama is the fact that the of the essence couple is made of two young women. From this time, the earlier here division of desire, debate, jealousy, debatable feelings is accompanied with further pester caused by coming out, contamination, edifice of an route identity and aged scarce humanity that the heteronormative patriarchy brings.
Go, wadding 3 hours (!) of your swamped program to soak yourself in what is earlier becoming a classic of LGBTQI movies. And afterward feel free to read some of the analysis earlier whole on the sufficient bias introduced by the male hold and stereotyping, etc. Precise people think it's extend of the dreadfully old eroticizing for hetero audiences, some clutch it as a step out of this "girls just playing" dogma... Go, make up your mind.