Blue is the Warmest Color: Director's Cut Possible
La vie d'Adèle aka Blue is the Warmest Color won the main prize at the Cannes festival this year and managed to stir up some controversy in the process which is not only due to the explicit sex scenes it contains. While it has yet to hit several markets theatrically, there's already speculation floating around about a possibly longer version on home video.
With almost 180 minutes of runtime, the film is already a test for patient audiences, but director Abdellatif Kechiche now talks about a final cut of his movie that could have substantial additions:
Kechiche is also interested in doing a sequel, so it seems that the film might have room for more news in the future.
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