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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Le bleu est une couleur chaudeplease sign up. I know the film version of this is rather Is the graphic ha novel also like that? If you know what I’m saying? Andrea Chiara Well, there are some sex scenes but it’s definitely not porn and they’re definitely not represented like in the movie.
HELP Anybody here who has an ebook of this book? I find it hard to get a copy.
Le bleu est une couleur chaude
I hope you marooh dont mind. Please please i just need to read this amazing novel! Or maybe you can point me to some links where I can download it for free. Trudy I got it at my local library. See all 3 questions about Le bleu est une couleur chaude…. Lists with This Book.
Jun 22, Warwick rated it really liked it Recommended to Warwick by: I was a little obsessed with it — I dreamed about the film for two nights after I saw it, and I was still going over it in my head weeks later.
One person who was not a fan, though, was Julie Maroh, the author of the original comic book. This isn’t a film review so I’m not going to go into that, but it did make me really want to read the BD — even though it’s always complicated coming to a book after you’ve seen the film adaptation. With that proviso in mind, I really loved this. It’s sometimes described as a coming-out story, which it kind of is, or as a lesbian romance, which it kind of is — but its qualities cbaude you that such categories seem petty.
It’s just a very moving love story. At the start of the book she’s just 15, struggling with homework and playground cliques, fighting with her parents, slouching around dreary Lille in her hoodie. She can’t seem to make things work with her boyfriend Thomas. And then, one day, she meets someone who makes cbaude feel everything she hasn’t felt with him — a girl with blue hair…. The visual style is very effective, much more artful and interesting in many ways than the film.
The comic has more Tragedy! Since the Colueur win, an English lr has been rushed marooh print, so hopefully Maroh’s work will be as widely read as it deserves to be. View all 22 comments. Everyone ever fallen in love. Perhaps this knocks down their finest defences, their carefully constructed barricades of cynism and despair. Happy people have no stories. Paraphrasing Tolstoy, all happy loves are the same, each unhappy love is unhappy in its own way.
And evidently, it will end in chaudf.
Le bleu est une couleur chaude by Julie Maroh
Sob you will, dear reader. This song, so poignantly performed by Georges Brassensand inspired by the eponymous poem by Louis Aragon could be an anthem to this moving graphic novel: Is blue the warmest colour? Chqude its magical title and the inventive use of a minimalistic color scheme, the novel beautifully illustrates our very individual perception of colours. Many people consider blue a cold and masculine color, while it used to be also a feminine, warm colour, representing the celestial, the venerable, during the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The garments of the Virgin Mary were painted with the most expensive of all blue pigments, ultramarine blue, made from grounded lapis lazuli. Stained glass in the gothic cathedrals had to be blue. Blue flames are warmer than red flames, blue is the more passionate.
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Expressionist painters adored blue, using the radiant shades for the powerful expression of moods and emotions. For Kandinsky, blue was the colour of spirituality: The real blue was inside, the blue of the profundity of space, the blue of my kingdom, of our kingdom! In Romanticism Novalisblue stands for the dream, the immenseness of longing, the remoteness of the ideal. View all 82 comments.
This was beautiful and heartbreaking. Not only was the story incredible but the artwork was masterful. Definitely recommend to anyone, regardless if you enjoy graphic novels. I’m never particular about the art in graphic novels, but this is the most beautifully-illustrated graphic novel I have ever read. That, combined with the lesbian rep, the message, and this coming of age story full of angst and true love and tragedy gripped me until the very last cnaude.
I think this is the first graphic novel I’ve cried over. I cannot wait to track down the movie adaptation to watch it, because I’m sure it will be just as great. I cannot highly recommend this enough! View all 11 comments. Blue is the Warmest Color was one of my favorite graphic novels of last year. Unee was a ve story that crept up on me. It doesn’t use a lot of words or flash to get the message across.
What starts out as a coming of age story centered around a young girl finding herself and falling in love, turns into a realistic and at times heartbreaking story of love and hardship. I really enjoyed this story, and it is one of the only graphic novels that brought me to tears. This story is best when it’s gone Blue is the Warmest Color was one of my favorite graphic novels of last year. This story is best when it’s gone into blind.
I can completely understand all of the acclaim and praise that it gets. This review was originally posted on Thoughts on Tomes Oct 08, Leah rated it really liked it. I opened to the first page while on my lunch break at my brand new job, and abruptly closed it on page 3.
Sometimes you open up a book and say “ah, fuck” cause you know it’s gonna be like that.
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The first half of this book is perfect, and I never call anything perfect. The artwork is stellar, Clementine’s pain, confusion and excitement is so real and palpable. I saw mys I opened to the first page while on my lunch break at my brand new job, and abruptly closed it on page 3.
I saw myself in her when I was 15 in every page. Furthermore, it was perfectly timed. From the size of this book, you’d think there would be a sequel. Midway through the book, it feels like Maroh got bored with this story and rushed it. We don’t really get into Emma’s head at all, which is a fatal flaw in so many love stories. I understand Clementine, I have no idea what drew Emma to her. One page Clementine is 17, and then the next she is The story ends shortly after that. Blink and you miss the intended climax, downward spiral, the whole end.
Hopefully Maroh will pull a Kill Bill and put all of the substance she missed into a second volume. View all 5 comments. Oct 05, Anna Bananas! It felt so dramatic though and in a contrived way. God, I really wanted to like this more. I didn’t feel a connection between the main characters. Even the way they meet had a hint of instalove. However, I can understand and appreciate being inexplicably drawn to a person and even feeling like they’re going to be meaningful to your life before you really know them.
Their relationship needed fleshing out though. We barely got to know them and all the absurd obstacles they ecountered created didn’t help the story.