9. Blue is that the Warmest Color (2013)
‘Blue is that the Warmest Colour’ may be a coming-of-age tale of Adele, an introverted high-school girl who discovers and explores her $e-xuality through Emma, an aspiring artist whose hair is that the warmest shade of blue. But this film takes a more tender yet raw, passionate but not-too schmaltzy approach at telling its story. But it isn’t an indulgent film bringing only a singular gay relationship to light neither is it an ode to “coming out” with stockpiled clichés of “being different.” It shows how an interaction with an individual , a person . can have a very provocative impact. ‘Blue is that the Warmest Colour’ may be a touching ode to blossoming love, fiery passion and same-$e-x relationships.