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We can't even keep score with the back and forth between "Blue Is The Warmest Color" director Abdellatif Kechiche, and the stars of the Cannes Palme d'Or winning film, Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. While they may have all been smiles and hugs on the Croisette, in the run up to the film's release this fall both in France and the U.S., bitter feelings have risen to the surface. The actresses have been very vocal about why felt was an unbearable shoot, while Kechiche has gone so far as to suggest the movie shouldn't be released at all. And the battle of wills continues. Speaking with The Independent, Seydoux has again been open about her experience on the movie, and in particular, the much talked about, lengthy and explicit sex scene which has helped earn "Blue Is The Warmest Color" an Nc-17 rating. “Of course it was kind of humiliating sometimes, »

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