Interview Magazine featured both stars of “Blue is The Warmest Color” LĂ©a and AdĂ¨le in their latest issue. The interview is worth reading and the black and white editorial that comes along is magnificent. Check them out!
WOLFF: When you won the award at Cannes, it was practically simultaneous to gay marriage winning approval in France after a lengthy battle. Do you think the film is ultimately a political statement?
SEYDOUX: Yeah, it’s a very good coincidence and I think the coincidence took place because this film is very modern. It’s not militant but it’s engaged. It should be normal to tell a story about two women.