Kashila's Corner

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I watched La vie d’Adèle at last!
I liked a lot the movie, it is really full of feelings.
We have these two beautiful and talented ladies, Adèle Exarchopoulos who is Adèle (on top, on the left) and Lèa Seydoux who is Emma in the film (on the top, the right side). They both give good performances and have a very special chemistry in the screen.
For me there was something missing in the film, I couldn’t explain exactly what it is but in some part I felt it… Empty.
As I said before, I can’t explain what gave me that impression.
The love story is beautiful and it’s very easy to connect whith it-the characters, the story, the feelings.
It is a long film (I watched it in two different days) so it may look a little slow, but it isn’t. You get so involved in it that everything goes natural and not slow at all.
This film is -no doubt- full of feelings, and I think that is the best part of it.