Blue is the Warmest Colour Q&A (12 mins)
With the camera so close 'it felt like a second skin,' Kechiche's film generated intensity on both sides of the camera. His cast describes their experience of the production, while the director talks about letting actors replace script, and his reaction to the film's triumph at Cannes.
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