By Julie Maroh
Blue is the Warmest colour is a young, bittersweet, full-colour photograph novel in regards to the elusive, reckless magic of affection: a lesbian love tale for the a long time that bristles with the power of minor, uprising and the everlasting gentle of wish. Clementine is a junior in highschool who turns out 'normal' sufficient: she has pals, kinfolk or even a boyfriend. while her overtly homosexual ally takes her to a homosexual bar, she turns into captivated by means of Emma, a punkish, convinced lady with blue hair, an occasion that leads Clementine to find new features of herself, either passionate and tragic.
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