Top honors at Cannes festival go to film with ‘frank lesbian sex scenes’

Top honors at Cannes festival go to film with ‘frank lesbian sex scenes’

The prestigious Palme d’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival was last night awarded to a steamy three-hour movie about a lesbian love affair.

‘Blue Is the Warmest Colour’ took the prize for the best film from a jury led by Steven Spielberg and Nicole Kidman.

One scene includes a no-holds-barred twelve minute erotic sex scene between two women, played by Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos, that leaves absolutely nothing to the imagination.

The naked women writhed, licked and explored every intimate inch of each others bodies.

During the gala the audience sat in silence and craned their necks as if to get a better view of the steamy scenes unfolding in plain sight on the huge screen.

It’s the most sensational win at Cannes in years.

The three hour movie directed by Abdellatif Kechiche becomes an instant classic not just because of its graphic sex but also because of the mind-blowing performances of its two young stars.

Seydoux plays Emma a fine arts student and painter with blue hair who meets a 17 year old student, played magnificently by Exarchopoulos.

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