And then she meets Emma, played by Seydoux, an outspoken painter with bright blue hair.
The couple is often spotted together at various places and events.
After doing some lesbian scenes, she is often accused of being a lesbian but she strongly denies it.
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Set against the devastating backdrop of war-torn Liberia, Miguel and Wren must find a way to keep their relationship alive in extraordinarily difficult conditions battling their mutual passion for the value of life matched by the intensity of their diametrically opposed opinions on how best to solve the conflict that surrounds them.
Exarchopoulos jokingly breaks into a few bars of the Katy Perry hit, “I Kissed A Girl.”The two also don’t deny the effect making Blue had on them.
They became friends almost immediately, despite the sizeable gap in their ages and career experience.
Spielberg denied any political intent (“Politics was not in the room with us,” he said) and the two actresses are of like minds.“I think it’s not like a militant movie or a (politically) engaged one,” Exarchopoulos says. It’s about love, first love, and everything that comes into it.
It’s a love story, but afterwards if we could change things in the mentality of people, that would be so cool.”Adds Seydoux: “I think people understand the film.”The two actresses are both straight but insist they have no problem with homosexuality.
pure heart.” Seydoux faces competition at the Baftas from the likes of 12 Years A Slave’s Lupita Nyong’o.