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Watch: 'Blue is The Warmest Color' Actresses Flirt In Campaign For Miu Miu

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by Kevin Jagernauth
November 22, 2013 1:38 PM
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“Of course it was kind of humiliating sometimes, I was feeling like a prostitute," Léa Seydoux said about her experience shooting "Blue Is The Warmest Color." But it seems she had no problem getting close with her co-star Adèle Exparchopoulos in the newest campaign for fashion label Miu Miu.

The pair bring the heat from the Palme d'Or-winning movie to this advertising gig, with an example of their sultry shots above. And as you'll see in the video, getting close a second time was no problem at all. It seems that green solved whatever issues 'Blue' may have aroused. 


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9 Comments

  • LB | November 23, 2013 5:43 AMReply

    The whole controversy is surely just the work of publicists, I mean c'mon these are the photos you choose to accompany your claims of exploitation.

  • Washington | November 22, 2013 3:44 PMReply

    Wow quoting her talking about feeling like a prostitute during the movie then implying her making this commercial is no different, another winner from jagernauth.

  • Frauds | November 23, 2013 11:43 PM

    Pretty f*cked up that they're willing to be sexualized, just on their "own terms" I guess.

  • asfsadg | November 23, 2013 7:07 PM

    Couldn't agree more Washington. It's pretty low of Kevin. I'm not one to be all supportive of advertising and such but it's the actresses choices to do this work and they can do whatever the hell they please. To try and catch them in hypocrisy reveals so much about certain (esp. male) movie bloggers/journalists. There's a pervasive hero worship of directors that see everything from their point of view. Not too far removed from Hitchcock's famous cattle line about actors. Many writers don't have the respect for actors that they deserve. Pretty gross of Kevin to write such phony nonsense. He doesn't know what the agreement was with the actresses and the director of the ad. Maybe they said "look we had a bad experience, we will only do this if you treat us with respect". But no it's an assumption of bad faith on these two female actors. See it time and time again. Blame the people (2 by the way) who were spoke out about feeling abuse by a movie director. Gross.

  • Washington | November 22, 2013 3:51 PM

    Luckily it's not the way of the 21st century blogger to express actual opinions because that would require effort and expose themselves to criticism, so they just imply and insinuate shit.

  • Jacob | November 22, 2013 1:55 PMReply

    Whores.

  • Jacob | November 22, 2013 3:58 PM

    Their judgement is questionable. I would like to correct them.

  • Lou | November 22, 2013 3:24 PM

    Way to let 'em know who's boss, Jacob!

  • Steven | November 22, 2013 2:43 PM

    You are what's wrong with the internet.

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