Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
Adèle Exarchopoulos: Adèle
Adèle : I miss you. I miss not touching each other. Not seeing each other, not breathing in each other. I want you. All the time. No one else.
Adèle : I am happy. I'm happy with you, like this. It's my way of being happy.
Emma : Enjoying philosophy?
Adèle : [laughs] I love it. It's incredibly enriching. Very interesting. Very deep. Orgasm precedes essence.
Emma : Your grade better be good.
Adèle : Give me a grade.
Emma : Fourteen.
Adèle : Fourteen? Just fourteen?
Emma : [laughs] You still need some practice.
Adèle : I'll give it all I've got.
Emma : Something to say?
Adèle : I don't know.
Emma : What?
Adèle : I wanted to know, when was the first time you tasted...
Emma : Tasted a sausage?
Adèle : Tasted a girl.
Emma : A girl? You mean kiss or taste?
Adèle : [chuckles] Kiss. To start with, then we'll see.
Emma : I was fourteen. Sometime around then. There was a party, all the girls had guys. I went out with Louise - that was her name, Louise. We didn't kiss at the party, but... I invited her to sleep over. That's when we kissed.
Adèle : Have you always preferred girls?
Emma : I tried both. I dated guys, girls, and I realized I preferred girls. For sure.
Adèle : He's not the problem. I'm missing something. I'm all messed up. I'm crazy.
Emma : I was big on Sartre in high school.
Adèle : Really?
Emma : It did me good. Especially in affirming my freedom and my own values. And the rigorousness of his commitments. I agree with it.
Adèle : Sort of like Bob Marley. Almost.
Emma : [laughs] I'm not so sure of it.
Adèle : I'm almost sure of it. Their ideas are similar. You know "Get Up, Stand Up"?
Emma : Yeah I know it.
Adèle : He's committed.
Emma : [Nodding in agreement] It's true.
Adèle : Same as Sartre. A philosopher, a prophet, same thing.
Adèle : You don't love me anymore?
Adèle : You're talking crap in front of everyone! I'm not a lesbian!