Cinema: Blah Blue

It should be noted that / Am Curious [Blue] is descending on various theaters within the continental U.S. Made several years ago as a companion piece to I Am Curious (Yellow), Blue already looks outdated. Now that almost every film—from Hollywood as well as Europe—contains generous quotas of epidermis in action, Blue's primary attraction is hardly unique. Furthermore, endless interviews about insular Swedish political matters give the film the air of a kind of raunchy master's thesis. The sex scenes, when they do occur, are even more blah and passionless than Yellow's. If the end result of Yellow was soporific, the...

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