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* FreakOut: [[spoiler:Clémentine’s mother, upon finding out about her daughter’s romance with Emma. She first sees the latter naked in the kitchen, much to her shock. And she quickly connects the dots, and goes to her duaghter’s room to check on her, who is also naked. This sends the mother over the edge]].

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* FreakOut: [[spoiler:Clémentine’s mother, upon finding out about her daughter’s romance with Emma. She first sees the latter naked in the kitchen, much to her shock. And she quickly connects the dots, and goes to her duaghter’s daughter’s room to check on her, who is also naked. This sends the mother over the edge]].


* DidntThinkThisThrough: [[spoiler:One night after making love with Clémentine, Emma goes downstairs naked to get some milk. What she didn’t take into account is the possibility that her at least one of her parents could walk in on her. The mother does this, and it goes downhill from there.]]

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: [[spoiler:One night after making love with Clémentine, Emma goes downstairs naked to get some milk. What she didn’t take into account is the possibility that her at least one of her Clémentine's parents could walk in on her. The mother does this, and it goes downhill from there.]]


* YankTheDogsChain: [[spoiler:Clémentine and Emma have made up on the beach after a nasty break up, and they begin having fun and making love once again. But then the former has a sudden seizure, and she winds up in the hospital, unable to continue her romance with the latter anymore.

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* YankTheDogsChain: [[spoiler:Clémentine and Emma have made up on the beach after a nasty break up, and they begin having fun and making love once again. But then the former has a sudden seizure, and she winds up in the hospital, unable to continue her romance with the latter anymore.anymore]].


* DidntThinkThisThrough: [[spoiler:One night after making love with Clémentine, Emma goes downstairs naked to get some milk. What she didn’t take into account is the possibility that her at least one of her parents could walk in on her. The mother does this, and it goes downhill from there.]]



* FreakOut: [[spoiler:Clémentine’s mother, upon finding out about her daughter’s romance with Emma. She first sees the latter naked in the kitchen, much to her shock. And she quickly connects the dots, and goes to her duaghter’s room to check on her, who is also naked. This sends the mother over the edge]].



* GetOut: [[spoiler:Upon finding out their daughter’s secret in the worst way possible, Clémentine’s parents force her and Emma to get into some clothing, and then kick them out of the house]].



* LadyLooksLikeADude: Sabine, especially when she's confronting Clémentine, is hard to distinghish from a man by her looks.

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->[[spoiler:Her father]]: If you leave with her, then you are no longer my [[spoiler:daughter]].
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Sabine, especially when she's confronting Clémentine, is hard to distinghish distinguish from a man by her looks.


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* OhCrap: [[spoiler:Emma has this look when she notices Clémentine’s mother staring wide-eyed in shock at her as she is standing nude in the kitchen. It gets worse as the scene goes on]].


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* SilenceIsGolden: [[spoiler:When Clémentine’s mother first sees Emma naked in her kitchen, all dialogue, including speech bubbles and narration boxes, suddenly stops. The whole dramatic scene of her mother and father yelling and kicking Clémentine out of the house is shown in utter silence]].


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* YankTheDogsChain: [[spoiler:Clémentine and Emma have made up on the beach after a nasty break up, and they begin having fun and making love once again. But then the former has a sudden seizure, and she winds up in the hospital, unable to continue her romance with the latter anymore.


* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: [[spoiler:Emma cheating on Sabine, who's cheating on her]].


''Blue Is the Warmest Color'' (''Le Bleu est une couleur chaude'') is a French graphic novel authored by Julie Maroh and published by Glénat in March 2010. Arsenal Pulp Press published an English translation in 2013.

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''Blue Is the Warmest Color'' (''Le Bleu est une couleur chaude'') is a French graphic novel authored by Julie Jul Maroh and published by Glénat in March 2010. Arsenal Pulp Press published an English translation in 2013.


* YourCheatingHeart: Clémentine cheats on Emma, who'd been cheating on her girlfriend Sabine with her at first, and it turns out Sabine was cheating on Emma as well.

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* MasculineFeminineGayCouple: Emma is masculine in comparison with Clémentine, who's more feminine, though it's a mild example.


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* QueerRomance: Clémentine falls for Emma and struggles over coming to grips with her sexuality before the pair get involved.

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* LadyLooksLikeADude: Sabine, especially when she's confronting Clémentine, is hard to distinghish from a man by her looks.


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



* LipstickLesbian: Clémentine and Emma, especially in contrast to [[ButchLesbian Sabine]], though they're both slightly {{tomboy}}ish in their looks.



* TankTopTomboy: Emma is often seen wearing tanktops, along with other slightly masculine clothing.



* TitleDrop: At one point Clémentine comments on the different shades of blue.

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* TitleDrop: At one point Clémentine comments on the different shades shades of blue.blue.
* UnkemptBeauty: Clémentine and Emma. They have both slightly messy hairstyles.


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



* NoBisexuals: Even though [[spoiler: Clémentine]] cheats on Emma with a man, she's still never identified as a bisexual. However it seems odd that she'd sleep with him otherwise, long after accepting her orientation.

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* NoBisexuals: Even though [[spoiler: Clémentine]] cheats on Emma with a man, she's still never identified as a bisexual. However it seems odd that she'd sleep with him otherwise, long after accepting she accepted her orientation.attraction to women.



* PosthumousNarration: Clémentine, through her {{Diary}}.

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* PosthumousNarration: Clémentine, through her {{Diary}}.{{diary}}.


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



** [[spoiler: Clémentine]] also cheats with a man, and that's possible also an example, or her being bisexual.

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** [[spoiler: Clémentine]] also cheats with a man, and that's possible possibly also an example, this, or simply her being bisexual.


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



* FunctionalAddict: [[spoiler:Clémentine, an English teacher, become one when she's dumped by Emma]].

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* FunctionalAddict: [[spoiler:Clémentine, an English teacher, become becomes one when she's dumped by Emma]].


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



* ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:Clémentine dies.]] As she was dead from the beginning, it's known from the very first page.

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* ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:Clémentine dies.]] As she was dead from this is revealed at the beginning, we know it's known going to happen from the very first page.


This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.

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This novel was [[FilmOfTheBook adapted into a film]] of [[Film/BlueIsTheWarmestColor the same name]] for the English release, or ''La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2'' in France by Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013.



* FagHag: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] as Clémentine, Valentin's friend, is herself lesbian.

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* FagHag: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] as Clémentine, Valentin's friend, is herself lesbian.queer, and didn't even realize he was gay at first.

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