Despite the interest of many American Netflix subscribers to watch Blue is the Warmest Color on Netflix, the movie is not accessible right now in the USA due to licensing issues. Accordingly, some movies are restricted by Netflix for certain regions. But, the movie can be still viewed while in the USA by utilizing a VPN. When your traffic is directed to a server in another country like the United Kingdom, Italy, France, or Germany, Netflix region blocking technology will now think that you are not from the USA. This way, a VPN aids in accessing restricted movies on Netflix.
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A high school student, Adèle starts exploring her youthful interests and dates several men, but she does not get any sexual satisfaction. Meanwhile, a young girl, who Adèle likes, also rejects her. Now available on Netflix, Blue is the Warmest Color is an LGBT movie released in 2013. The movie follows Adèle’s life-changing scenario, where she meets a blue-haired girl, Emma, who shares similar interests. With Emma, Adèle feels safe to express herself and together they explore their sexuality despite the social stigmas surrounding such relationships.
Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux, Jérémie Laheurte, Catherine Salée, Salim Kechiouche, Aurélien Recoing, Alma Jodorowsky, Mona Walravens
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