Adele Exarchopoulos is considered one of the top young actresses in the European film industry. She is the youngest winner of the Palme d'Or for her performance in the 2013 film "Blue is the Warmest Colour" and recently was awarded the Cesar for the "Most Promising Female" for her performance in the film "La Vie Adele".
However, the acting talents of this fearless young performer are at the moment also causing controversy in different parts of Europe, most notably Russia which has decided to put a ban on some of her scenes from the movie "Blue is the Warmest Colour".
In the 2013 movie she participates in several erotic lesbian scenes with an adult girlfriend while portraying the 15 year old lead female character. When she filmed the role she was 18 years old but the scenes in the eyes of the Russian Culture Ministry are child pornography.
Interestingly the announcement was made only days after the talented Adele Exarchopoulos was awarded the Cesar for "Most Promising Female" for her exceptional acting performance in "La Vide Adele". The movie revolves around a love story between Adele, a teenage girl and Emma, a painter with blue hair and critics have been astounded by the dramatic range demonstrated by Adele Exarchopoulos.
The young actress upon receiving her award thanked her director but complained about her award winning speech claiming that "I had a rotten speech!" She may have been disappointed by her speech but entertainment critics continue to be astounded by her acting ability.
Adele Exarchopoulos is on an award-winning streak that might not be seen anytime again in the near future and has made her one of the most in-demand young actresses in the entertainment industry.