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Part of the Series: I Am Curious
A parallel film to Vilgot Sjoman's controversial I Am Curious--Yellow, I Am Curious--Blue also follows young Lena on her journey of self-discovery. In Blue, Lena confronts issues of religion, sexuality, and the prison system, while at the same time exploring her own relationships.
I Am Curious
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