If you haven't heard the rumblings of Blue Is the Warmest Color, get ready. The French drama that follows the tale of two young lesbians has been at the center of praise and controversy since premiering at Cannes this past summer. The film features a seven-minute, totally NSFW, sex scene between young stars Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux. The actresses have since spoken out about what they feel was mistreatment from Blue's director, as well as their level of discomfort in filming the nude scenes.
While nobody is doubting their criticism, Posture Magazine decided to get to the bottom of the sex scene itself. Editors filmed gay women watching the infamous tryst to gauge their reactions. Then, viewers dished on the movie's accuracy — and, more importantly, its level of hotness. The consensus seems to be that while racy, the scene in question is decidedly over-the-top. Watch below to get the dirt, and see if Blue Is the Warmest Color piques your interest. (The Hollywood Reporter)