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I Like It When You Do That (Isaac Lahey)

Originally posted by teenwolf--imagines

Summary: However this ends, he’s a fool if he does nothing or a fool if he gives into the sweetness of temptation.

Author’s Note: I’m glad I’m finally done with this story. I had debated on a while on how far to take this. But I’m glad that I decided to push the envelope and go all the way with the smut. Enjoy!


Nights like this were always innocent.

They would curl up under the covers of her bed and watch movies until they both fell asleep. Suspicions never rose when they spent hours together behind her bedroom door; often times it wouldn’t open until the early hours of the morning and it was time for Isaac to leave so he could head home to get ready for school. It was entirely innocent…until it wasn’t. Her parents should have expected that it would turn out that way eventually.

The night starts out like every other one. They had watched two movies and thirty minutes into the third (some French film remake with an obscenely long title), she was sound asleep. The movie was a thriller; it was on the subtler side but the heroine was hot and that kept his attention mostly.

Then there was a sex scene. Of course there was a sex scene. Not that he was complaining too much. The guy okay looking, but seeing the actress naked, enjoying being eaten out, being thrust into from behind—the whole scene made his cock twinge with desire.

Isaac feels a shift beside him. Looking down, he sees [Name] burrowing herself further into the covers of her bed. Lying on her side with one arm tucked under the pillow and her legs pulled towards her stomach, she looked like an angel. She looked so peaceful (and not his girl) and there was a desire in his blood to touch her. It should never have been a thought that entered his mind. It was wrong. She was his friend and asleep, and he was turned on by a movie. He should have just gone to bathroom to jack off. Isaac licks his lips as his eyes travel across her sleeping form.

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Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013) is now on NETFLIX!

LOOK AT ALL THAT BLUE!

When I reviewed Blue Is The Warmest Color barely last year I didn’t really review it. I was too busy loving it so much to really dissect into it, but now that it is on Netflix, I’ll go into why I love the film so much and why you should watch it.

First things first, the trailer got me obsessed with the song “Take Care” by Beach House. I watched it about 10 times and learned about the film before I built up the courage to watch the film online, and boy did I watch it. I watched it almost everyday from December 20th to 30th.

It’s been a while – probably since Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind – since I’ve seen such a romantic story. I like the style of the film how it’s a day-to-day reveal of someone’s life that way the 3-hrs goes by like that and it really doesn’t feel like three hours. 

The film is about a young woman, Adele, (about 17) who meets an older woman, Emma, (about 24) with blue hair and falls quickly in love with her. Now understand this is not a lesbian story. This is a French film about love and heartbreak. There is so much more to the story and there are many dynamics involved.

This film is very sad. We see Adele’s life day-to-day. We feel what she feels, and deal with her teenage problems with her we see her with her first love and grow into this distressed person who is lost in a world where she feels alone. I won’t give too much away but by the end of the film you’ll be wrecked; it’s the saddest. The climax between Adele and Emma is very powerful and deep and it makes watching their relationship together worth it. 

I’m glad I’m doing this now because at first didn’t want to cover this film thoroughly because of all the hype of the sex in the film, which to me is barely nothing. At first, it’s like damn! (kinda like in Brokeback Mountain) but after you’ve seen it, it’s no big deal. The film to me is much much more than the sex they have it’s the love they share and that is what I fell in love with. I love how real the relationship is. Also, I just love French cinema. If you know me, you know this. One of my favorite French films is La Vie En Rose with Marion Cotillard. I don’t mind reading subtitles; I’m a film person. The typical French audience is used to sex heavy in film. You should see Eva Green in The Dreamers, she has sex with her brother. Lol.

Though not all French films are sex forward. Umbrellas of Cherbourg is awesome and musical with no sex, as well as Amelie, and I don’t care for the vulgarity that people say French film have. Grow up

I went off on a tangent. Back to La Vie d'Adele aka Blue is the Warmest Color. The motif in the movie is the color blue, figuratively and literally. Adele feels blue throughout the whole film and the actual color blue is everywhere: clothes, Emma’s hair and eyes, benches, umbrellas, walls, backgrounds, Adele’s sheets, the actual word “blue” is shown in one scene where Adele is outside with her “friends”.

It’s such a good film you feel everything Adele feels. What is on screen is so powerful and real. People have even called it an epic. I really recommend it. It touches on a lot of elements, not just a lesbian love story, there is classism in the film, eating disorder, depression, homophobia, society’s depiction on what success is.

I love the film and everything about it, down to the performances, music, directing, blue symbolism. I like how prominent the film is. This movie turned me into a Lea Seydoux fan.