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Women Sport Drama (Boxing)



Runtime, min


A few days before the fight for the Muay Thay european title, Lydia must face an unexpected dilemma that will make her make a choice that will force her to fight her worst rival yet? herself.
Emilio Martínez-Borso Legerén


Emilio Martínez-Borso Legerén

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Lydia's journey, just days before her championship, presents an unexpected dilemma. The internal struggle she faces between pursuing her passion in the ring and the revelation of her pregnancy is heart-wrenching. The film beautifully captures the complexity of Lydia's choices and the support she receives from her coach. The tension builds as she grapples with the desire to fight and the conflicting wish to keep her unborn child. The final bout is intense, and Lydia's triumph in the earlier rounds creates a powerful narrative. However, the unexpected knockout in the last round adds a layer of unpredictability, leaving the audience on the edge of their seats. The film's poignant moments, combined with the raw emotions portrayed by the characters, make "Blue" a compelling and thought-provoking experience.

Samuel Robinson

"Blue" is a riveting film that skillfully weaves the worlds of muay thai and personal struggle into a compelling narrative. Set just days before the European Muay Thai Championship, the protagonist, Lydia, is faced with an unexpected dilemma that adds an emotional layer to her already intense journey. Lydia's life takes an unexpected turn when she discovers she is pregnant, throwing her into a moral and emotional quandary. The impending championship fight is crucial for her career, yet she is torn between the desire to compete and the prospect of becoming a mother. The film brilliantly explores the complexities of Lydia's internal conflict, forcing her to confront her worst opponent—herself. The central theme revolves around Lydia's internal battle, beautifully portrayed by the lead actress, as she grapples with the decision to go through with the fight or prioritize her unborn child. The tension is palpable as Lydia faces her conflicting desires: the need for the championship and the overwhelming urge to keep the child. This emotional tug-of-war adds a profound depth to the storyline, making "Blue" more than just a sports drama. The film delves into Lydia's relationships, particularly with her trainer, who supports her in this difficult decision. The dynamic between the characters is authentic, providing a human touch to the intense muay thai scenes. The juxtaposition of the brutality inside the ring and the vulnerability outside creates a poignant narrative that resonates with the audience. As the championship unfolds, the stakes are raised, and Lydia's determination to win becomes a symbol of her resilience. The fight sequences are choreographed with precision, capturing the raw energy of muay thai while highlighting Lydia's strength and tenacity. The cinematography adds to the intensity, immersing the audience in the emotional and physical challenges faced by the protagonist. Without giving away spoilers, the film takes a surprising turn during the final round of the championship, adding an unexpected twist to the story. The resolution is both heartbreaking and uplifting, leaving a lasting impact on the viewer. "Blue" is a cinematic gem that transcends the sports drama genre, delving into the complexities of personal choices and the relentless pursuit of one's dreams. With stellar performances, compelling storytelling, and powerful visuals, "Blue" stands out as a thought-provoking and emotionally charged film that lingers in the hearts and minds of its audience.

Alex Goldween

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