Review Call Me by Your Name (2017)

Call Me by Your Name (2017)

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Call Me by Your Name (2017)Let’s bite the sweetest part of the fruit when ripe. There is a scene near Luca Guadano’s adaptation of the novel Andre Aseman call me by your name between Timothy Chalamé and Michaell Stolberg that is, one of the best exchanges between son and father in the history of cinema. We will quote all of this for the rest of our lives. For many, this will be the time to fulfill the wish and it can be doubled for the strange people, who are tragically rejected by the parents for their nature. The scene is touching and victorious, but it will not work on an island. After the stacking, a story unfolded in the era of the end of the 1980s recalls the best of Eric Rohmer, André Tischin and Bernardo Bertolucci, where Elio (Chalamet) falls in love with Oliver (Armie Hummer) and needs to decide how he wishes and guide the rest of his life.

Oliver is the latest in a series of annual research assistants who joined Professor Perlman (Stahlberg) in an unusual summer villa for his family. Elio’s father is an archaeologist / art historian, and his mother from France (Amira Kassar) read poetry in German and translated on the fly while her two men hugged life with him on the couch. For fun Elio records the classical piano scores, which can also be transmitted to the guitar.  Luca Guadagnino’s last two film, A bigger Splash and I am love, are both very elegant, with a touch of amazing extreme close-ups, high-speed editing and music selection that are screaming. The lesser film maker (co-authors include the great Walter Vasano 88 years old and James Ivory) has cut the scene where cyclists asked Elio and Oliver Cobb of water from an old woman to bag outside the old house. But this is a true record of grace that makes this movie so touching.

Call Me by Your Name (2017) is a great work because of the details specify. This is not a “gay” love story. The level of trust and strength of this personality brings wealth that is not necessarily known to the global masses. However, the character is on the screen of all involved is for example of how movies can create sympathy in almost spiritual way. This is the main entrance in Canon of queer Cinema.

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