• actor – Michael Stuhlbarg
  • user rating – 8,1 of 10 Stars
  • genre – Romance, Drama
  • duration – 132minute
  • André Aciman

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The setting is rural northern Italy in 1983. Oliver (Armie Hammer) is an American graduate student visiting the Perlman family for the summer to work on an internship with the family patriarch (Michael Stuhlbarg) an archeology and art professor who used to live and work in the U.S. Professor Perlman has a seventeen-year-old son Elio (Timothée Chalamet) who is infatuated with Oliver.
A great film is one that succeeds in getting past early hurdles and leaves one with an exhilarated feeling by the end. Here are the early hurdles for “Call Me By Your Name”
1) The atmosphere was one of such super-privilege that it seemed inaccessible to more than 95% of the population. To have enough wealth to live in beautiful large home in northern Italy while being paid for working in the arts and archeology (with plenty of free time) seems like a dream for most of us. And when the family and their guest casually change languages (English, Italian and French with occasional German) while discussing all forms of the arts, it sometimes seemed rather lah-dee-dah.
2) It took a while to get past the fact that the two young lead actors both looked like younger versions of other famous people. Chalamet resembles what could be a young Justin Trudeau. Even more so, Hammer could easily pass as a young version of the TV character “Frasier” played by Kelsey Grammer. Not only does he look, sound, and act like “Frasier” being a wealthy art-lover is the icing on the cake.
The film not only passes these hurdles but the viewer even gets over the initial dislike of Oliver who, in the beginning, comes off as pompous and presumptuous (like I mentioned: Frasier. But in the second half, Hammer succeeds in showing the genuine vulnerability of Oliver to the point the viewer can feel compassion for him.
Chalamet is even more powerful in subtly putting Elio’s feelings on display after initially succeeding in reminding viewers of the frustration and insecurity of a teen falling in love with a young adult who seems so worldly.
The character of Professor Perlman seems ornamental for most of the film but at the end, he delivers a monologue that is the movie’s highlight – in addition to being one of the best scenes of movies released in 2017. It not only provides a shocking twist (and subtly at that) it gives a lecture on life that might seem to be addressed to young Elio; but no doubt it is the writer addressing members of the audience of all ages about our deepest feelings, memories, and life choices. Kudos to Stuhlbarg for his delivery, screenwriter James Ivory, and his source – the book by André Aciman.
And the greatest kudos go to director Luca Guadagnino for putting this brilliant work together. He uses the beauty of northern Italy to mix with the film’s deeper themes of love, compassion, and the willingness to risk and be vulnerable to more fully experience life. This goes way beyond any class differences that seemed so apparent at the film’s beginning. And Guadagnino takes the viewer in so slowly, it’s impossible to see how he did it – we’re too caught up in our own feelings.
1) Directing by Luca Guadagnino
2) Acting Ensemble.

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Call Me by Your Name is one of those films that will leave you wanted to wtch it again right away. Let’s begin with the directing of this film. Luca Guadagnino shows us the sensual beauty of the Italian landscape and through his visuals of Elio and Oliver shows us all true love. For me, CMbYN reminds me of first love and exploring and discovering your partner. As many have said this isn’t a gay love story, rather a love story. When it comes to coming of age films, this is the top of the line. Films like “Boyhood” many can connect with, but not all. CMbYN is a coming of age movie that we can all connect with. It reminds of us of our first love and those feelings that you never want to leave, and the pain that you feel when they do. It brings on the emotion of knowing that you couldn’t feel so unhappy if you had not been so happy, showing us true emotion. Call Me by Your Name is a film that will stick with my for a long time and I will think of it everyday as I have already since I saw it days ago.

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