Call Me by Your Name

2017

Drama / Romance

124
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 96%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 8 10 99309

Synopsis


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Cast

Armie Hammer as Oliver
Michael Stuhlbarg as Mr. Perlman
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lesliemex 1 / 10

Do not be misled

In my opinion is promoting same sex gender in a cougar style, I dont see the beauty when a teenager is discovering his sexuality and end up with and older man, many teenagers can be misled with the message of this movie and some older guys can take advantage of it

Reviewed by sannni-59709 9 / 10

Would recommend!

The cinematography was beautiful and made me feel that I was there: that I could feel the gentle breeze and smell the peach trees. The story proceeded slowly but it was not boring or tedious, but rather full of emotions. For me, the ending was the best and the most beutiful part. I was also astonished by the soundtrack.

Reviewed by gracecary-66325 10 / 10

Beautiful

This film is exceptional. Luca Guadagnino creates a beautiful, nostalgic, dreamlike setting. The New York Times called it a "ravishment of the senses," which is so well said - the lighting, the sounds of the house, smells you might imagine, hot summer air- every sensory element creates a backdrop you feel as if you have experienced.

The development of the relationship between Elio and Oliver is captured beautifully and recreates moments we've all experienced, fostering a familiarity that makes this not a gay love story, but a classic love story.

In the final scene of the film, the audience will feel the intense melancholy Elio is experiencing, while life continues around him. We are reminded in his fathers monologue that this type of sadness can only exist after feeling unimaginable happiness - "Right now there is sorrow and pain, don't kill it, and with it the joy you've felt." Heartbreak is incredibly painful but is also a beautiful reminder of the love we experienced - it is something that deserves to be felt and not repressed, much like this movie, which very much deserves to be felt rather than watched.

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