Call me by your name boyero
🗯️ Call me by your name boyero
Call me by your name is a love story as forceful as it is beautiful with a tremendous ending that obviously I can’t comment on but that is a perfect mirror to an American classic of the 80s, whether plagiarism or homage, the final shot is pure art.
Personally, I choose Guadagnino’s new Suspiria over this film. It’s well acted, with excellent camerawork and photography, but the story goes way too far off the rails and the 132 minutes become interminable. I don’t agree that this is a love story, and it didn’t touch my soul at all.
I am still missing I am Tonya which I will see this Saturday and Invisible Thread which I will leave for the dvd or bluray at home.as Matias said it is cinema in its purest form.it leaves you with a bitter taste at the end what is not clear to me is if one of the contracted HIV or it seemed to me. Now they are confirming a 2nd part that to see that the protagonists get sick I prefer not to continue more.The kid tremendous deserved nomination although it was obvious he was going to lose to Gary but very little because it breaks in his role.Hammer is also perfect for the role and the father of Elio is the Russian Dr. The Shape of Water that is not excellent.A 10.
A film as well directed and acted as other recent Italian films of more fame and more pretentiousness, and with the same artifice, of a preciosity that bores, and showing a shameless exploitation of the historical-cultural and geographical legacy of the country that tires.If we take that away from the story and the fact, which could be… See more
The film with the most sexual tension between the main characters and emotional pain at the impossibility of retaining the love of that other person I will never see (I think) on the big screen. Call Me By Your Name’ manages, above all, to make you share Elio’s longing throughout the film and his deepest desire and suffering. And that it hurts and… See more
Let’s play a game: let’s pretend we don’t know anything about the nominations and awards for this film, that no one has read any reviews before seeing it or soaked up any opinions created. Let’s play that we see it «virgin», attracted by its trailer, or by the name of James Ivory behind the script (as it happened to me), or by a couple of… See more
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Although it takes place in northern Italy instead of the south, where its predecessor A BIGGER SPLASH was set, the similarities in plot and setting are many. Here, as there, the action takes place in an idyllic country house whose well-off inhabitants receive the arrival of a visitor who upsets all plans. And there are also bike rides, hide-and-seek romances, swimming pools and marvelous natural scenery. Also, of course, the sometimes bombastic but always very voracious sensuality of the Italian director’s camera, who can’t seem to contain his urge to film at the intense pace of his protagonists, only this time with the collaboration of the photographer of almost all of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films, Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.
But there are also profound differences. Not only is the love story here between two men, but there is no police plot involved. But the main difference is that there it was all suspicions, misunderstandings and annoyances between the protagonists while here it seems to live in a placid paradise on Earth where temptation has the literal shape of a ripe peach and no one seems to have bad intentions.
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It was directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory, based on the novel of the same name by André Aciman (2007). The film is an international production and belongs to Guadagnino’s «Desire» trilogy along with Io sono l’amore (2009) and Blinded by the Sun (2015).
The film had been in development since 2007, when producers Peter Spears and Howard Rosenman acquired the rights to the novel. Ivory was tapped to direct it but ultimately served as screenwriter. Guadagnino, who was to serve as location consultant, was chosen as director in 2016. Filming took place in Crema between May and June 2016. The film was shot on 35mm reels under the command of cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.
Elio and Oliver start spending time together. Elio begins a sexual relationship with Marzia and brags about it in front of Oliver to gauge his reaction. During a trip to the post office, Elio subtly confesses his feelings for Oliver, who gently tells him that he should not act on them. They go to a place exclusive to Elio, and he kisses Oliver on the lips. Oliver returns the gesture, but hesitates to go further. The couple becomes distant over the next few days.