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Call Me by Your Name is a movie starring Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg. In 1980s Italy, romance blossoms between a seventeen-year-old student and the older man hired as his father's research assistant.

Genres
Drama, Romance
Director
Luca Guadagnino
Starring
Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet

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Product details

Genres Drama, Romance
Director Luca Guadagnino
Writer André Aciman, James Ivory
Stars Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet
Country USA, France, Italy
Also Known As Skrivena Ljubav, Szólíts a neveden, Llámame por tu nombre, Να με φωνάζεις με τ' όνομά σου, Skrivena ljubav, Sauc mani savā vārdā, Zovi Me Tvojim Imenom, Strigã-mã pe numele tãu, 君の名前で僕を呼んで, 以你的名字呼喚我, Daj mi tvoje meno, Pokliči me po svojem imenu, Chiamami col tuo nome, Kimi no namae de Boku wo yonde, Me Chame pelo Seu Nome, Beni Adınla Çağır, Tamte dni, tamte noce, Vadink mane savo vardu, Dej mi své jméno, Зови ме својим именом, Kra li be'shimkha, Appelle-moi par ton nom, Chama-me Pelo Teu Nome
Runtime 2 h 12 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The Perlmans own a villa outside of Moscazzano in Northern Italy, where they spend their summers and Hannukah. They invite a graduate student to spend six weeks with them over the summer to help Professor Perlman with his work. This summer - 1983 - the student in question is an American named Oliver. While there, Oliver largely associates with the Perlmans' seventeen year old son Elio and Elio's friends, the females among the group whose hearts are aflutter by Oliver's preppy good looks. Oliver, in fact, takes up casually with one of them, Chiara. Elio is an intellectual, but has no experience with girls as he is only now experimenting with his initial stage of manhood and masculinity. If not for Oliver, Elio probably would have chosen Chiara himself, and as such takes up with Marzia instead. Despite their social association and sleeping in adjoining rooms in the villa, Elio doesn't much like Oliver in thinking him too cocky and arrogant partly in that brash American sensibility. In turn, Oliver believes Elio is patronizing in his outward dislike of him. These outward behaviors mask the fact that there is a deep attraction between Elio and Oliver based largely on their admiration of the other's intellect. When they eventually admit that attraction late into Oliver's stay, Oliver is more reticent to act on those feelings in not wanting to ruin his own or Elio's life in still being in the closet, while Elio wants to experience all that sex and love are as he is in the flush of first real love. With Oliver and Elio's clandestine relationship, Elio has to figure out what to do about Marzia, he who may be aware or unaware of her own very deep feelings for him in also experiencing that flush of first love. The other question then becomes if Elio will be able to recover as there will definitely be an end at least to this phase of Oliver and Elio's romance when Oliver leaves to go home at the end of the summer.

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Saturday, 02 May 2020 08:45

Last night I saw the latest film from Luis Llosa. No one at the screening was old enough to remember the Oscar winning film that his three books to this movie became, Oscar winning movies. I was lucky enough to be seated in the front row, at least. I have to say, the movie wasn't great. I was expecting to be sad after seeing the "old man" losing his wife and his son, in the film's title, but it was actually a heartwarming movie. I felt like I could feel this boy's pain, but also the pain of the mother, who was trying to live a lie and not seeing her son anymore. I have to say, there was one scene when the mother had to lie to her husband, that had me in tears, but I couldn't remember the name of the scene. I was expecting that the husband would be disgusted by the mother's actions, but instead, he was happy, because he thought the mother was making a good decision. It was a great scene, and in the end, the scene made me feel sad, as I wanted the mother to make a bad choice. The main character, Elio, was also amazing. I loved his acting and I also love how the main character, Elio, was so different than how he was in the book. You had to read the book to understand how Elio was in the book. The movie was also good, but there were some parts that were missing, that I didn't understand, and a few scenes where the movie was in English, but you had to understand English to understand. I guess it's not a movie I will go see again. If you're reading this review, I think you should go see this movie, it was very good. For other reviews on this movie, go to bethbrennan.com


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