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Title: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 04:49:33 pm



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 04:59:40 pm





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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Official Trailer (2017)
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Aug 1, 2017




A sensual and transcendent tale of first love, based on the acclaimed novel by André Aciman. It's the summer of 1983 in the north of Italy, and Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet), a precocious 17- year-old American-Italian boy, spends his days in his family's 17th century villa transcribing and playing classical music, reading, and flirting with his friend Marzia (Esther Garrel). Elio enjoys a close relationship with his father (Michael Stuhlbarg), an eminent professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture, and his mother Annella (Amira Casar), a translator, who favor him with the fruits of high culture in a setting that overflows with natural delights. While Elio's sophistication and intellectual gifts suggest he is already a fully-fledged adult, there is much that yet remains innocent and unformed about him, particularly about matters of the heart. One day, Oliver (Armie Hammer), a charming American scholar working on his doctorate, arrives as the annual summer intern tasked with helping Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of the setting, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.


Directed By:   Luca Guadagnino
Written By:    Luca Guadagnino, James Ivory, Walter Fasano
In Theaters:   Nov 24, 2017  Limited
Runtime:       130 minutes
Studio:          Sony Pictures Classics



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 05:05:11 pm




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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
ELIO MEETS OLIVER
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Feb 10, 2017





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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 05:19:52 pm




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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
ELIO AND OLIVER
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Jan 31, 2017





Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 05:27:45 pm





“A happy ending was imperative,” Forster wrote, in 1960. “I was determined that in fiction anyway two men should fall in love and remain in it for the ever and ever that fiction allows. . . . I dedicated it ‘To a Happier Year’ and not altogether vainly.”



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JAMES IVORY AND THE MAKING OF A HISTORIC GAY LOVE STORY

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For many gay men coming of age in the eighties and nineties, James Ivory’s “Maurice” was revelatory: a first glimpse, onscreen or anywhere,
of what love between men could look like.
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The house in Claverack, bought in 1975, has nineteen rooms, with high ceilings and huge windows. Its eleven acres have a pond and several small buildings; “A Room with a View” was edited in a former apple-storage barn. At one point during my visit, Ivory brought me into the parlor where the interview with Merchant from the “Householder” DVD had taken place. The murals, which Ivory commissioned, are of imagined Hudson Valley landscapes circa 1800. He opened a cabinet topped with baftas to reveal a collection of elegant dioramas, one of them in a former pralines box. He handed them to me one by one and let me look through each tiny doorway: into an 1820 New Orleans boudoir; a 1761 Mt. Pleasant, Philadelphia, drawing room. He made them when he was thirteen.

That weekend, in a convivial Forsterian scenario, he had three houseguests. All of them had worked on Merchant Ivory films. Jeremiah Rusconi, the art director for “The Europeans,” has also directed, over the years, the restoration of the house; now a restoration consultant, he currently lives there. Melissa Chung, a friend who began working for Merchant Ivory as a production assistant right out of Yale, in 1992, is there most weekends. That day, she and Benoît Pain (camera loader, “Le Divorce”), both in black-and-white striped Breton shirts, made lunch, as Ivory directed (“Have we started the asparagus?”). The group ate around a table in a sunny, windowed porch bursting with geraniums.

“Led by the maestro—the captain of our ship,” Chung said.

“I invented this pepper soup,” Ivory said. It was a bright-red purée. “But Melissa, and Benoît, too, knows all about hollandaise.”

This year, Ivory had a hand in another gay coming-of-age romance—“Call Me by Your Name,” directed by Luca Guadagnino. Ivory adapted the screenplay from the novel by André Aciman, in which Elio (Timothée Chalamet), seventeen, is wary of, then attracted to, Oliver (Armie Hammer), a twenty-four-year-old scholar who’s assisting Elio’s professor father at the family’s Italian villa for the summer. The film has the Italian-countryside pleasures of “A Room with a View,” and mirrors that and “Maurice” ’s journeys from awkwardness to connection and joy. But it’s also set in the eighties—so, like Clive, our hero’s first love marries a woman and breaks his heart.



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 06:16:38 pm



....Call Me By Your Name  was made with real love, with good intentions, with a clarity of heart and purposeful, unpretentious intellect. That shows in every frame. Call Me by Your Name  is a true stunner. It’s sexy and sad and funny. It’s Italy, it’s summer, it’s food, it’s family. It’s lust and shame and hope and resignation. It’s life, messy and brilliant.




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SUNDANCE 2017
The Gorgeous
Call Me by Your Name
Makes Sundance
Swoon


Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation of a modern gay classic is a wonder.


by RICHARD LAWSON
JANUARY 23, 2017 1:04 PM



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Thank God for the Italians. Four days into what had been feeling like a less-than-thrilling Sundance Film Festival—marred, of course, by real-world events—along came a film of such dizzying beauty and rich, genuine feeling that if I were to go home today, I would still call the whole festival a success. That film is Call Me by Your Name, an adaptation of the 2007 André Aciman novel that is something of a modern classic of gay literature. Directed by Italian dream weaver Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash), the film is a swirling wonder, a film about coming of age, about the secrets of youth, the magic of summer, the beauty of Italy. As a steady and unrelenting snow descended on Park City, Call Me by Your Name  kissed Sundance with light and warmth.

Which may sound a little purple, a little tumescent—but this movie inspires such sentiment. Guadagnino has created something of such texture, such power that it’s hard to talk about it in less than hyperbolic terms. First, I’ll tell you what it’s about. Timothée Chalamet, from Homeland  and Miss Stevens, plays Elio, a smart, earnest, precocious kid living an odd and lovely kind of life in the summer of 1983. His parents—fabulously played by Amira Casar and Michael Stuhlbarg—are international academics, spending summers at a villa in Northern Italy that Elio’s mother inherited. Living in a (at least) trilingual household full of books and discussion about said books, Elio is intellectually beyond-his-years, a confident and curious kid who nonetheless feels woefully ignorant, or inexperienced, in one crucial field.

It’s summer, and Elio is 17, so obviously that field is love and sex. Elio is handsome, a beanpole topped with a thicket of dark curls, so he’s got the interest of some French girls staying nearby. He’s interested in them too, but is not pulled to them in the same way that he’s drawn inextricably to Oliver, the 20-something grad student boarding at Elio’s family’s house while he works with Elio’s father. Oliver is played by Armie Hammer, that Ken doll colossus who here uses his ludicrous proportions and chiseled handsomeness to great, surprisingly witty and sensitive effect. Elio’s attraction to Oliver—and Oliver’s to Elio—is laid out delicately by Guadagnino, who adapted Aciman’s book with Walter Fasano and none other than __James Ivory __ (whose Maurice  is nodded to throughout). The film’s pacing is fluid but helter-skelter, long and considered takes suddenly giving way to ecstatic short bursts.

Which is a pretty good approximation of the rhythms of memory, of adolescent desire, of summer’s intoxicating spell. Call Me By Your Name is narrative in that it tells the short, bittersweet story of Elio and Oliver, but it is more a terrarium of human experience, a sensory immersion that is remarkably full in its vision. Guadagnino fills every scene with life—people, insects, plants. Each shot is busy with existence, but Guadagnino does not overwhelm. Working with cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, Guadagnino gives Call Me by Your Name  the faded vibrancy of an old postcard, of a treasured memory. There’s a gentleness, a quietness tempering all the intense surges of feeling rippling between Elio and Oliver. It’s an exquisitely composed film, blessed by terrific performances and perfectly scored by a selection of classical compositions and a pair of new songs by Sufjan Stevens. (Yes, on top of everything else, there’s new Sufjan Stevens music too.)

There’s so much to gush about in this movie, and I’m sure many fans of the book, gay or otherwise, are dying to know whether the movie “goes there” in terms of one particular sexy scene. (It both does and doesn’t.) But in the interest of brevity, I’m just going to zero in on my favorite two things about the film. First is Chalamet’s performance. A 21-year-old La Guardia [high school] alum, Chalamet has the bearing of a natural; he’s deeply committed to his character but also infuses Elio with something of himself, too, as the best movie stars do. Chalamet seems to know that he’s got an innate charm, a boyish grace, and he uses that to striking effect. Elio, soulful and impetuous and a little bratty, is a kid you’ve known, a kid you wanted to be, a kid you care and root for. It’s a mature and thoughtful performance, and it augurs great things for Chalamet going forward. Hell, the tremendous extended final shot of the film would be an acting opus for someone twice or three times his age. Call Me by Your Name  is not Chalamet’s first piece of work (watch Miss Stevens  on Netflix), but it feels in every sense like a grand debut.

The other thing I really love about Guadagnino’s film is the way it captures something I might have a hard time explaining. It’s the film’s rendering of what it feels like to be a teenager living in many worlds at once. Meaning, we see Elio alert and interested when interacting with his parents and their friends—he’s a sophisticated kid who’s used to the company of grown-ups. But we know, of course, that something more primal is happening to Elio, something consuming and huge—the particular atomic weight of that one special summer I hope we all had—that he will not tell his parents about (not yet, anyway). So, Elio must act as if nothing is happening while everything is happening, a perhaps universal teenage balancing act, a dance between inner and outer lives, which is really hard to communicate on film. But Guadagnino and Chalamet figure it out, and Call Me by Your Name  becomes a coming of age film—and absolutely a coming-out film—that replaces more familiar smarm and canned lesson-learning with something deeply sincere, kind, and perceptive.

That kindness, that sincerity, that wisdom is no better represented than in a monologue given by Stuhlbarg toward the end of the film. Stuhlbarg delivers it with such compassion, such humanity, and Guadagnino knows to film it in an unfussy way. In the scene, Elio’s father essentially offers his son a philosophy for living, stressing the importance of letting pain exist next to joy. It’s a remarkably comforting, empathetic, simple (and yet not simple at all) bit of insight, one we could all use. That Guadagnino essentially makes this the emotional climax of his film (not quite, but almost) indicates to me that Call Me By Your Name  was made with real love, with good intentions, with a clarity of heart and purposeful, unpretentious intellect. That shows in every frame. Call Me by Your Name  is a true stunner. It’s sexy and sad and funny. It’s Italy, it’s summer, it’s food, it’s family. It’s lust and shame and hope and resignation. It’s life, messy and brilliant.




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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 06:46:24 pm



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Luca Guadagnino, director of the visionary, modern classics I Am Love and A Bigger Splash  (which is in theaters now) is filming his next movie right now and one that is sure to stir up controversy and probably a few other things. Based on the book by André Aciman' Call Me By Your Name  tells the story of 17-year old Elio (played by Timothée Chalamet, who is 20), the only child of an American-Italian family, whose family take in a 24-year old American scholar named Oliver (played by Armie Hammer, 29) while in Italy. Oliver’s stay is meant to be to help Elio’s father (Michael Stuhlbarg) with his work in Greek culture but soon the two young men become intensely attracted to each other and a summer of danger and passion ensues in this 1980s-set coming of age drama.

The screenplay was co-written by Guadagnino, Walter Fasano and James Ivory – the Oscar-nominated director of Howard’s End  and as well as the seminal gay masterpiece Maurice. The film is being co-produced by Frenesy Film Company and Water’s End Productions.



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 06:55:13 pm
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 01, 2017, 09:31:37 pm
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LONGING

All the Unbearably Intense Sexual-Tension GIFs
You Need From the Call Me by Your Name Trailer


By Jackson McHenry
August 1, 2017 12:15 pm


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Today, we got the trailer for Call Me by Your Name, the standout gay romance that premiered at Sundance about Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet giving each other significant glances in Italy. The film is based on the novel by André Aciman, directed by A Bigger Splash’s Luca Guadagnino, and written by Merchant Ivory’s James Ivory. But enough about the details of the film: What we’re here to discuss today is the sexual tension on display in the trailer, for it is a thing of true beauty and delight, and a perfect opportunity to make GIFs — lots of them. The next time you consider using something as crude as a winky face or eggplant emoji, consider sending one of these refined creations instead.



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Let’s start things off with some light gazing across the room, as Oliver (Hammer) admires Elio (Chalamet) fingering the ivories.



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If you haven’t read Call Me by Your Name, I’m not going to say what happens with a peach. But rest assured: Stuff happens with a peach.



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That face when someone mentions knots.



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You have my attention.



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It’s always a sign when guys are really into the Greeks.



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Time to get serious — like, “going from playing a kid in Homeland to starring in a romantic drama based on a book” serious.



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Gaze longingly at me across a stretch of greenery on a hot Italian summer day in a way that makes me question my sexuality and spurs me on a journey of self-discovery I will reckon with throughout the rest of my life, daddy.



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I’m pretty sure this GIF is somehow actually a Sufjan Stevens lyric.



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Hello.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Front-Ranger on August 01, 2017, 10:39:32 pm
I agree--it's stunning!
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 02, 2017, 03:02:50 pm
I agree--it's stunning!



Oh my, yes--I cannot wait! What a gift for Thanksgiving weekend!   :D




Though Armie Hammer might be the bigger star and he certainly has a juicier-than-usual role here that he clearly relishes, the true breakout of the film is 21-year-old Timothée Chalamet. Elio is someone who is experiencing a lot of things for the first time, for which he barely has any words, but Chalamet’s face and body language turn his character into an open book. The minutes-long and wordless final shot, another rare close-up of Elio, is so mesmerizing that it immediately cements his status as one of the world’s brightest young talents. The chemistry between the men is palpable, but what's more important, they convey their characters' complex emotions, expectations and thoughts without necessarily opening their mouths.




http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/call-me-by-your-name-review-967150


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Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Luca Guadagnino's adaptation of André Aciman's acclaimed novel stars
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet as lovers in sun-kissed Italy.


The Bottom Line:
Call me a successful adaptation.


by Boyd van Hoeij
12:05 AM PST 1/23/2017


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Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name



PARK CITY -- There is a scene toward the end of Call Me by Your Name,  Luca Guadagnino's intimate and piercingly honest adaptation of adaptation of André Aciman's superb novel, in which a graying university professor in Italy sits down with his puffy-eyed, 17-year-old son for an unexpected talk. Dad quotes Montaigne’s famous phrase about his special friendship with Étienne de La Boetie. His son, who has been very smart academically for some time but only recently experienced an important emotional growth spurt on his way to adulthood, understands that his father is referring to his offspring’s “special friendship” with the handsome, 24-year-old intern from the U.S. who stayed with them for the summer and has just returned home.

In someone else’s hands, the exchange might have become pretentious, ridiculous or melodramatic and lachrymose, but Guadagnino, most famous for the far splashier features I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash, finds exactly the right tone for the material, which is understated and filled with paternal affection. Even viewers who aren’t able to identify the quote by Montaigne, uttered in the original French, will understand that Dad is using a common intellectual interest as a safe way to express a new idea. It is this kind of attention to detail — much of it lifted directly from the book, adapted by Guadagnino with James Ivory and editor Walter Fasano — that provides the film with its unexpectedly deep wells of emotion and surges of insight into human nature and relationships.

Starring a never-more-sensual Armie Hammer as the intern, the breathtaking Timothée Chalamet (formerly of Homeland) as the son and the great Michael Stuhlbarg as the father, this tender and minutely observed queer romance, set in bucolic Lombardy (changed from the Ligurian seaside in the novel), could, with the right marketing, become a breakout title for Sony Pictures Classics.

Professor Perlman (Stuhlbarg) is specialized in Greco-Roman sculpture and has a summer intern over every year in the family’s 17th century country palazzo. When the guest arrives, Perlman’s only child, the lanky and studious teenager Elio (Chalamet), is asked to leave his bedroom to Oliver (Hammer) and move into an adjacent storage room for the summer. Like the ritual that gives the film its title, this is not an insignificant detail, as the transfer of bedrooms already suggests that Oliver and Elio are closely connected and, to a large extent, at once interchangeable and part of a single, greater whole.

Initially, the inexperienced Elio doesn’t quite know what to make of the American seven years his senior and the feeling seems mutual. The cinematography from Thai director of photography Sayombhu Mukdeeprom (Uncle Boomee…, Arabian Nights) reflects this idea, keeping everything in medium or wider shots and only rarely moving into the characters’ private spaces. The first close-up of Elio, while he intently watches Oliver dance with a girl at a village party, thus arrives as something of a shock. Perhaps even for Elio: Could he be questioning himself, wondering whether he’s jealous?

Since the action is set not only in Italy but also in 1983, this same-sex attraction would not be readily accepted, so the characters need to be eased into admitting what they might be feeling for each other. As in the scene quoted earlier, seemingly innocent elements of culture — Greek statues, medieval novels — are leveraged to discuss certain ideas that cannot be uttered out loud. In one of the film’s most daring choices, the realization that the two might be talking about the same thing is shot around a Battle of the Piave monument on a piazza in a wide shot, Elio's back toward the camera and Oliver much further back, his face barely visible. The counterintuitive choice places the two men, talking about the love that dares not speak its name, out in the open but because we can’t see their faces clearly, they could be anyone.

The camera moves in for their first kiss, however, a pastoral moment of joy that recalls the discovery of love in the countryside around Cambridge in E.M. Forster’s classic novel Maurice  (Ivory directed the film version in 1987). From that moment on, their relationship develops in fits and starts, as Oliver initially wants to “remain a good boy” and “not corrupt” Elio, but the hungry adolescent wants more. Both also have dalliances with local girls — these subplots have been heavily pruned from the novel — which here feel like ammunition in the tug-of-war between two men destined for each other. Some elegant visual shortcuts, such as the Star of David necklace that Elio starts wearing again after having discovered Oliver also has one (both are Jewish), also help condense some of the novel’s midsection.

The couple’s physical rapport is an essential part of the novel, and the film is extremely sensual, with both leads frequently walking around in just (swim) shorts during the languid summer days. The handful of sex scenes are tastefully shot but short and not particularly explicit, though Aciman’s famous peach scene — Google this at your own risk if you haven’t read the novel — is featured here in modest but unambiguous fashion. The relative discretion about the full physical compatibility of the men could potentially help the film gain a wider audience beyond the LGBTQ community, but feels a little too restrained for who these characters have become by the time they consummate their relationship.

Though Hammer might be the bigger star and he certainly has a juicier-than-usual role here that he clearly relishes, the true breakout of the film is 21-year-old Chalamet. Elio is someone who is experiencing a lot of things for the first time, for which he barely has any words, but Chalamet’s face and body language turn his character into an open book. The minutes-long and wordless final shot, another rare close-up of Elio, is so mesmerizing that it immediately cements his status as one of the world’s brightest young talents. The chemistry between the men is palpable, but what's more important, they convey their characters' complex emotions, expectations and thoughts without necessarily opening their mouths.

The rest of the small cast, very much including Stuhlbarg, in that scene mentioned at the start of this review and elsewhere, is also uniformly excellent. A minor detail that will be problematic for audiences in Europe is the mix of languages used, with the Perlmans in the film an unconvincing hodgepodge of Italian, French and American ancestry. The large amount of French dialogue can partially be explained by the fact that the film is a French co-production, though the only actor who convincingly pulls off all the languages she supposedly speaks fluently is Kurdish-Russian actress Amira Casar, who plays Mrs. Perlman.

The film’s costumes and production design nail the look of 1980s rural Italy, with Guadagnino actually having shot in and around the picturesque village [Crema, Cremona, Lombardy] where he lives. References to political life in Italy, entirely absent from the novel, are also convincing and add texture. Some classical pieces and Sufjan Stevens’ glorious score complete the all-round classy package.




Production company: Memento Films, RT, Frenesy, Water's End

Cast: Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, Victoire Du Bois, Vanda Capriolo, Antonio Rimoldi

Director: Luca Guadagnino

Screenwriter: Luca Guadagnino, James Ivory, Walter Fasano, based on the novel by André Aciman

Producers: Peter Spears, Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges, Rodrigo Teixeira, Marco Morabito

Director of photography: Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

Production designer: Samuel Dehors

Costume designer: Giulia Piersanti

Editor: Walter Fasano

Music: Sufjan Stevens

No rating, 130 minutes



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 02, 2017, 03:25:14 pm

Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review

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Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name



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PARK CITY -- There is a scene toward the end of Call Me by Your Name,  Luca Guadagnino's intimate and piercingly honest adaptation of adaptation of André Aciman's superb novel, in which a graying university professor in Italy sits down with his puffy-eyed, 17-year-old son for an unexpected talk. Dad quotes Montaigne’s famous phrase about his special friendship with Étienne de La Boetie. His son, who has been very smart academically for some time but only recently experienced an important emotional growth spurt on his way to adulthood, understands that his father is referring to his offspring’s “special friendship” with the handsome, 24-year-old intern from the U.S. who stayed with them for the summer and has just returned home.

In someone else’s hands, the exchange might have become pretentious, ridiculous or melodramatic and lachrymose, but Guadagnino, most famous for the far splashier features I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash, finds exactly the right tone for the material, which is understated and filled with paternal affection. Even viewers who aren’t able to identify the quote by Montaigne, uttered in the original French, will understand that Dad is using a common intellectual interest as a safe way to express a new idea. It is this kind of attention to detail — much of it lifted directly from the book, adapted by Guadagnino with James Ivory and editor Walter Fasano — that provides the film with its unexpectedly deep wells of emotion and surges of insight into human nature and relationships.

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"Nous nous aimions parce que c'était lui, parce que c'était moi."

"We loved each other because it was he, because it was I."





http://www.constitution.org/la_boetie/serv_vol.htm


The Discours sur la servitude volontaire
of
ÉTIENNE DE LA BOÉTIE, 1548


Rendered into English by

HARRY KURZ


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Friendship of Two Men

The relationship between Montaigne and La Boétie is so impressive that their coming together seems, according to the former, to have been predestined. So irresistibly were they drawn to each other that, when they met, their earlier careers appeared as paths converging toward their union.

Michel de Montaigne succeeded his father at the court of Périgueux just before this court was merged with the one at Bordeaux. When in September, 1561, Montaigne began his judicial functions in Bordeaux, La Boétie had already served the tribunal there for eight years. It was natural for Montaigne, who was two years younger, to look up to the colleague whose tract on Voluntary Servitude he had already read in manuscript. In his essay on Friendship [5] he tells us of his feeling: "If I am urged to say why I loved him, I feel that it cannot be put into words; there is beyond any observation of mine a mysterious, inexplicable and predestined force in this union. We sought each other before we had met through reports each had heard about the other, which attracted our affections more singularly than the nature of the situation can suggest. I believe it was some dispensation from Heaven. When we met we embraced each other as soon as we heard the other's name.... We found we were so captivated, so revealed to each other, so drawn together, that nothing ever since has been closer than one to the other."

In various Latin epistles addressed to his friend, La Boétie pays similar tribute. And even in the essay on Voluntary Servitude, written before they met, we get a glimpse of what friendship could mean to a man whose spirit habitually dwelt on a high plane of integrity. Thereafter, these two made a perfect exchange of exalted love in a relationship for which their joined names have become a symbol. It is small wonder then that Montaigne will add to his immortal essay, some twenty-five years after the death of his friend, his sad but beautiful conclusion to the ineffable nature of their friendship: "We loved each other because it was he, because it was I." There is nothing left to say.

We can begin to understand what the loss of such a friend meant to Montaigne. During the earlier years of mourning he languishes. Pleasure revives his pain for he wants his friend to share it at his side. His work at the court of Bordeaux becomes distasteful and he finally gives up his post to dedicate himself to his departed friend and to perpetuate his memory. First he prepares for publication all the manuscripts left him by La Boétie.[6] Very gradually he welcomes solitude and gives himself to the slow elaboration of his own sagacious essays.

It is to the honor of Montaigne that all his life he showed his gratitude for this unique friend bestowed upon him; and it is to the glory of La Boétie that he fully deserved the immortality into which their two names are forever fused by love.

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 02, 2017, 04:36:44 pm






[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hf_fqIFv8AM&t=103s[/youtube]
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Interview with

Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
at the Berlin Film Festival

Published on Feb 15, 2017






[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frvmC2edkkU[/youtube]
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Interview with

Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
at the Berlin Film Festival

Published on Feb 16, 2017






Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 02, 2017, 05:23:11 pm



Re Call Me by Your Name, Armie Hammer specifically mentions Brokeback Mountain  (and Art as "a change agent") at 3:00 - 3:34







[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4Y2EpDXwZo[/youtube]
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Interview with

Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet,
Luca Guadagnino & Michael Stuhlbarg
at the Sundance Film Festival

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http://variety.com/video/armie-hammer-gay-drama-call-me-by-your-name-kiss-scene-sundance/

Armie Hammer: ‘Call Me by Your Name’s’ First Kiss Scene Felt ‘Organic and Special’

Director Luca Guadagnino and stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg discussed their gay love story “Call Me by Your Name,” and how art can be an agent of change.

“The shooting of the actual scene of the first kiss — it felt as organic and special and great as every other shot that we did on this movie,” Hammer said, adding that he hopes we’ve evolved sociologically since “Brokeback Mountain” was released to controversy in 2005 to see “the truth that’s present in every moment of desire.”

The foursome were at the Variety Studio, presented by Orville Redenbacher’s, at the Sundance Film Festival.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 03, 2017, 06:36:13 am
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on August 09, 2017, 05:55:06 pm
Thank you, John, for posting all this!  How wonderful.

I recently re-read the book while on vacation.  I liked even better the second time.

It's such a first-person narrative, I wonder how it will translate to film.  Is there a voice-over? So much of the story takes place in Elio's mind.

So, they "sort of" did the peach scene?  I can't imagine how that will go...

Sad that the film is not set at the sea, as the novel is.

Later!
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 09, 2017, 07:50:18 pm
Thank you, John, for posting all this!  How wonderful.

I recently re-read the book while on vacation.  I liked even better the second time.

It's such a first-person narrative, I wonder how it will translate to film.  Is there a voice-over? So much of the story takes place in Elio's mind.

So, they "sort of" did the peach scene?  I can't imagine how that will go...

Sad that the film is not set at the sea, as the novel is.

Later!



Yes, Paul, many changes--but I was so insanely in love with Luca Guadagnino's I Am Love  (which was just as stylishly gorgeous as Tom Ford's A Single Man,  if not more so), I'm completely happy!

FYI, there are at least snippets of the original (or one version of) James Ivory's screenplay on line--in which the main 1988 story (rather than Guadagnino's 1982-3 reset) was in winter.

Winter??  Hello? Not many swim trunks and flying shirttails in--Sicily?? Really? (Siicily in winter is COLD and DAMP.) Also--Oliver was to have been played by--Shia LaBeouf?? Oh Lord NO! Must have been in the same alternate reality in which Jack Twist was played by--Matt Damon. (Major compensation in that same alternate reality was Gore won in 2000 and Hilary won in 2016.)

Another change from the book: no further meetings between Elio and Oliver in later years; the movie is set in one summer only.

Anyway, counting the days for an Italian (Crema) Summer in November!

Later!





Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 10, 2017, 08:06:12 am



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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 10, 2017, 08:45:56 am
So, they "sort of" did the peach scene?  I can't imagine how that will go...
Later!





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Fans of the book might be worried about the removal of the memorable peach scene from the novel. Even though Guadagnino called the scene “legendary” in the book, he was unsure if it would fit in the adaptation.

“[It] struck me so much as un-filmable, but also, I hate to be defined as coy,” he said. “I don’t want to be coy, shy or coward. So it was like, let’s take the bull by the horns and shoot it. They went for it “on a day that was endless because we were running late, [after we] shot 13 or 14 hours.”



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The New York Film Festival
runs September 28 – October 15.

The 55th New York Film Festival Main Slate
Closing Night






“Call Me by Your Name,” Dir. Luca Guadagnino, Italy/France, 2017, 132m


A story of summer love unlike any other, the sensual new film from the director of I Am Love,  set in 1983, charts the slowly ripening romance between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American teen on the verge of discovering himself, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), the handsome older grad student whom his professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) has invited to their vacation home in Northern Italy. Adapted from the wistful novel by André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name i s Guadagnino’s most exquisitely rendered, visually restrained film, capturing with eloquence the confusion and longing of youth, anchored by a remarkable, star-making performance by Chalamet, always a nervy bundle of swagger and insecurity, contrasting with Hammer’s stoicism. A Sony Pictures Classics release.





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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[youtube=999,539]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kss6WHJrWX0[/youtube]

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Mystery of Love
Sufjan Stevens
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Aug 8, 2017






Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 16, 2017, 02:34:21 pm
Thank you, John, for posting all this!  How wonderful.

I recently re-read the book while on vacation.  I liked even better the second time.

It's such a first-person narrative, I wonder how it will translate to film.  Is there a voice-over? So much of the story takes place in Elio's mind.

So, they "sort of" did the peach scene?  I can't imagine how that will go...

Sad that the film is not set at the sea, as the novel is.

Later!




Yes, Paul, many changes--but I was so insanely in love with Luca Guadagnino's I Am Love  (which was just as stylishly gorgeous as Tom Ford's A Single Man,  if not more so), I'm completely happy!

FYI, there are at least snippets of the original (or one version of) James Ivory's screenplay on line--in which the main 1988 story (rather than Guadagnino's 1982-3 reset) was in winter.

Winter??  Hello? Not many swim trunks and flying shirttails in--Sicily?? Really? (Siicily in winter is COLD and DAMP.) Also--Oliver was to have been played by--Shia LaBeouf?? Oh Lord NO! Must have been in the same alternate reality in which Jack Twist was played by--Matt Damon. (Major compensation in that same alternate reality was Gore won in 2000 and Hilary won in 2016.)

Another change from the book: no further meetings between Elio and Oliver in later years; the movie is set in one summer only.

Anyway, counting the days for an Italian (Crema) Summer in November!

Later!








Paul, it took a while to find that James Ivory screenplay snippet again--and James Ivory's 'very odd choice in a wintry setting may not have started so odd as the opening scene MIGHT be around Christmas, more than half a year before the fateful summer in question, Elio is looking at the headshot photos, (surreptitiously?) loading the scales, and choosing this year's candidate: super handsome Signor Oliver Ulliva, la muvi star.

Or not. See below, Ivory says that Luca moved the setting to summer (good choice). In any case, take a look.

(Later!)








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Jan 22 2017







Anatomy of an Opening Scene:
CALLMEBYYOURNAME

A teenager, a bedroom, and his erotic imagination

By James Ivory



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The script of CALL ME BY YOUR NAME begins like many of the Merchant Ivory screenplays — with a wide establishing view of where the story mostly is to be set, in a landscape which is often foreign, containing a big house, center stage. The chosen landscape here was to have been a wintry Sicily. But then, the director Luca Guadagnino decided CALL ME BY YOUR NAME couldn’t be shot there, but had to be made in Northern Italy around Milan, which has a very, very different kind of landscape — and in the summer.

The film’s action, perhaps more appropriately, now begins in the teenage hero’s bedroom, which in this story is pretty much where his erotic imagination is staged.
I would like to thank the young Italian director, Ferdinando Cito Filomarino for the Italian dialogue he wrote for the film. André Aciman, the author of the novel on which the film is based, and who grew up in Italy, has called Ferdinando’s dialogue “perfect.”




As a screenwriter James Ivory has made 7 produced features, collaborating usually with the late Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, his longtime scenarist: SHAKESPEARE WALLAH (1965); THE GURU (1969); BOMBAY TALKIE (1970); A SOLDIER’S DAUGHTER NEVER CRIES (1998); and LE DIVORCE (2003). In 1986 he wrote MAURICE with Kit Hesketh-Harvey. All of these films he directed, and all were made by Merchant Ivory Productions.



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 18, 2017, 03:06:59 pm
Me too!  November???



Me three!

Sigh.


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: brian on August 18, 2017, 03:26:33 pm
I saw the film yesterday at the NZ International Film Festival. Sorry to tell you I was very disappointed. I took an intense dislike to the Oliver character from the beginning. Elio is beautiful. Unlike back in 2006, I no longer think a film is wonderful just because it shows 2 men kissing.
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 19, 2017, 02:02:06 pm





In a first novel that abounds in moments of emotional and physical abandon, this may be the most wanton of his moves: [André Aciman's] narrative, brazenly, refuses to stay closed. It is as much a story of paradise found as it is of paradise lost. (....) Nobody gets clocked with a tire iron. No one betrays the other.





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SUNDAY BOOK REVIEW
Suddenly
One
Summer

By STACEY D’ERASMO
FEB. 25, 2007


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This novel is hot. A coming-of-age story, a coming-out story, a Proustian meditation on time and desire, a love letter, an invocation and something of an epitaph, “Call Me by Your Name” is also an open question. It is an exceptionally beautiful book that cannot quite bring itself to draw the inevitable conclusion about axis-shifting passion that men and women of the world might like to think they will always reach — that that obscure object of desire is, by definition, ungraspable, indeterminate and already lost at exactly the moment you rush so fervently to hold him or her. The heat is in the longing, the unavailability as we like to say, the gap, the illusion, etc. But what André Aciman considers, elegantly and with no small amount of unbridled skin-to-skin contact, is that maybe the heat of eros isn’t only in the friction of memory and anticipation. Maybe it’s also in the getting. In a first novel that abounds in moments of emotional and physical abandon, this may be the most wanton of his moves: his narrative, brazenly, refuses to stay closed. It is as much a story of paradise found as it is of paradise lost.

The literal story is a tale of adolescent sexual awakening, set in the very well-appointed home of an academic, on the Italian Riviera, in the mid-1980s. Elio, the precocious 17-year-old son of the esteemed and open-minded scholar and his wife, falls fast and hard for Oliver, a 24-year-old postdoc teaching at Columbia, who has come to the mansion for six weeks to revise his manuscript — on Heraclitus, since this is a novel about time and love — before publication. Elio is smart, nervous, naïve, but also bold; Oliver is handsome, seductive and breezily American, given to phrases like “Later,” and abundantly “O.K. with” many things Elio is less O.K. with — O.K. with being Jewish, “with his body, with his looks, with his antic backhand, with his choice of books, music, films, friends.” From the first page, we know we’re in the crumbling terrain of memory. “I shut my eyes, say the word, and I’m back in Italy,” Elio writes from some later vantage point. Which is also, of course, to say: I am not in Italy now, I am not that young man, what I am going to describe is long over. Heraclitus, indeed.

The younger Elio has apparently been more or less heterosexual until Oliver arrives, but in fewer than 15 pages he’s already in a state he calls the “swoon.” He lies around on his bed in the long Mediterranean afternoons hoping Oliver will walk in, feeling “fire like fear, like panic, like one more minute of this and I’ll die if he doesn’t knock at my door, but I’d sooner he never knock than knock now. I had learned to leave my French windows ajar, and I’d lie on my bed wearing only my bathing suit, my entire body on fire. Fire like a pleading that says, Please, please, tell me I’m wrong, tell me I’ve imagined all this, because it can’t possibly be true for you as well, and if it’s true for you too, then you’re the cruelest man alive.”

But it is true for Oliver, and he does knock, and then things really heat up. What Elio and Oliver do to a peach, for instance, might have made T. S. Eliot take a match to “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” Aciman, who has written so exquisitely about exile, loss and Proust in his book of essays, “False Papers,” and his memoir, “Out of Egypt,” is no less exquisite here in his evocation of Elio’s adoration for the lost city of Oliver’s body and the lost city of the love between the two men. He builds these lost cities with the extraordinary craftsmanship of obsession, carefully imagining every last element of Elio’s affair with Oliver, depicting even the slightest touches and most mundane conversations with a nearly hyper-real attention to how, exactly, each one articulated a desire in Elio that felt “like coming home, like asking, Where have I been all my life?” Aciman never curbs or mocks Elio’s unabashed adolescent romanticism, never wheels in repressive social forces to crush the lovers, never makes one the agent of the other’s ruin. Even Elio’s father is fairly “que será, será” about what he suspects has been going on (a lot) under his scholarly roof.

What unwinds the men from each other’s embrace is none of these clichés; instead, Aciman, Proustian to the core, moves them apart, renders their beautiful city Atlantis, with the subtlest, most powerful universal agent: time. Nobody gets clocked with a tire iron. No one betrays the other. One becomes ordinary and marries; the other’s romantic fate is vague but seems to be more patchy. They meet again, 15 years later, and they’re not tragic; all they are is older. The fully adult Elio thinks, “This thing that almost never was still beckons, I wanted to tell him.” They “can never undo it, never unwrite it, never unlive it, or relive it. ... Going back is false. Moving ahead is false. Looking the other way is false.” In a book that seems to wear its heart on its sleeve, this openhanded, open-ended gesture is also its most knowing, challenging moment. That the city of desire is a scrim, all “dream making and strange remembrance,” Aciman seems to say, doesn’t mean it would be any less false not to walk into it. And if the novel is mourning this city, it is also, brick by brick, rebuilding it before the reader’s eyes.

In his essay “Pensione Eolo,” Aciman writes, “Ultimately, the real site of nostalgia is not the place that was lost or the place that was never quite had in the first place; it is the text that must record that loss.” In other words, Elio and Oliver might give each other up, but the book that conjures them doesn’t give up either one. In fact, it brings them back together, reunites them, for a glorious endless summer. In the book, the river can be revisited. The closing words echo the title: a phrase simultaneously of elegy and of invitation.




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 19, 2017, 08:27:14 pm







It’s why it earned an extended standing ovation when it premiered Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival.

It’s why seeing the film in a movie theater was tantamount to group gay catharsis for the audience in attendance, many of whom were weeping by the film’s end and then bogarted the post-screening Q&A to thank Luca Guadagnino for the film and its portrait of struggling for acceptance.

It’s why Call Me by Your Name  will likely go down as one of the best gay love stories of the last decade in film.










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PEACHY

Call Me by Your Name
The Sexy, Poignant
Gay Love Story
Turning All of Sundance
On

Luca Guadagnino's film premiered to a standing ovation at Sundance, a gay love story
that’s an impossibly beautiful feast visually, emotionally, and—my god—sexually.


by KEVIN FALLON
01.23.17 5:37 AM ET


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Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer and Michael Stuhlbarg in Call Me by Your Name


PARK CITY --The peach scene is in it.

If you’re a queer person who has read André Aciman's 2007 novel Call Me by Your Name, a hybrid coming out and coming-of-age story set in Italy in the early ’80s, that news will both comfort and titillate you.

If you haven’t, imagine the infamous American Pie  scene, but with dignity, emotional truth, and a semblance of relatability. But, you know, a guy still fucks a fruit.

It’s that dance between the aching familiarity that is so unfamiliar on screen—first love, but through the eyes of a young gay person—and sensuality, humor, and absurdity that makes director  Luca Guadagnino’s (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash ) latest film, the adaptation of Call Me by Your Name,  so special.

It’s why it earned an extended standing ovation when it premiered Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival.

It’s why seeing the film in a movie theater was tantamount to group gay catharsis for the audience in attendance, many of whom were weeping by the film’s end and then bogarted the post-screening Q&A to thank Guadagnino for the film and its portrait of struggling for acceptance.

It’s why Call Me by Your Name  will likely go down as one of the best gay love stories of the last decade in film.

Starring Armie Hammer and breakout actor, 20-year-old Timothée Chalamet, the film opens in 1983 northern Italy, in one of those dream picturesque villas that seem to only exist in cinema—the perfect setting for an intense summer romance.

Chalamet is Elio, the 17-year-old son of academics who are hosting Hammer’s 24-year-old scholar Oliver for the summer. Their relationship is a push and pull from the start. Elio labels Oliver “the usurper,” yet is eager to be the strapping new arrival’s guide to the new town.

They’re a captivating pair: Elio, with his lean beanpole body throbbing with pubescence, and Oliver, the toned post-grad inhabited by The Social Network ’s Hammer, so stylish and statuesque in every breathtaking frame. There’s their dynamic, too: quickly and effortlessly bonded, but also instantly antagonistic. Both want something from each other, but flip their magnets over to repel the second the connection draws them too close.

It’s not clear at first that either character is gay, or even questioning, beyond the fact that you know you just purchased a ticket to a gay romance, thus making each interaction and every meticulously crafted frame of Guadagnino’s its own veritable blood-rush of arousal.

Each character shows off for each other. Elio, his piano skills; Oliver, his book smarts and domineering demeanor. It’s mutual masturbation before there’s even the hint of physical attraction, a thrill that’s heightened by Guadagnino’s filmmaking, which is awash with sexual tension, sweaty bodies, and swimsuits that cling just so to wet, shirtless bodies.

When Elio, behind closed doors, starts exhibiting his crush on Oliver, it’s played matter-of-factly, the kind of natural progression and self-realization that we’re so used to seeing in heterosexual romances that it’s almost jarring, even confusing, when it starts to happen.

And when Oliver starts having frank confrontations with Elio about their attraction, which had thus far been treated with a wink and knowing wit by Guadagnino, James Ivory and (film editor) Walter Fasano’s script, the practical reasoning that dominates their conversations seems completely ordinary.

Suddenly all of Oliver’s peacocking in front of Elio makes sense. He wanted  to be desired.

Elio’s sexual awakening is shielded by his desire to protect himself from his confusing feelings, but is also propelled forward by his excitement over his attraction, and his perception that Oliver might be attracted, too. The two spend the entire summer shirtless, ostensibly for each other’s benefit, even leaving the bathroom door they share constantly open, should the other happen to sneak a glimpse.

Knowing that they’re supposed to be together makes this dance akin to the kind of frustration kids these days call “blue balls.” But there’s something incredibly endearing about Oliver’s concern for Elio’s young well-being, should they, in this year decades ago, indulge in their attraction, and Elio’s sheepish gumption in confronting the older Oliver about it in the first place.

Their eventual coupling is presented almost as if it’s inevitable, understood, or even intrinsic. Imagine being a young queer person, watching this certainty about love and, more importantly, about sex, and believing that can happen to you. Because it does. Even before Elio and Oliver make their first physical contact, Call Me by Your Name  rings all those spectacularly universal bells that anyone who has experienced a first love, or a forbidden love, can hear in loud reverberations. But for an audience not used to seeing that experience reflected with a same-sex couple, the film is a rarity.

Just watching it is a visceral experience.

Shot in Italy and benefitting from an almost preternatural connection between Hammer and Chalamet, it’s a film that is drenched with sunlight and hormones. The idyllic Italian setting and new-love raw intimacy emanates from the film like pheromones you are carnally drawn to.

By the time Elio and Oliver start having sex, your own sex drive kick-starts as well. It’s that primal.

Their first physical encounter is voyeuristically intimate. It’s silent enough to hear Elio’s heart palpitating at the anxious thrill of it. As they jump into each other arms and roll on the bed, the creaking of the old bed frame is like an aural aphrodisiac. Each movement they make has an impact: the way they tangle their bodies, use their breath, carelessly disrupt a floorboard.

The camera pans out a window at the moment,  and you almost want to groan. But you also want to give Elio and Oliver their privacy. They deserve it.

For allowing them their modesty, we’re repaid with the most sensual pillow talk in recent memory, and the film’s namesake. “Call me your name,” Oliver asks of Elio, the boy whispering, “Oliver, Oliver, Oliver,” and Oliver cooing “Elio” in return.

The entire sequence is a treat for your heart and your libido.

Their first tryst ignites an affair, one that even Elio’s parents can no longer ignore, and one so beautiful that they do not want to. They suggest that the couple go off on a trip together before Oliver must return to the United States, leaving Elio behind. And before he can realize the impact of it, the most transformative summer of Elio’s life is over.

It would all be depressing, were it not for the clarity brought to it by his father, played by Michael Stuhlbarg. Stuhlbarg delivers a monologue to Elio that is so progressive, so enlightened, and so accepting—encouraging even—of his son’s relationship with Oliver that it would read as implausible were it not layered with such authenticity by Stuhlbarg’s performance.

It is the speech any queer person would dream of hearing from his or her father at that time in their lives, to the point that you begin to wonder if Elio is an unreliable narrator. Perhaps his recollection of the conversation, in 2017 decades after a far less open-minded ’80s, is wish fulfillment, or history rewritten.

Regardless, it’s two minutes of film that will be seared into every gay person who is in its thrall—explaining why it dominated so much of the Sundance post-screening conversation.

And what of that peach?

That peach is what will get people buzzing about this film, thanks to Guadagnino’s clever teasing throughout the entire film of the pivotal scene. His own foreplay, of sorts. Maybe word of mouth about it is what will entice a wider swath of filmgoers to the movie, aside from the LGBT demographic that is already desperate to see the film.

It will be a conversation starter for sure, and that’s fine. Call Me by Your Name  is about sex. It’s about sex and sensuality and attraction and the love that bubbles underneath that. And, thanks to Stuhlbarg’s speech, all that’s given a new name: normal.




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 20, 2017, 09:06:16 am
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(I'm sorry the artist has
removed the beautiful drawing
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But I will leave the void
just in case.)


my thoughts only
going nowhere

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Addition/comment/quote by me:
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Ulliva, Ulliva, Ulliva ---it was Oliver calling me by his name
when he'd imitate it's transmogrified sound as spoken by Malfalda
 and Anchise; but it'd also be me calling him by his name as well,
hoping he'd call me back to mine, which I'd speak for him to me,
and back to him: Elio, Elio, Elio.






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I got a copy of the korean translation of #callmebyyourname #cmbyn
with a beautiful illustration cover, and it's aesthetically so satisfying.
The title changed, and it can translate into "that year, the summer's guest."




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 21, 2017, 04:23:32 am
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The mind is everything.
What you think, you become
 ~ Buddha

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August 14 2017 - 06:58

#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman   #oliver ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#art #artwork #artist #paint #sketchbook #artsy #artistsoninstagram  
#quicksketch #dailyart #instaart #instartwork #improving #progress #illustration
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 21, 2017, 09:10:11 pm
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The mind is everything.
What you think, you become
 ~ Buddha

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“We had the stars, you and I.
And this is given once only.”






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Yet another piece inspired by call me by your name 😜

August 14 2017 -  03:57

#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman   #oliver ulliva   #cor cordium
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#art #artwork #artist #paint #painting #sketchbook #artsy #artistsoninstagram  #oc
#quicksketch #dailyart #instaart #instartwork #improving #progress #illustration
#watercolor #artnerd #worldofartists #artsoldiers #young_artists_help #shocking_art



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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 21, 2017, 09:20:28 pm
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MOVIE POSTERS

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 21, 2017, 09:57:54 pm

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Me too!  November???


Me three!




Me three??

Hardly.






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 22, 2017, 01:05:10 am
https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2017/sections/main-slate/
https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2017/films/call-me-by-your-name/

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Main Slate
Call Me by Your Name
Luca Guadagnino




The New York Film Festival
runs September 28 – October 15.

The 55th New York Film Festival Main Slate
Closing Night






“Call Me by Your Name,” Dir. Luca Guadagnino, Italy/France, 2017, 132m


A story of summer love unlike any other, the sensual new film from the director of I Am Love,  set in 1983, charts the slowly ripening romance between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American teen on the verge of discovering himself, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), the handsome older grad student whom his professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) has invited to their vacation home in Northern Italy. Adapted from the wistful novel by André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name i s Guadagnino’s most exquisitely rendered, visually restrained film, capturing with eloquence the confusion and longing of youth, anchored by a remarkable, star-making performance by Chalamet, always a nervy bundle of swagger and insecurity, contrasting with Hammer’s stoicism. A Sony Pictures Classics release.


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On-Sale Dates
August 28-31: Board, Patron, and VIP Passes
September 1 at 12PM – September 4 at 11:59PM: Package Fulfillment
September 6 at 10AM: Film Icon single-ticket pre-sale
September 6 at 2PM: Cinephile single-ticket pre-sale
September 7 at 10AM: Film Buff single-ticket pre-sale
September 8 at 11:59PM: single ticket pre-sale ends
September 10 at 12PM: Film Lover, Student, and General Public On-Sale




Prices
Main Slate & Special Events:
$20 Member & Student / $25 General Public
Opening Night:
Alice Tully Hall: $75 Member & Student / $100 General Public
Centerpiece & Closing:
Alice Tully Hall: $50 Member & Student / $75 General Public
All Other Programs:
$10 Member & Student / $15 General Public




General Information
There is a maximum of two tickets per screening.
There is a $2.00 fee per ticket for online orders.
Advance tickets can only  be purchased online or at the Alice Tully Hall box office.
All ticket fulfillment is subject to availability.
Delivery Options
Print at Home (Free, Recommended): For the first time this year, we will be offering free print at home ticketing. Tickets will be sent to you via email within 48 hours.
Mail ($5.50 P&H Fee): Tickets will be sent within 7-10 business days.
Will Call (Free): This option will only be available closer to the festival.




Venue & Box Office Information
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway (between 65th Street and 66th Street)
Sunday: Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Also open until 30 minutes after the start of any performance.
212.671.4050









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#armiehammer  #timothéechalamet  #cmbyn
#andréaciman  #lucaguadagnino  #nyff


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 22, 2017, 06:59:18 pm
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#portrait  #boy  #watercolor  #artist  #fanart artists on tumblr
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman
#peaches  #all that peach juice 🍑  


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You’ll kill me if you stop.




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#call me by your name  #cmbyn  #andré aciman
#portrait  #drawing  #boy  #pencil  #artist  #fanart artists on tumblr  
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman




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Excerpt from “Call Me By Your Name” (pp. 133-134):

The dream had been right—this was coming home, like asking, Where have I been all my life? which was another way of asking, Where were you in my childhood, Oliver? which was yet another way of asking, What is life without this? which was why, in the end, it was I, and not he, who blurted out, not once, but many, many times, You’ll kill me if you stop, you’ll kill me if you stop, because it was also my way of bringing full circle the dream and the fantasy, me and him, the longed-for words from his mouth to my mouth back into his mouth, swapping words from mouth to mouth, which was when I must have begun using obscenities that he repeated after me, softly at first, till he said, “Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine,” which I’d never done in my life before and which, as soon as I said my own name as though it were his, took me to a realm I never shared with anyone in my life before, or since.

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 23, 2017, 12:57:18 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
http://www.thepicta.com/user/emisdrawings/3286550063
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Later!




12:06pm 08/23/2017  55 notes

#call me by your name  #cmbyn  #andré aciman  #lucaguadagnino  #lgbt
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman  #armie hammer  #oliver  #ulliva
#portrait  #sketch  #drawing #art  #artist  #fanart  #artists on tumblr
#instaart  #instagood  #redandblue  #sketchbook  #artstagram  
#movies  #film #lgbtmovie
#later!

      


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 23, 2017, 01:10:28 pm
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Yes, that is a peach in Elio's hand.
🍑
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 23, 2017, 03:45:01 pm

Was this an....apple??


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https://twitter.com/johnsant87/status/826836790455721984




And as for pumpkins...good god!!


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http://www.mynewplaidpants.com/2016/10/theres-your-oliver-elio-folks.html
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 24, 2017, 04:01:12 am
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
https://www.instagram.com/siqi_wsq/


“Call me by your name
and
I will call you by mine.”

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#elio perlman   #oliver ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
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Once again, the addition/comment/quote by me seems fitting:
(page 214)
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Ulliva, Ulliva, Ulliva ---it was Oliver calling me by his name
when he'd imitate it's transmogrified sound as spoken by Malfalda
 and Anchise; but it'd also be me calling him by his name as well,
hoping he'd call me back to mine, which I'd speak for him to me,
and back to him: Elio, Elio, Elio.






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 24, 2017, 04:25:56 am
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http://www.imgrum.org/media/1579648951139698760_208501663
https://www.instagram.com/thebeardsalad/
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http://www.imgrum.org/tag/AndreAciman

A Summer Reading List!




08/12/2017  89 notes

#chiamamicoltuonome  #callmebyyourname  #cmbyn  #guanda  #andréaciman  #lucaguadagnino  #lgbt
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman  #armie hammer  #oliver  #ulliva
#hotboysreading #books #illustration #collage #paris #narrativa
#summerreading #bookporn #booklovers #instabook #libridaleggere
#movies  #film #lgbtmovie
#later!

      


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https://www.instagram.com/thebeardsalad/
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 24, 2017, 07:16:18 pm





Even the fate of mundanely inanimate things like a ripe peach or a pair of worn bathing trunks become sweetly perverse yet spellbinding in Aciman’s approach of storytelling. Trust me when I say that after reading this book, you will never look at peaches or swimming trunks in the same way ever again.






https://brentofthefabulouswild.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/book-review-call-me-by-your-name-by-andre-aciman-supplementary-reading-music-playlist/


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Brent Of The Fabulous Wild
the collective musings of an average everyday sane psycho supergod

Book Review: “Call Me By Your Name”
                     by André Aciman





What is it about summer that it is always associated with romance?

While the heat and abundance of exposed skin may be to blame, there is a certain mystique to that sultry time of year that irresistibly draws anyone to experience the joys and aches of a summer liaison. In André Aciman’s debut novel, “Call Me By Your Name”, what starts off as a typical seasonal infatuation evolves into an intensely beautiful love story that is at once exultant and heartbreaking.

Elio—seventeen, intelligent, and deliciously gauche—narrates the entirety of the novel as he recounts “that summer” when Oliver—twenty-four, handsome, and shamelessly cavalier—enters his life. With a famous expatriate professor as his host and a guest to an eccentric quasi-Italian household, the scholarly Oliver sets out to complete his work on Heraclitus to be translated in Italian for the next six weeks.

Set in the decidedly idyllic backdrop somewhere in the Italian Riviera, these two young men embark on a tantalizing journey of self-discovery marked by unwieldy conversations, strong physical flirtations, and Elio’s rapacious commentary of his burning desires towards the summer houseguest as his fascination evolves into something much more profound.

As Oliver’s brief tenure in Elio’s cliffside mansion dwindles by the day, both experience the agonizing torture of mixed signals, angst, and confusion that comes with first love. The affair is engaging and thrillingly erotic from their initial encounter, the inevitable consummation of their friendship, until their bittersweet separation in Rome as the summer draws to a close. The remainder of the story then deals with the aftermath that Elio faces in the wake of his relationship with Oliver when they once again cross paths—this time, as mature men in the age of new technology—to bring the novel to a decidedly touching finale.

What is astonishing about this book is the highly elegant and precise writing style of Aciman that steers this work away from the run-of-the-mill gay romance novels with gratuitous scenes of pornography that it reminds you of the works by Michael Cunningham, E.M. Forster, and Anne Rice (minus the supernatural element, of course). Instead, he deftly executes a subtle astuteness in the narrative that one can’t help but be absorbed by the sheer forcefulness of the words. Even the fate of mundanely inanimate things like a ripe peach or a pair of worn bathing trunks become sweetly perverse yet spellbinding in Aciman’s approach of storytelling. Trust me when I say that after reading this book, you will never look at peaches or swimming trunks in the same way ever again.

You can feel the stomach-churning longing Elio has for Oliver, you shiver every time their skin brushes against the other, and you swoon whenever they declare their undiluted ardor in words so deceptively simple. The reason why this is because you know what it is like to have experienced such things with the first person who had a deep influence on your love life. And while it is a relatively slim novel, Aciman delivers a heart-stopping masterpiece in just 256 pages. Indeed, there is nary a weak page that can be found in the book. Haunting, elegiac, and proudly hyperromantic, “Call Me By Your Name” will brutally remind you of the beauty and pain of an ephemeral passion that burns as bright as the summer sun.


Choice excerpt from “Call Me By Your Name” (pp. 133-134):

The dream had been right—this was coming home, like asking, Where have I been all my life? which was another way of asking, Where were you in my childhood, Oliver? which was yet another way of asking, What is life without this? which was why, in the end, it was I, and not he, who blurted out, not once, but many, many times, You’ll kill me if you stop, you’ll kill me if you stop, because it was also my way of bringing full circle the dream and the fantasy, me and him, the longed-for words from his mouth to my mouth back into his mouth, swapping words from mouth to mouth, which was when I must have begun using obscenities that he repeated after me, softly at first, till he said, “Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine,” which I’d never done in my life before and which, as soon as I said my own name as though it were his, took me to a realm I never shared with anyone in my life before, or since.





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 24, 2017, 09:04:04 pm
http://denizdennotlarblog.blogspot.com/2016/07/kitap-ad-adnla-cagr-beni-yazar-aciman.html

Adınla Çağır BeniCall Me By Your Name
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Call Me By Your NameAdınla Çağır Beni

http://denizdennotlarblog.blogspot.com/2016/07/kitap-ad-adnla-cagr-beni-yazar-aciman.html
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 25, 2017, 05:00:06 am
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A few scenes from Call Me By Your Name  taken at a premiere, source unknown.
https://twitter.com/badpostchalamet  @badpostchalamet  timothée updates
https://twitter.com/apeachpricot  @apeachpricot
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 25, 2017, 06:29:33 pm
(https://instagram.fewr1-2.fna.fbcdn.net/t51.2885-19/s150x150/20184840_320934591695020_4549105372807299072_a.jpg)  armiehammer
                                       https://www.instagram.com/armiehammer/
                                       https://www.instagram.com/p/BGpNEnkw5uJ/
                                       Sirmione, Lake Garda
                                       So long, Sirmione! 📸

nei, vi kan ikke snu nå
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Billowy



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https://www.instagram.com/p/BGpNEnkw5uJ/
https://www.instagram.com/armiehammer/
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 26, 2017, 11:24:16 am

Sad that the film is not set at the sea, as the novel is.

Later!






So if not  on the Italian Riviera, now we know where:  
Sirmione del Garda (southern end of Lake Garda),
90 km/56 mi from Crema, where Luca Guadagnino
lives and works in a 17th-century palazzo in the
center of town. Later!





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"So long, Sirmione!" 📸




(https://instagram.fewr1-2.fna.fbcdn.net/t51.2885-19/s150x150/20184840_320934591695020_4549105372807299072_a.jpg)  armiehammer
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                                       https://www.instagram.com/p/BGpNEnkw5uJ/
                                       Sirmione, Lake Garda
                                       So long, Sirmione! 📸





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 26, 2017, 01:43:38 pm

So if not  on the Italian Riviera, now we know where:  
Sirmione del Garda (southern end of Lake Garda),
90 km/56 mi from Crema, where Luca Guadagnino
lives and works in a 17th-century palazzo in the
center of town. Later!






https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html



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The director Luca Guadagnino’s exquisitely art-directed movies have become something of an obsession among interior designers.
But his ultimate set is his own apartment in a 17th-century palazzo outside of Milan. The property had been empty for 40 years before
Guadagnino spent six months renovating it. With the help of painters, he created custom paint colors for each room.




https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-E6UZ.html


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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-HP6L.html

Guadagnino says his next house will have a garden. Photo: Mikael Olsson




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https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html

Light floods the loggia, on the second floor of the palazzo. Gio Ponti Superleggera chairs by Cassina flank the dining table,
with vintage Danish chairs in the foreground. The ornately painted door is original to the building. Credit Mikael Olsson




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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-OM18.html

Guadagnino in front of a distressed mirrored panel of his design [in the Dining Room]. Photo: Mikael Olsson




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https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html

In the living room of the director Luca Guadagnino’s apartment in a 17th-century palazzo, furniture by Piero Castellini
and 18th-century Japanese painted panels. Photo: Mikael Olsson
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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-Y3DH.html

In the living room, the original frescoed ceiling and terracotta tiles uncovered during renovation,
sofa and chairs by Piero Castellini covered in C&C Milano fabrics and a La Manufacture Cogolin rug.
Guadagnino worked with the painters to hand-mix the color of the walls.




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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-FTK4.html

In the dining room, chairs by Enzo Mari for Hermès, 19th-century church candlesticks mounted as lamps and a La Manufacture Cogolin rug.
On the sideboard, a 1920s porcelain dog by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori and Hermès glasses.




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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-7BE0.html

A Tibetan tapestry hangs over a Hästens bed in the master bedroom, with Castellini chairs covered in Dedar fabric and
curtains of Hermès fabric. Photo: Mikael Olsson




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https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-VBRX.html

A fishtail palm with a backdrop of Farrow & Ball wallpaper in the black bathroom.
Photo: Mikael Olsson










https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html



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One Italian Filmmaker’s
Ultimate Set — His Own Home

Luca Guadagnino conjures a world of dark beauty in his films,
and in his apartment in a 17th-century palazzo outside of Milan.

By DANA THOMAS
AUG. 1, 2016




“I hate the concept of beauty for the sake of it. It is overrated,” says the Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino. This might sound odd coming from the creator of such movies as 2009’s I Am Love  and this year’s A Bigger Splash,  each filled with ravishing, fashionable people moving through exquisitely appointed, haute bourgeois settings — a style that could be described as high aesthete with latent passions lurking beneath. “Environment is essential. I like anything that has to do with form and space,” says Guadagnino. “But I am also a humanist [with] a very strong love and attraction for character. That’s the mixture.”

What he strives for, says his friend and frequent collaborator, the actress Tilda Swinton, is something “vital, passionate and uncontrollable.” These aspirations play out in his home as well, with each atmospheric room telling a story, much as his sets amplify his characters. Grand and simple, perfect and imperfect, harmony emerges from contrast and unlikely pairings, like modern Danish chairs in a room with doors lavishly embellished in the Lombardian Baroque style. “Spare functional furniture, in my opinion, is the genius of 20th-century design,” Guadagnino says. He adds, only half joking: “My secret desire is to be an interior designer. I’d love to make houses for rich clients who can afford to do things right.”

His calling card could be his 3,200-square-foot apartment, on the second floor of a 17th-century palazzo that sits in the heart of Crema, a city 40 minutes from Milan. When Guadagnino bought the place a few years ago, it had been empty for 40 years — since the countess who lived there died. It had “broken windows, a lot of dead pigeons and rotten wallpaper,” he says.

The renovation took six months, and Guadagnino was onsite “every day, directing the workers,” he says. After all, “I am a director.” What he discovered beneath layers of decaying wallpaper and bright midcentury paint was every palazzo owner’s dream: authentic frescoes. Ripping up the 1950s cement tiles revealed the original terracotta bricks, now cleaned and buffed. When a false ceiling was torn out in the kitchen, a 17th-century painted wood bench, now in Guadagnino’s bedroom, was found in a crawl space. He worked with the painters to mix pigment for the precise hues in each room; it took four tries to get the dining room right, from kelly green to the final slate gray. For the living room’s boiserie, he chose a navy that, depending on the hour of the day, can seem black. “The bedroom was easy,” he says. “I was eating a date, a beautiful brown, and I said to the painter, Do this color. It’s like being in the center of a huge date.”

In an office that doubles as a guest bedroom, he writes his scripts at one of two side-by-side leather desks. (His partner of seven years, also an Italian filmmaker, sits at the other.) Guadagnino, who has acquired other apartments in the building, has effectively turned much of it into his moviemaking compound. His production team works in a ground-floor suite that opens onto the cobblestone courtyard-cum-parking lot; he edits his films in a studio just above them. The actors in his films, lodged in nearby B&Bs, zoom over on bicycles and watch movies on a screen mounted to a wall in the regal living room. Doors always seem open; friends and assistants freely wander in and out, careful to avoid disturbing the few families still living in the other wing. “A good creative place,” the director says.

Guadagnino’s appreciation for incongruity began when he was a child and continued through his education. A month after he was born in Palermo, in 1971, his family moved to Ethiopia, where his Sicilian father taught history and Italian, returning home when Luca was 6. While at the University of Palermo, where he studied literature, he met Patrizia Allegra, a fixture of Sicily’s cultural scene. She would bring the then-19-year-old cinephile (with a particular fondness for Ingmar Bergman) along to dinner parties. At one, Guadagnino recalls, Allegra introduced him to the filmmakers Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. “Patrizia said: ‘Oh, Monsieur Straub, Luca wants to be a director. What is your advice? Should he go to film school?’ Straub looked at me and said, ‘If you want to be a director then you are a film director. You don’t need to go to school. Don’t.’ ”

So he didn’t. Instead, Guadagnino moved to Rome and finished his degree in literature and cinema history at Sapienza University. While there he met Laura Betti, the muse of Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini. “I approached her in complete naïveté, and she said, ‘Come visit me,’ and we became friends — this big, nasty lady and this very skinny young man,” he says with a laugh. “I could cook very well, so she used me a lot — ‘You have to come now because I have guests!’ Everybody from Bernardo Bertolucci to Valerio Adami, the painter — these big personalities, together. That was my film school.”

Guadagnino eventually found his own muse in the film Caravaggio,  directed by the British experimental filmmaker Derek Jarman. “I saw Tilda playing Lena,” he says. “I thought: Ahhh.” He eagerly sought out her films, and by the time Sally Potter’s Orlando  came out in 1992, “I was obsessed.”

He wrote a script for a short film called The Penny Arcade Peepshow,  inspired by William S. Burroughs’s writings, and sent a letter to Swinton, via her agent, asking if she’d star in it. He never heard back. A few months later he read that she was in Rome for an event. He went and “was staring at her like a stalker. Staring!” Guadagnino says, clearly amused by his youthful gaucherie. “After one hour, she said, ‘What can I do for you?’ ”

Somehow he convinced her to be in his film, and he pulled together money for her business-class ticket from London and kicked out his roommates so she could stay in his flat. “She was incredibly cool. The coolest,” he says. “After three days, she said, ‘We are going to be partners in crime and the crime is cinema.’ And we have become that.”

They never finished the film — he ran out of money. But she agreed to appear in his first feature, The Protagonists,  which he now dismisses as a learning experience. Later she starred in I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash.  The former film established Guadagnino’s mature style, both as a filmmaker and a creator of environments of melancholic glamour. “Polished and refined are the last words I would use to describe his work, and I mean that as a high compliment,” Swinton says. “There is nothing smoothed away, hidden or suppressed. Rather, a proper rawness of sensibility and pulse, something pagan, profoundly wild.”

I Am Love  is shot in the architect Piero Portaluppi’s masterpiece, the Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan, and it is as much a star of the film as Swinton. Portaluppi, the Italian Modernist architect of choice to society in the 1920s and ’30s, was an obsessive perfectionist, much like Guadagnino. “We have no bedside tables because I can’t find any that I like yet,” he says. “My partner wants to kill me!”

The passionate cook had better luck in the kitchen, with a fishmonger’s stone sink from Genoa and a large cheese-maker’s table from a nearby village. The shelves are packed with international cookbooks. “I like to host — a lot,” he says.

Dinner parties are staged in the enclosed loggia that runs the length of the apartment, the mix of guests cast as carefully as his films. “You know when they say you need to put people who go well together?” Guadagnino asks. “I much prefer to put people who fight at the table. Then you have some sort of sparkle at the dinner!”

For one meal, friend and fellow director James Ivory filmed Guadagnino rolling and cutting fresh fettuccine on his pasta-maker. “Luca is no less commanding in the kitchen than on his set — tall, semi-bald, his hair flying up every which way,” Ivory says. Though Guadagnino usually cooks himself, on occasion he invites his friend Niko Romito, Abruzzo’s three-Michelin-star chef, to take charge. Then, the director says, everyone eats very well.

In the loggia, there is an accountant’s standing desk piled with garden books — evidence of yet another love, horticulture. Guadagnino tells me about a trip to Sweden last summer, to visit Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf’s Dream Park. “I told my friends, ‘We have to be there at 8 o’clock in the morning when the light is nicest.’ We land there and everyone is grumpy and then we turn and we are in front of this wonder, and everyone exhales. We spent two hours wandering around. I must admit, I had this slight attack of Stendhal Syndrome.”

He pauses and looks out the window onto the old, twisted plum tree that grows in the courtyard.

“The next house will have a garden.”



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 26, 2017, 02:13:49 pm

The film’s costumes and production design nail the look of 1980s rural Italy, with Guadagnino actually having shot in and around the picturesque village [Crema, Cremona, Lombardy] where he lives. References to political life in Italy, entirely absent from the novel, are also convincing and add texture. Some classical pieces and Sufjan Stevens’ glorious score complete the all-round classy package.





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http://www.mynewplaidpants.com/2016/06/armie-is-still-taking-italy.html
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 27, 2017, 03:34:17 am
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 27, 2017, 02:09:29 pm





Call Me by Your Name  is a masterful work because of the specificity of its details. This is not a love story that “just happens to be gay”. The level of trust and strength these characters share brings a richness that is not necessarily known to a universal audience. But the craft on display from all involved is an example, yet again, of how movies can create empathy in an almost spiritual way. This is a major entry in the canon of queer cinema.







https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/jan/23/call-me-by-your-name-review-italian-romance


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Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Luca Guadagnino's masterful coming-of-age tale of an Italian fling between visiting academic
Armie Hammer and professor’s son Timothée Chalamet is a major addition to the queer canon



by Jordan Hoffman
@jhoffman
Monday 23 January 2017 06.27 EST


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‘Touching and triumphant’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




Let’s bite right into the sweetest part of the fruit while it’s ripe. There’s a scene near the end of Luca Guadagnino's adaptation of André Aciman's novel Call Me by Your Name  between Michael Stuhlbarg and Timothée Chalamet that is, I feel confident in saying, one of the best exchanges between father and son in the history of cinema. We’ll all be quoting from it for the rest of our lives.

For many it will be a moment of wish fulfilment, and that may go doubly for queer people whose parents tragically reject them for their nature. The scene is touching and triumphant, but it wouldn’t work on an island. It comes after a build-up, an unhurried coming-of-age tale set in 1980s Italy reminiscent of the best of Eric Rohmer, Bernardo Bertolucci and André Téchiné, in which Elio (Chalamet) falls in love with Oliver (Armie Hammer) and needs to decide how he’ll direct the rest of his life.

Oliver is the latest in a string of annual research assistants joining Professor Perlman (Stuhlbarg) at his family’s fabulous summer villa. Elio’s father is an archaeologist/art historian, and his French mother (Amira Casar) recites German poetry, translating it on the fly as the two men in her life cuddle up with her on the couch. For fun Elio transcribes classical piano scores, which he can also transpose to guitar. The Perlman family is one that can slip a reference to Heidegger into conversation and no one will bat an eye.

It’s a world where the broad-shouldered, blond Oliver fits in nicely. He savagely owns Professor Perlman with his mad etymology skills, breaking down the word “apricot” to its Latin, Greek and Arabic roots. His half-unbuttoned shirt reveals a Star of David necklace, which catches 17-year-old Elio by surprise. (Elio later explains that his mother considers the Perlmans “Jews [of] discretion” in the sleepy northern Italian vacation village.) At first Elio is annoyed by Oliver, but quickly becomes infatuated. How Oliver feels about Elio is more of a mystery, but as the days and nights continue (so many meals outside! And dancing to the Psychedelic Furs!) the invitations to “go for a swim” eventually turn intimate.

Of the numerous fascinating, nuanced and realistic facets to their relationship, it’s hard at times to determine who is the driving force. Elio seems the aggressor, and unashamed about his feelings. (Though why is he so determined that his family’s gay friends catch him smooching a vacationing French girl?) Oliver seems so lithe, but are his initial rejections meant to protect Elio, or is he himself panicked about doing “something bad”? Luckily, this is a movie wise enough for its characters to be a little contradictory.

Luca Guadagnino’s last two films, A Bigger Splash  and I Am Love,  were both highly stylised, with dazzling extreme closeups, high-speed editing and brash musical selections. To put it in blunt terms, he reels it in this time. Scenes play out at a pace more befitting a summer in the Italian sun, and while there’s no shortage of well-placed props (a Robert Mapplethorpe print here, a Talking Heads T-shirt there) the natural settings and ancient cities are enough to keep the frame looking marvellous. A lesser film-maker (and co-writers including Walter Fasano and the great 88-year-old James Ivory) would probably cut the scene where bike-riding Elio and Oliver ask for a glass of water from an old woman peeling beans outside an old house. But these are the true-to-life grace notes that make this film so touching.

Call Me by Your Name  is a masterful work because of the specificity of its details. This is not a love story that “just happens to be gay”. The level of trust and strength these characters share brings a richness that is not necessarily known to a universal audience. But the craft on display from all involved is an example, yet again, of how movies can create empathy in an almost spiritual way. This is a major entry in the canon of queer cinema.



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 27, 2017, 02:43:29 pm



Luca Guadagnino’s last two films, A Bigger Splash  and I Am Love,  were both highly stylised, with dazzling extreme closeups, high-speed editing and brash musical selections. To put it in blunt terms, he reels it in this time. Scenes play out at a pace more befitting a summer in the Italian sun, and while there’s no shortage of well-placed props (a Robert Mapplethorpe print here, a Talking Heads T-shirt there) the natural settings and ancient cities are enough to keep the frame looking marvellous. A lesser film-maker (and co-writers including Walter Fasano and the great 88-year-old James Ivory) would probably cut the scene where bike-riding Elio and Oliver ask for a glass of water from an old woman peeling beans outside an old house. But these are the true-to-life grace notes that make this film so touching.






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http://www.mynewplaidpants.com/2016/06/armie-is-still-taking-italy.html



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Post by: Front-Ranger on August 27, 2017, 10:45:38 pm
Today I just caught the end of an NPR film review that "built on" the foundation of Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight. I wonder if this movie was it.
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Post by: southendmd on August 28, 2017, 12:53:42 pm

Brent Of The Fabulous Wild
the collective musings of an average everyday sane psycho supergod

Book Review: “Call Me By Your Name”
                     by André Aciman



This review of the book is spot on.  Thanks, John!

Later!
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Post by: southendmd on August 28, 2017, 01:19:00 pm
OK, Lake Garda makes some sense.  It's sea-like. 


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Well!  Is that a kiss or is daring to eat a peach?
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 28, 2017, 06:32:07 pm
Today I just caught the end of an NPR film review that "built on" the foundation of Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight. I wonder if this movie was it.




Possibly, Lee, but, as amazing as Call Me By Your Name  promises to be, there are two other new gay movies (also  from Sundance 2017!) opening this week that might be more likely to be "built on" the foundation of Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight--

FIRST, one is actually being hailed as the Yorkshire Brokeback  (or Brokeback Moor   ;)  --with SHEEP!!   :laugh: )--
British actor Josh O'Connor and Romanian actor Alec Secăreanu star in God's Own Country  (opens Sept 1 2017 UK) by Yorkshire once actor now director Francis Lee (yet another Lee!)

I have a thread about it in Culture Tent, take a look HERE:






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GOD'S OWN COUNTRY Official Trailer (2017) LGBT
Published on Jun 20, 2017



Johnny Saxby works long hours in brutal isolation on his family’s remote farm in the north of England. He numbs the daily frustration of his lonely existence with nightly binge-drinking at the local pub and casual sex. When a handsome Romanian migrant worker arrives to take up temporary work on the family farm, Johnny suddenly finds himself having to deal with emotions he has never felt before. An intense relationship forms between the two which could change Johnny’s life forever.





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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God%27s_Own_Country_(2017_film)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5635086/







SECONDLY, the film everyone is referencing as the new Moonlight  is director Eliza Hittman's "Dreamy Knockout" Beach Rats  starring "Breakout", "Powerhouse" Harris Dickinson (the BRITISH actor apparently stuns with his authentic Brooklyn accent).


I have a different thread about this film in Culture Tent, take a look HERE (and browse--I will be adding more!):







In a year filled with astonishing breakout big-screen performances, Harris Dickinson stands out, and you will have a hard time getting his work here out of your head. At a recent advanced screening of the film at Outfest Film Festival in Los Angeles, soft-spoken and charming Eliza Hittman participated in a Q&A after the film. A piercing collective gasp echoed throughout the room when she revealed that Dickinson is, in fact, English. He is so convincing as a hood rat from Brooklyn that one would assume Hittman had simply plucked him off the street right before cameras rolled. His New York accent is masterful, and the way he carries himself is uncanny. This is also a performance of extraordinary magnetism and emotional weight.



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Harris Dickinson gives a breakout performance in Eliza Hittman's Sundance hit Beach Rats    Photograph: NEON






Enjoy!   :)




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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 28, 2017, 07:52:47 pm

Brent Of The Fabulous Wild
the collective musings of an average everyday sane psycho supergod

Book Review: “Call Me By Your Name”
                     by André Aciman





This review of the book is spot on.  Thanks, John!

Later!






Yes!!!





What is astonishing about this book is the highly elegant and precise writing style of Aciman that steers this work away from the run-of-the-mill gay romance novels with gratuitous scenes of pornography [....] Instead, he deftly executes a subtle astuteness in the narrative that one can’t help but be absorbed by the sheer forcefulness of the words. [....]

You can feel the stomach-churning longing Elio has for Oliver, you shiver every time their skin brushes against the other, and you swoon whenever they declare their undiluted ardor in words so deceptively simple. The reason why this is because you know what it is like to have experienced such things with the first person who had a deep influence on your love life. And while it is a relatively slim novel, Aciman delivers a heart-stopping masterpiece in just 256 pages. Indeed, there is nary a weak page that can be found in the book. Haunting, elegiac, and proudly hyperromantic, Call Me By Your Name  will brutally remind you of the beauty and pain of an ephemeral passion that burns as bright as the summer sun.






Woah!   :o :o :o


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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 28, 2017, 09:14:13 pm
OK, Lake Garda makes some sense.  It's sea-like.




We shall see, however, if Guadagnino keeps the references (and so many references in Aciman!) to Monet's Berm--




https://akidfromguam.wordpress.com/2015/01/01/124/


A Kid From Guam
Just an island boy living in the city


Monet’s Berm
Posted on January 1, 2015 by Ryan Galindo  @rygalindo


“It never occurred to me that I had brought him here not just to show him my little world, but to ask my little world to let him in, so that the place where I came to be alone on summer afternoons would get to know him, judge him, see if he fitted in, take him in, so that I might come back here and remember. Here I would come to escape the known world and seek another of my own invention; I was basically introducing him to my launchpad. All I had to do was list the works I’d read here and he’d know all the places I’d traveled to.”

Elio, Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman



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(Ooops, though, this kind poster seems to have chosen an image taken from Cliffs at Varengeville  near Dieppe
over looking the Atlantic or even the English Channel (!!!)--nope, let's try for something else--)



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Bordighera, Claude Monet 1883, oil on canvas 65 x 81 cm,
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Illinois USA. Riviera Italy.

Painting Description:
The Citta Alta of Bordighera emerges from behind the pine trees.
The canvas was painted by Monet from the Torre dei Mostaccini.




That's better! Better than that--in the novel, the town is never mentioned other than the capital letter 'B',
but when you look Bordighera up on Google Maps, right near the water you find a restaurant:
Monet's Café--perfect!

click for the link:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/18012+Bordighera,+Province+of+Imperia,+Italy/@43.7853098,7.6553045,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x12cdf3b7493a1e09:0x4e876555b0b2bb3!8m2!3d43.7806979!4d7.6722799


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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 28, 2017, 09:27:35 pm
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Well!  Is that a kiss or is daring to eat a peach?




Heh! Could be! (But talk about daring--   :o ::) :laugh: )




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But of course, coming back to Monet's Berm--




"So this is where Monet came to paint."

"I'll show you at home. We have a book with wonderful reproductions of the area around here."

"Yes, you'll have to show me."





And this happens--




"Better now?" he asked afterward.

I did not answer but lifted my face to his and kissed him again, almost savagely, not because I was filled with passion or even because his kiss still lacked the zeal I was looking for, but because [....]



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 28, 2017, 10:39:46 pm


http://www.speakoutmag.com/2017/01/call-me-by-your-name-has-sundance-and.html


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"CALL ME BY YOUR NAME" HAS SUNDANCE (AND ME) IN TEARS
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AUTHOR: HANNAH LEE, MONDAY, JANUARY 30TH AT 1:00:00 PM


It is a rare day that a novel that you've clutched to your chest an unspeakable amount of times gets a movie deal. However, for once, the stars have aligned. The film gods decided that I have been burned one too many times and let me have this one momentous occasion. One of my most adored novels is now a movie. Nay, it's a budding cultural masterpiece that will go down in cinematic history. Alright, fine, I haven't seen it yet, but I know it's going to be good. I feel it in my bones.

Call Me By Your Name  was written by André Aciman who is a distinguished professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. The novel is a coming of age story set in Italy during the 1980s about a teenager named Elio. During one summer, Elio helplessly and suddenly falls in love with a man named Oliver, a visiting scholar who comes to work with Elio's father. It's tense, fraught, heart-wrenching, but beautiful and passionate. It is a novel that The New York Times  has called "exceptionally beautiful" and Aciman's prose has been likened to Proust.

Not only is this film directed by award-winning, world renowned film director Luca Guadagnino, it stars Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, as Elio and Oliver respectively. If Hammer's part in the movie didn't at least pique your curiosity, there's no hope for you. Furthemore, the film features original songs performed by Sufjan Stevens. Yes, you read that correctly. Sufjan Stevens. The songs have been described as "'ethereal'" and having a "'wistful elation.'" This film is in good hands. I couldn't have asked for anything better.

Hopefully, this movie is released in theaters soon because I'm losing my mind hearing about it receiving a standing ovation at Sundance and people dancing in the streets on a cinematic high.





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Sony Pictures bought the film and it will be released theatrically sometime, fingers crossed, soon. In the mean time if you're starved for content like I am, you can watch Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg (who plays Elio's father) talk about the film here and weep along with me.

UPDATE AT MONDAY, JANUARY 30TH AT 4:41 P.M.: I lied. The first clip came out an hour ago. You can watch it here and, again, weep with me





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 29, 2017, 08:35:27 am




But of course, coming back to Monet's Berm--




"So this is where Monet came to paint."

"I'll show you at home. We have a book with wonderful reproductions of the area around here."

"Yes, you'll have to show me."





And this happens--




"Better now?" he asked afterward.

I did not answer but lifted my face to his and kissed him again, almost savagely, not because I was filled with passion or even because his kiss still lacked the zeal I was looking for, but because [....]



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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 29, 2017, 07:34:49 pm

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Each leaning on one arm, we both stared out at the view.

"You're the luckiest kid in the world," he said.

"You don't know the half of it."

[....]

"Let's see then--"


And before I knew it, he sidled up to me. We were too close, I thought, I had never been so close to him before except in a dream or when he cupped his hand to light my cigarette. If he brought his ear any closer he'd hear my heart. I'd seen it written in novels but never believed it until now. He stared me right in the face, as though he liked my face and wished to study it and to linger on it---
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 29, 2017, 08:01:21 pm
"You're making things very difficult for me."

Was he by any chance referring to our staring?

I didn't back down. Neither did he. Yes, he was referring to our staring.

"Why am I making things difficult?"

My heart was beating too fast for me to speak coherently, I wasn't even
ashamed of showing how flushed I was. So let him know, let him.

"Because it would be very wrong."

"Would?"  I asked.

Was there a ray of hope, then?

He sat down on the grass, then lay down on his back,
his arms under his head, as he stared at the sky.


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 29, 2017, 08:38:22 pm

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The next morning we went swimming together. [....] Later, as he performed his own version of the dead-man's float, I wanted to hold him, as swimming instructors do when they hold your body so lightly that they seem to keep you afloat with barely a touch of their fingers. Why did I feel older than he was at that moment? I wanted to protect him from everything this morning, from the rocks, from the jellyfish, now that jellyfish season was upon us--

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 29, 2017, 09:02:20 pm
The foot that came to rest on mine under the table told me that perhaps I should let it go and assume my father was onto something. "He's no fool," he said later that morning as he was getting ready to head up to B.

"Want me to come with?"

"No, better keep a low profile. You should work on your Haydn today. Later."

"Later."

Marzia called that morning while he was about to leave. He almost winked when he handed me the telephone. There was no hint of irony, nothing that didn't remind me, unless I was mistaken--and I don't think I was--that what we had between us was the total transparency that exists among friends only.

Perhaps we were friends first and lovers second.

But then perhaps this is what lovers are.

[....]

For weeks I had mistaken his stare for barefaced hostility. I was wide of the mark. It was simply a shy man's way of holding someone else's gaze.

We were, it finally dawned on me, the two shyest persons in the world.






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Peter Spears‏ @pjspears  Aug 13
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Producer, "Call Me By Your Name"

The day it all began--the table read of CMBYN script.

#victoiredubois #amiracasar @RealChalamet me #lucaguadagnino @armiehammer #michaelstuhlbarg



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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5726616/fullcredits/

Armie Hammer   ...          Oliver
Timothée Chalamet   ...          Elio          
Michael Stuhlbarg   ...         Mr. Perlman
Amira Casar   ...            Annella
Esther Garrel   ...           Marzia
Victoire Du Bois   ...       Chiara
                          Andre Aciman   ...        Mounir (as André Aciman)
                  Peter Spears   ...         Isaac (and Producer)

Luca Guadagnino   ...     Director



But of course we know where that fabulous loggia with the refectory table is located--









https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html



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The director Luca Guadagnino’s exquisitely art-directed movies have become something of an obsession among interior designers.
But his ultimate set is his own apartment in a 17th-century palazzo outside of Milan. The property had been empty for 40 years before
Guadagnino spent six months renovating it. With the help of painters, he created custom paint colors for each room.



https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-E6UZ.html



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Guadagnino says his next house will have a garden. Photo: Mikael Olsson




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Light floods the loggia, on the second floor of the palazzo. Gio Ponti Superleggera chairs by Cassina flank the dining table,
with vintage Danish chairs in the foreground. The ornately painted door is original to the building. Credit Mikael Olsson

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 30, 2017, 06:00:04 pm
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Oliver needed company. He began by sharing my table but eventually grew to like throwing a large sheet on the grass and lying on it, flanked by loose pages of his manuscript and what he liked to call his "things": lemonade, suntan lotion, books, espadrilles, sunglasses, colored pens, and music, which he listened to with headphones, so that it was impossible to speak to him unless he was speaking to you first. Sometimes, when I came downstairs with my scorebook or other books in the morning, he was already sprawled in the sun wearing his red or yellow bathing suit and sweating. We'd go jogging or swimming, and return to find breakfast waiting for us. Then he got in the habit of leaving his "things" on the grass and lying right on the tiled edge of the pool--called "heaven," short for "This is heaven," as he often said after lunch, "I'm going to heaven now," adding, as an inside joke among Latinists, "to apricate." We would tease him about the countless hours he would spend soaking in suntan lotion as he lay on the exact spot along the pool. "How long were you in heaven  this morning?" my mother would ask. "Two straight hours. But I plan to return early this afternoon for a much longer aprication." Going to the orle of paradise  also meant lying on his back along the edge of the pool with one leg dangling in the water, wearing his headphones and his straw hat flat on his face.

Here was someone who lacked for nothing. I couldn't understand this feeling. I envied him.





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 30, 2017, 09:40:43 pm

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Scene/Behind the scene--




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 30, 2017, 10:29:50 pm


Oh! Oh! Oh! This is going to hurt--


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"It's the compassion and wry wisdom of “Call Me by Your Name” — beautifully articulated by Michael Stuhlbarg as Elio’s erudite, progressive-minded father — that catch you off-guard. The haunting final scene leaves Elio’s blissful summer behind, as if to remind us that, to everything, there is a season. I couldn’t have been the only viewer who exited Guadagnino’s movie and walked out into the [Sundance 2017] freezing cold, feeling sadder but somehow, magically, warmer."

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FYI, click the link below to watch a very, very clever homage of the original Charlie Puth/Selena Gomez "side-by-side" music video 'We Don't Talk Anymore' with Armie-Oliver/Timothée -Elio!

Watch it quickly before it is taken down--the Chinese fan seems to think it will. Also--click to the right for 'translate' and you can see the clever streaming commentary within the video changed from Chinese characters into English:




https://www.bilibili.com/video/av10675995/




If you are interested, here is the original (NON Oliver/Elio) version on Youtube:




[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AtDnEC4zak[/youtube]
We Don't Talk Anymore (2016)
(I wish it WAS  ELIO and OLIVER--Sad!
Charlie Puth featuring Selena Gomez
Published on Aug 2, 2016


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 31, 2017, 09:56:20 am




Though their relationship [that of Elio and Oliver] dominates the majority of the second half of the feature, Call Me by Your Name  never feels like a “gay romance movie”, instead presenting itself as a film that celebrates love and sexuality, whoever it happens to be between.  As to be expected Call Me by Your Name  lives and dies on the chemistry between Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, and the two are simply electric together.  At once certain yet unsure of themselves and each other, neither has complete control of the relationship, and it plays in the film’s favour that, despite appearing the more experienced, Hammer’s Oliver emerges as perhaps the more vulnerable partner; on the mention of Hammer, the actor has never been as good as he is here, exuding a charisma that is intoxicating to witness.







http://iris.theaureview.com/sydney-film-festival-review-call-me-by-your-name-italyusa-2017-is-a-near-flawless-picture-that-celebrates-the-universality-of-love/

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SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL
Sydney Film Festival Review
Call Me by Your Name
IS A NEAR-FLAWLESS PICTURE THAT CELEBRATES THE UNIVERSALITY OF LOVE

by PETER GRAY
JUNE 18, 2017


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‘Near-flawless’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




Thoroughly engaging, immensely poignant, and remarkably evocative, Call Me by Your Name  functions as both a coming-of-age tale and a love story, likely to surprise viewers as to where it travels on both accounts.

Based on the novel by André Aciman, and co-penned for the screen by director Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash),  James Ivory (director of such Award-winning productions as A Room With A View, Howards End, and The Remains of the Day ) and editor Walter Fasano, this lush and intense drama tells of 17 year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet), a curious young man who is in the midst of his first sexual affair with a visiting girl friend during the summer of 1983 Italy.

As comfortable as he is, it’s the arrival of older 20-something American visitor Oliver (Armie Hammer), an academic called to assist Elio’s father (Michael Stuhlbarg) on an archaeological project, that particularly takes his interest, shaking up his views on sexuality and personal attraction in the process.

With a casual demeanour that charms Elio’s parents but rubs the young man the wrong way, Oliver initially earns a cold reception from Elio, something Oliver senses and returns in his own effortless manner.  When Oliver appears to be enjoying the company of multiple local females, Elio can’t help but have his interest piqued, and it’s through their misinterpretations of each other that they acknowledge their feelings for one another.

Though their relationship dominates the majority of the second half of the feature, Call Me by Your Name  never feels like a “gay romance movie”, instead presenting itself as a film that celebrates love and sexuality, whoever it happens to be between.  As to be expected Call Me by Your Name  lives and dies on the chemistry between Hammer and Chalamet, and the two are simply electric together.  At once certain yet unsure of themselves and each other, neither has complete control of the relationship, and it plays in the film’s favour that, despite appearing the more experienced, Hammer’s Oliver emerges as perhaps the more vulnerable partner; on the mention of Hammer, the actor has never been as good as he is here, exuding a charisma that is intoxicating to witness.

Given Guadagnino’s penchant for lush European settings, it’s unsurprising at how utterly gorgeous this film is to look at, not to mention the 1980’s period setting allowing some choice soundtrack cuts, most notably The Psychedelic Furs“Love My Way“, to provide an additive to the film’s erotic nature; offsetting this is musician Sufjan Stevens‘ original song contributions which play into the film’s fairytale-like mentality.

Continuing the significance of mainstream cinema embracing films with gay themes that began with Moonlight earlier this year, Call Me by Your Name,  though likely to resonate stronger with gay viewers, is a near-flawless picture that celebrates the universality of love.



Review Score: FOUR AND A HALF STARS (OUT OF FIVE)

Call Me By Your Name screened as part of Sydney Film Festival, where it was reviewed.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on August 31, 2017, 03:53:31 pm


Oh! Oh! Oh! This is going to hurt--

I think you're right about that.

Quote
https://www.bilibili.com/video/av10675995/

Very clever indeed!

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on August 31, 2017, 07:54:41 pm
Oh! Oh! Oh! This is going to hurt--



I think you're right about that.



Or as the clever Chinese fan video auteur says (or streaming commenters say): "Hammer have a baby... ...crying messy" and "I deserve to scream Too Sad............"



https://www.bilibili.com/video/av10675995/



Very clever indeed!



Quite the astute critic as well (we hope!):  "And the novel is quite consistent timmy really good tender  ah"



 :) ;)
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 07:29:37 am


http://thelowdownunder.com/2017/08/23/2017-miff-audience-award-winners-announced-call-me-by-your-name-best-film/

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2017 MIFF AUDIENCE AWARDS PRESENTED BY WANDER VICTORIA

‘CALL ME BY YOUR NAME’ TOPS BEST FEATURE FILM LIST
‘ALL FOR ONE’ AWARDED BEST DOCUMENTARY


Celebrating its 66th edition, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) concluded on 20 August after 18 days jam-packed with films, guests, talks and events.

This year 346 films screened across 539 sessions, 17 virtual reality experiences played out across 247 screenings, there were 12 curated talks, 123 film intros and post film Q&As, 24 special events and 180 festival guests. Thirty-two of the guests flew from overseas and of these, one spent as much time on the plane as in the city (16 hours). Approximately 25% of our guests (47) were Indigenous Australians and travelled distances that easily rival international flights in order to join the festival! And last, but certainly not least, 407 volunteers across 3962 shifts gave their time to help MIFF.

Audiences flocked to sessions from 10am to 1am, and even all night for the Sci-Fi marathon at the Astor. They queued, discussed, deconstructed and at the end of each session they were encouraged to rate the films online for the Audience Award. One lucky person who rated the films they watched will win the ultimate Wander Weekend in the Grampians, enjoying fine dining, luxurious accommodation and the great outdoors thanks to Wander Victoria.  But for now, we are very pleased to announce the 2017 MIFF Audience Award winners.

Top 10 Features:

1: Call Me By Your Name
2: Ali’s Wedding
3: The Party
4: Top of the Lake: China Girl
5: Brigsby Bear
6: Ethel & Ernest
7: A Fantastic Woman
8: Loving Vincent
9: That’s Not Me
10: Lucky


Top 10 Documentaries:

1: All For One
2: Unrest
3: The Song Keepers
4: I Am Not Your Negro
5: Faces Places
6: City of Ghosts
7: Roller Dreams
8: Step
9: Pecking Order
10: Mountain

MIFF dates are locked and ready for 2018 too! Only 343 days until MIFF returns from 2 – 19 August 2018.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 08:18:30 am
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[Bede’s MIFF 2017 Audio Reviews #1]
Radiance and Call Me By Your Name




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RADIANCE and CALL ME BY YOUR NAME


Welcome to the 1st edition of my 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this very first one, I share my thoughts on STILL THE WATER director Naomi Kawase’s latest film RADIANCE and A BIGGER SPLASH director Luca Guadagnino’s latest film the coming-of-age romance CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

For more of my experiences at MIFF, follow me at  www.twitter.com/BedeJermyn for my daily random thoughts and first reactions to all the films at the festival.

Audio reviews by Bede Jermyn






(Click and scroll and click to 5:47- 12:28 to hear the audio review

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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 09:34:48 am
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“He came. He left.
Nothing else had changed.
I had not changed.
The world hadn’t changed.
Yet nothing would be the same.
All that remains is dreammaking
and strange remembrance.”


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armey Hammer




26th August 2017  354 notes

#callmebyyourname  #cmbyn  #andréaciman  #lucaguadagnino  #lgbt
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman  #armie hammer  #oliver  #ulliva
#book  #novel  #gaynovel  #movies  #film #lgbtmovie
#i made this before the trailer  #but then i couldn't post it
#i couldn't post this shit after that masterpiece
#later!

      


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 01, 2017, 12:30:18 pm
You're killing me, John!  :P
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 02:40:38 pm
You're killing me, John!  :P




Well, it isn't murder, it's murder/suicide, if that helps!!   :laugh: :laugh:

Meanwhile, talk about another nail in the (double) coffin:






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Ok, i know the photo isn't of Armey, but the image is great, isn't it?

Click either link immediately below to hear Armey Hammer reading/reciting
the last paragraph of the last page of

André Aciman's Call Me By Your Name


https://www.instagram.com/p/BYOvXZkhyRT/?hl=en&taken-by=armiehammer
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I stopped for a second.

If you remember everything, I wanted to say, and if you are really like me, then before you leave tomorrow, or when you're just ready to shut the door of the taxi and have already said goodbye to everyone else and there's not a thing left to say in this life, then, just this once, turn to me, even in jest, or as an afterthought, which would have meant everything to me when we were together, and, as you did back then, look me in the face, hold my gaze, and call me by your name.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armey Hammer



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Just finished "Call me by your name". Can't wait to see the movie. The story is utterly beautiful and delicate.
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Armie Hammer, Call Me By Your Name, cmbyn updates and Timothée Chalamet






Mi sono fermato un secondo.

Se ti ricordi tutto, volevo dirgli, e se sei davvero come me, allora domani prima di partire o quando sei pronto per chiudere la porta del taxi e hai già salutato gli altri e non c’è più nulla da dire in questa vita, allora, una volta soltanto, girati verso di me, anche per scherzo, o perché ci hai ripensato e, come avevi già fatto allora, guardami negli occhi, trattieni il mio sguardo, e chiamami col tuo nome.

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 07:10:57 pm

It’s a world where the broad-shouldered, blond Oliver fits in nicely. He savagely owns Professor Perlman with his mad etymology skills, breaking down the word “apricot” to its Latin, Greek and Arabic roots. His half-unbuttoned shirt reveals a Star of David necklace, which catches 17-year-old Elio by surprise. (Elio later explains that his mother considers the Perlmans “Jews of discretion” in the sleepy northern Italian vacation village.) At first Elio is annoyed by Oliver, but quickly becomes infatuated. How Oliver feels about Elio is more of a mystery, but as the days and nights continue (so many meals outside! And dancing to the Psychedelic Furs!) the invitations to “go for a swim” eventually turn intimate.






Given Guadagnino’s penchant for lush European settings, it’s unsurprising at how utterly gorgeous this film is to look at, not to mention the 1980’s period setting allowing some choice soundtrack cuts, most notably The Psychedelic Furs“Love My Way“, to provide an additive to the film’s erotic nature; offsetting this is musician Sufjan Stevens‘ original song contributions which play into the film’s fairytale-like mentality.






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The Psychedelic Furs   Love My Way
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Love My Way (1982)

There's an army on the dance floor
It's a fashion with a gun my love
In a room without a door
A kiss is not enough in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
They'd put us on a railroad
They'd dearly make us pay
For laughing in their faces
And making it our way
There's emptiness behind their eyes
There's dust in all their hearts
They just want to steal us all
And take us all apart
But not in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
So swallow all your tears my love
And put on your new face
You can never win or lose
If you don't run the race



Songwriters: John Ashton / Richard Lofthouse Butler / Timothy Butler / Vincent Davey
Love My Way lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC



In 1982, the band was reduced to a four-piece with the departures of Morris and Kilburn, and moved to the U.S. in search of a producer.[6] The band recorded their next album, "Forever Now", with record producer Todd Rundgren in Woodstock, New York. This album contained "Love My Way", which became another UK chart entry, and also their first US Billboard Hot 100 charting single.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Psychedelic_Furs
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_My_Way_(song)



By the way--

In the summer of 1983, Elio and Oliver might  have gone to the movies to see--






[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcEchaH6EJk[/youtube]
Valley Girl   (1983)
Modern English   I Melt with You

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valley_Girl_(film)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_English_(band)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Melt_with_You


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 01, 2017, 10:22:46 pm
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“All the knowledge I possess
everyone else can acquire,
but my heart is exclusively
my own.”      Goethe

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The very thought of this suddenly made me want to drop everything I would do today and run to him. I waited about ten minutes, then took out my bike and, despite my promise not to go biking that day, headed out by way of Marzia's home and scaled the steep hillside road as fast as I could. When I reached the piazzetta I realized I had arrived minutes after him.




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He was parking his bike, had already purchased the Herald Tribune,  and was heading for the post office--his first errand. "I had to see you," I said as I rushed to him. "Why, something wrong?" "I just had to see you." "Aren't you sick of me?" I thought I was--I was about to say--and I wanted to be--"I just wanted to be with you," I said. Then it hit me: "If you want, I'll go back now," I said.




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He stood still, dropped his hand with the bundle of unsent letters still in it, and simply stood there staring at me, shaking his head. "Do you have any idea how glad I am we slept together?"


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armey Hammer





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#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman  #armie hammer  #oliver  #ulliva
#book  #novel  #gaynovel  #movies  #film #lgbtmovie  #video
#later peaches  #later!
#fuck me elio

      


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 03, 2017, 08:43:50 am
Want to live in Elio's house? Yup, Villa Perlman is YOURS if you want it, for €1,800,000 or US$2,135,000, just a bike ride of 11km or 6 miles south of Crema, where Luca Guadagnino lives!  :laugh: :laugh:
In the photo of the front elevation, Elio's bedroom is the upstairs corner on the right. 20 rooms, 5 bathrooms, spacious salon, library, dining room, impressive staircase, frescoes, and, of course,  
an Oliver with his own bicycle comes with the price, I'm assuming--!




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By the way, here's Elio dreamily looking out the ground floor window
immediately below his (and then Oliver's) bedroom window:




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--and I think  that if you jumped into that open ground floor window
you would be in the Grand Salon, looking at Elio's piano in the foreground:




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http://www.awardsdaily.com/2017/08/28/beautiful-new-stills-released-call-name/




--and then, of course, there's this little welcoming tour here:




[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B89tJUc_f0[/youtube]
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
ELIO MEETS OLIVER
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Feb 10, 2017

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 03, 2017, 09:38:17 am
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"I was waiting for you," I said.

"I thought you'd gone to sleep.
I even thought you didn't want to."

"No. Waiting. I just turned the lights off."

I looked up to our house. The window shutters were all closed.
I bent down and kissed him on his neck. It was the first time
I had kissed him with feeling, not just desire.
He put his arm around me.
Harmless, if anyone saw.





Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 03, 2017, 11:48:21 am
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"Do you like me that much, Elio?"

"Do I like you?" I wanted to sound incredulous, as though to question how he could ever have doubted such a thing. But then I thought better of it and was on the point of softening the tone of my answer with a meaningful evasive Perhaps  that was supposed to mean Absolutely, when I let my tongue loose: "Do I like you, Oliver? I worship you." There, I'd said it. I wanted the word to startle him and to come like a slap in the face so that it might be instantly followed with the most languorous caresses.




Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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What’s liking
when we’re talking about
worshipping?




Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 03, 2017, 09:39:59 pm

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In this issue…

Invisible Touch
A conversation with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino about how to capture love on film.

Love My Way
Call Me By Your Name stars Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet discuss life and love, while we meet up-and-coming French actor Esther Garrel.

First Love
Twelve tall tales of formative movie love from a selection of cinephiles.

Eat a Peach
How fruit and sex have overlapped and intermingled throughout the history of art, literature and culture.

Threads #3
Men’s swimming trunks are placed under the microscope in our column about fashion and film.

Extra Assignments
Three short movie appreciations of A Room With a View, A Nos Amours and A Day in the Country, each intended as vita supplementary viewing for our cover film.

Interviews...

Jane Goldman talks about her intricate writing process ahead of the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle and The Limehouse Golem; Andy Serkis talks up his beautiful directorial debut, Breathe; Eliza Hittman previews her Brooklyn-set gay coming-of-age drama Beach Rats; and Emily Beecham discusses her breakthrough role in Daphne.

Plus…

Filles de Belle
Belle de Jour is 50 years old this year, and so Caroline Golum recounts the joys of this salacious classic.

Shudders of Pleasure
In praise of Clive Barker and the movie he’ll always likely be remembered for, the S&M-flavoured suburban gore aria, Hellraiser.




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"Want to talk?" I was already in bed. He had a sweater on and seemed dressed to go out for a walk. He sat on the edge of my bed, looking uneasy as I must have seemed the first time when this room used to be his. "I might be getting married this spring," he said. I was dumbfounded. "But you never said anything." "Well, it's been on and off for more than two years." "I think it's wonderful news," I said.



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 04, 2017, 06:23:15 pm
You're killing me, John!  :P




Oh my.   :o :o :o




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Call Me by Your Name: A Novel – Audiobook – Unabridged
André Aciman (Author), Armie Hammer (Narrator), Macmillan Audio (Publisher)


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Ok,i know the photo isn't of Armey, but the image is great, isn't it?

Click either link immediately below to hear Armey Hammer reading/reciting
the last paragraph of the last page of

André Aciman's Call Me By Your Name


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I stopped for a second.

If you remember everything, I wanted to say, and if you are really like me, then before you leave tomorrow, or when you're just ready to start the door of the taxi and have already said goodbye to everyone else and there's not a thing left to say in this life, then, just this once, turn to me, even in jest, or an afterthought, which have meant everything to me when we were together, and, as you did back then, look me in the face, hold my gaze, and call me by your name.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer



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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 04, 2017, 06:38:41 pm
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Oliver needed company. He began by sharing my table but eventually grew to like throwing a large sheet on the grass and lying on it, flanked by loose pages of his manuscript and what he liked to call his "things": lemonade, suntan lotion, books, espadrilles, sunglasses, colored pens, and music, which he listened to with headphones, so that it was impossible to speak to him unless he was speaking to you first. Sometimes, when I came downstairs with my scorebook or other books in the morning, he was already sprawled in the sun wearing his red or yellow bathing suit and sweating. We'd go jogging or swimming, and return to find breakfast waiting for us. Then he got in the habit of leaving his "things" on the grass and lying right on the tiled edge of the pool--called "heaven," short for "This is heaven," as he often said after lunch, "I'm going to heaven now," adding, as an inside joke among Latinists, "to apricate." We would tease him about the countless hours he would spend soaking in suntan lotion as he lay on the exact spot along the pool. "How long were you in heaven  this morning?" my mother would ask. "Two straight hours. But I plan to return early this afternoon for a much longer aprication." Going to the orle of paradise  also meant lying on his back along the edge of the pool with one leg dangling in the water, wearing his headphones and his straw hat flat on his face.

Here was someone who lacked for nothing. I couldn't understand this feeling. I envied him.





Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer



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"--because, as he'd pour the wine for his wife, for me, for himself, it would finally dawn on us both that he was more me than I had ever been myself, because when he became me and I became him in bed so many years ago, he was and would forever remain, long after every forked road in life had done its work, my brother, my friend, my father, my son, my husband, my lover, myself. In the weeks we'd been thrown together that summer, our lives had scarcely touched, but we had crossed to the other bank, where time stops and heaven reaches down to earth and gives us that ration of what is from birth divinely ours. We looked the other way. We spoke about everything but. But we've always known, and not saying anything now confirmed it all the more. We had found the stars, you and I. And this is given once only."




Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer




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“He came. He left.
Nothing else had changed.
I had not changed.
The world hadn’t changed.
Yet nothing would be the same.
All that remains is dreammaking
and strange remembrance.”



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer





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But I wasn't fooling myself. I was convinced that no one in the world wanted him as physically as I did; nor was anyone willing to go the distance I was prepared to travel for him. No one had studied every bone in his body, ankles, knees, wrists, fingers, and toes, no one lusted after every ripple of muscle, no one took him to bed every night and on spotting him in the morning lying in his heaven  by the pool, smiled at him, watched a smile come to his lips, and thought,
 Did you know I came in your mouth last night?



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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Facevamo finta di niente.
We looked the other way.
Parlavamo di tutto fuorché di quello.
We spoke about everything but.
Ma l'abbiamo sempre saputo,
But we've always known,
e che adesso non dicessimo nulla
and not saying anything now
era un'ulteriore conferma.
confirmed it all the more.
Avevamo trovato le stelle, tu e io.
We had found the stars, you and I.
E questo capita una volta sola nella vita.
And this is given once only.


Chiamami col tuo nome  di André Aciman
Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman




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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 06, 2017, 01:41:49 pm
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway (between 65th Street and 66th Street)
212.671.4050


Call Me by Your Name
Luca Guadagnino
The 55th New York Film Festival

Tuesday      October 03, 9:00PM - 11:12PM
Wednesday October 04, 6:00PM -   8:12PM




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Main Slate
Call Me by Your Name
Luca Guadagnino




The New York Film Festival
runs September 28 – October 15.

The 55th New York Film Festival Main Slate
Closing Night






“Call Me by Your Name,” Dir. Luca Guadagnino, Italy/France, 2017, 132m


A story of summer love unlike any other, the sensual new film from the director of I Am Love,  set in 1983, charts the slowly ripening romance between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American teen on the verge of discovering himself, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), the handsome older grad student whom his professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) has invited to their vacation home in Northern Italy. Adapted from the wistful novel by André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name i s Guadagnino’s most exquisitely rendered, visually restrained film, capturing with eloquence the confusion and longing of youth, anchored by a remarkable, star-making performance by Chalamet, always a nervy bundle of swagger and insecurity, contrasting with Hammer’s stoicism. A Sony Pictures Classics release.


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On-Sale Dates
August 28-31: Board, Patron, and VIP Passes
September 1 at 12PM – September 4 at 11:59PM: Package Fulfillment
September 6 at 10AM: Film Icon single-ticket pre-sale
September 6 at 2PM: Cinephile single-ticket pre-sale
September 7 at 10AM: Film Buff single-ticket pre-sale
September 8 at 11:59PM: single ticket pre-sale ends
September 10 at 12PM: Film Lover, Student, and General Public On-Sale




Prices
Main Slate & Special Events:
$20 Member & Student / $25 General Public
Opening Night:
Alice Tully Hall: $75 Member & Student / $100 General Public
Centerpiece & Closing:
Alice Tully Hall: $50 Member & Student / $75 General Public
All Other Programs:
$10 Member & Student / $15 General Public




General Information
There is a maximum of two tickets per screening.
There is a $2.00 fee per ticket for online orders.
Advance tickets can only  be purchased online or at the Alice Tully Hall box office.
All ticket fulfillment is subject to availability.
Delivery Options
Print at Home (Free, Recommended): For the first time this year, we will be offering free print at home ticketing. Tickets will be sent to you via email within 48 hours.
Mail ($5.50 P&H Fee): Tickets will be sent within 7-10 business days.
Will Call (Free): This option will only be available closer to the festival.




Venue & Box Office Information
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway (between 65th Street and 66th Street)
Sunday: Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Also open until 30 minutes after the start of any performance.
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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I brought my drink to the far end of the patio, took out a chaise longue, and, facing the long balustrade, tried to enjoy the half hour of full sun. I liked to sit and watch the waning day spread itself out into the pre-dusk light. This was when one went for a late afternoon swim, but it was good to read then as well. (....)

It took me a while to realize that I was striking a pose.

I wanted him to come back and catch me ever so relaxed. Little did he know what I was planning for tonight.



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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A meaningful, pure, romantic drama that focuses on a love that has no boundaries, the utterly raw and important character building qualities of life and the building of memories and experiences that should never be forgotten. Pure cinematic perfection.






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TORONTO
INTERNATIONAL
FILM FESTIVAL

TIFF 2017 Review
Call Me by Your Name
Armie Hammer delivers a fine performance in this heart-wrenching,
utterly brilliant piece of filmmaking, which may just be the film of the year.


by Paul Heath
September 8, 2017


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‘A stunning portrait of love and romance’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




Slowly and quietly, Armie Hammer is fast-becoming one of the finest and indeed most exciting American actors of his generation. Following a superb turn in this year’s Final Portrait  comes this heart-wrenching but utter beautiful complementary piece which, like Stanley Tucci’s period film, made its European debut at the Berlin Film Festival back in February. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_Portrait )

In Call Me by Your Name,  Hammer plays the role of the dashing young American Oliver, a twenty-something student who is spending the summer of 1983 ‘somewhere in Northern Italy’ with Michael Stuhlbarg’s Mr. Perman, along with his French wife, Annella (Amira Casar), and their multi-lingual son Elio (Timothée Chalamet).

Elio is clearly bored of the sun-drenched rolling fields, the unlimited supply of cheap tobacco and the countless opportunities to go skinny-dipping in moonlit lakes with willing female companions. The arrival of Oliver changes all of that with the impressionable young seventeen-year-old clearly looking up to the handsome American both in terms of his strong-willed sensibilities, worldliness, intellect, and companionship.

The two form a quick bond, Elio slowly becoming intrigued by Oliver’s confidence rather than being threatened by it – though his charm is clearly starting to take effect the locals. Their six-week summer together is clearly heading in the obvious direction, and they begin to while away the hours together, be it lounging reading literature next to the small ‘pool’ next to the Perlman’s summer house, or taking trips to run errands into the local town. Elio, while engaging in a relationship with the beautiful teenager Marzia (Esther Garrel), clearly has feelings for Oliver, and that attraction is definitely mutual.

Call Me by Your Name  is a stunning portrait of love and romance, expertly told by writer James Ivory who adapts from the source material – the original novel by André Aciman. From the wonderful opening title sequence, and throughout, the film is beautifully crafted, be it the near-flawless performances from its two leads, the skillful sun-drenched cinematography from Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, or the stunning largely piano-sourced musical accompaniment.

Armie Hammer excels as the alluring, likeable Oliver, but it is break-out star Chalamet who deserves the most praise here. The young actor, who we’ve seen in the likes of Interstellar  and Men, Women and Children  in the past, lights up the screen in every scene, and will both make your heart warm and ache in equal measure – especially during the climactic few scenes. Stuhlbarg is also nearing a career best here – and potentially a best supporting actor nod come early 2018 – as the likeable father of Elio who, in the last reel delivers perhaps the best monologue in any film we’ve seen this year. It’s almost comparable to the late, great Robin Williams’ wise ‘bench scene’ in Good Will Hunting  twenty years ago – one which will have you reaching for those tissues if you haven’t managed to grab hold of them before.

It’s so hard to fault the picture. Obviously sharing themes with last year’s eventual Best Picture winner Moonlight,  Call Me by Your Name  is absolutely as good, and oh so much more. It’s difficult to find something in here for anyone to not to relate to – a meaningful, pure, romantic drama that focuses on a love that has no boundaries, the utterly raw and important character building qualities of life and the building of memories and experiences that should never be forgotten.

Pure cinematic perfection.


Call Me By Your Name was reviewed at the  2017 Toronto International Film Festival, and will be released across the UK on 27th October, 2017.







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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
TIFF 2017 REVIEW

Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

Published on Sep 8, 2017

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 08, 2017, 04:42:21 pm

Pure cinematic perfection.


Wow!
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 08, 2017, 05:39:09 pm
Wow!




More to come, I'm sure!  :D






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This is a passionate love story that actually manages to find room for the uncomfortably overwhelming emotions and honest reflections that allow the story to play as more than a fairy tale. It’s a film that will touch all those who know such feelings, no matter how different their experiences may have been.





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TORONTO
INTERNATIONAL
FILM FESTIVAL

TIFF 2017 Review
Call Me by Your Name
It’s a sensuous and rapturous ode to first love that plays out through images
of postcard beauty and moments of almost embarrassing honesty.


by Phil Brown
September 6, 2017 | 3:34 pm


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Sexual experimentation, academia, lounging, and peaches ... Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name



Call Me by Your Name  is a coming of age tale of sexual experimentation, academia, lounging, and peaches that couldn’t be more specific in it’s origins. Yet, there’s something about the way that director Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash ) captures and casts the flick that somehow elevates the material into something universal. This is a passionate love story that actually manages to find room for the uncomfortably overwhelming emotions and honest reflections that allow the story to play as more than a fairy tale. It’s a film that will touch all those who know such feelings, no matter how different their experiences may have been. 

Timothée Chalamet stars as the prodigy son of an academic father (Michael Stuhlbarg) and loving mother (Amira Casar) who live a life of luxury, relaxation, and ridiculously sumptuous food in early 80s Italy. Every summer the Stuhlbarg hosts a grad student and this year it’s Armie Hammer, with all the dapper hunkiness that implies. Slowly Chalamet and Hammer do a lil’ flirtatious dance and fall for each other, but only after the boy makes his first moves with a girl. It’s a sensuous and rapturous ode to first love that plays out through images of postcard beauty and moments of almost embarrassing honesty. Throughout it all Guadagnino balances sumptuous cinematic style with delicate drama. Somehow neither side overwhelms the other.

That’s a more difficult balancing act to pull off than it seems, one that Guadagnino hasn’t quite achieved himself before now. In doing so, he reaches a new plateau as a filmmaking and feels like a vital voice in international cinema rather than a promising one. The performances are remarkable across the board and the script from James Ivory (best known for writing the stuffiest of British chamber dramas in the 90s) bounces along with impressively breezy naturalism. There are two scenes in particular that will sear their way into any viewer’s mind. One delightfully perverse moment with a peach designed for giggling gasps and the other a beautiful (and painful) monologue of remarkably sensitive fatherly advice. For a film to be daring or wise enough to contain and deserve either scene would make it a success, to have room for both is what makes Call Me by Your Name  truly special.



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 08, 2017, 06:22:20 pm





But Michael Stuhlbarg has the Scene,  the one you can imagine being played as the Oscar clip at the ceremony in March—and the one any viewer will instantly recall when seeing Stuhlbarg’s name on a shortlist or "For Your Consideration" mailer.





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TIFF 2017
Don’t Overlook
Michael Stuhlbarg
in  
Call Me by Your Name


The character actor has the least-flashy role in this Italy-set romance—
but his is the scene you’ll remember when you leave the theater.



by KATEY RICH
SEPTEMBER 7, 2017 5:02 PM



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If you’ve heard anything about Call Me by Your Name,  which screened to a packed audience at the Toronto Film Festival this morning, it’s probably not about Michael Stuhlbarg. An intensely romantic and sexy story, starring chiseled-from-marble Armie Hammer and incandescently youthful Timothée Chalamet, it’s full of so many gorgeous, memorable moments—The lake! The piano! The peach!—that the man playing the bearded, amiable father could have slipped through the movie largely unnoticed.

But then he has his scene. Not the final scene in the movie, but it feels like it—featuring a monologue that, without spoiling anything, sums up the enormous emotion of the movie (depicted thus far mostly in images and action) in simple, loving, fatherly words. Other movies about youthful romance might use a flash-forward, or a character’s inner monologue, to put the whole thing into a broader context. Call Me by Your Name  just needs Stuhlbarg’s words, delivered in such a straightforward way that you don’t realize the emotional wallop of the pack until the scene is over.

Stuhlbarg’s role up to that point is fairly small, as any parent’s might be in a story of a teenager falling in love. A professor living with his French wife in northern Italy on an estate rich in fruit trees and ponds and leisurely lunches, Stuhlbarg’s character could seem academic and remote. But he brings warmth to his briefest scenes, and an obvious affection for the son at the center of the story.

It’s a story of same-sex love, set in 1983, but Call Me by Your Name  avoids so many doom-and-gloom tropes of the genre; Chalamet’s Elio is confused and out of place, but there’s never any sense of harm that would come to him by embracing his true feelings. That sense of safety comes from Stuhlbarg—and it not only gives Elio the confidence to express himself but also gives director Luca Guadagnino room to create a lush love story that’s about pain but only the kind achingly familiar to anyone who’s ever felt the heart’s absence.

That final scene makes Stuhlbarg’s essential role in the story clear—and it leaves the audience walking out of the theater thinking about him. Which could be the key to keeping Stuhlbarg in the conversation as the great machinery of awards season lumbers to life. He and Hammer will both be campaigned in the supporting categories, with Chalamet in lead, which puts Stuhlbarg at something of a disadvantage, since he has the smaller and far less flashy role. (At the center of the story, Hammer and Chalamet are both remarkable, and completely deserving of the full awards push they'll each receive as well.)

But Stuhlbarg has the Scene, the one you can imagine being played as the Oscar clip at the ceremony in March—and the one any viewer will instantly recall when seeing Stuhlbarg’s name on a shortlist or "For Your Consideration" mailer.

Supportive Father Figure is less of a hoary Academy trope than Supportive Wife, but it still has a strong history—think Christopher Plummer in Beginners,  or Mahershala Ali just last year in Moonlight.  Stuhlbarg also has an excellent fall ahead to boost his case, with roles in both Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water  and Steven Spielberg’s The Post.  It’s possible that Call Me by Your Name  might not even be Stuhlbarg’s best performance of the year. But nearly a decade since his breakout role in A Serious Man,  Stuhlbarg’s moment for Academy recognition seems to have arrived. And if Call Me by Your Name  continues to be as well-received as it had been since its rapturous Sundance premiere, this movie may just be the one to get him over the finish line.



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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 09, 2017, 07:15:57 am
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I got a copy of the korean translation of #callmebyyourname #cmbyn
with a beautiful illustration cover, and it's aesthetically so satisfying.
The title changed, and it can translate into "that year, the summer's guest."


and there's THE peach🍑🍑🍑 [in Elio's hand, see??] 😂😂





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this kind of love and aspiration, @tchalamet @armiehammer





Elio and Oliver in the illustration cover look exactly alike @tchalamet and @armiehammer 😎😎,
which makes everything better and sweeter 🙌🙌

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#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman   #oliver ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
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Ulliva, Ulliva, Ulliva ---it was Oliver calling me by his name
when he'd imitate it's transmogrified sound as spoken by Malfalda
 and Anchise; but it'd also be me calling him by his name as well,
hoping he'd call me back to mine, which I'd speak for him to me,
and back to him: Elio, Elio, Elio.






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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 09, 2017, 10:20:24 am





It’s truly hard to put into words what a revelation Timothée Chalamet is as Elio. The 21-year-old actor is naturally charismatic, but how he communicates Elio’s emotions throughout the picture is simply breathtaking. Even when he’s depicting Elio’s inevitable moments of teenage angst there it’s never false or mannered. He’s a rock of naturalism on Luca Guadagnino’s gorgeous canvas.

Armie Hammer, on the other hand, simply gives the performance of his career.

....Guadagnino’s achievement is a historic landmark for gay male characters in a film of this caliber. Outside of a few short moments in Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s “Maurice,” and Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain,” the love and intimacy between two male characters has never truly felt this real or emotionally heartbreaking in a theatrical context. It’s almost revolutionary. It’s cinematic art and it will want you to feel as loved as Elio and Oliver feel, even if it’s fleeting. [A]







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Sundance 2017 Review
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet
Find Love in Luca Guadagnino's Transcendent
Call Me by Your Name

by Gregory Ellwood
January 23, 2017 8:07 am


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Audiences would never believe it, of course, without the incredible performances of both leading men.
Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name



PARK CITY -- Ever since Oliver arrived at the summer residence of Elio Perlman’s parents in the Italian countryside, the 17-year-old has had something of a crush on the doctorate student seven years his senior. It’s 1983 and Oliver (Armie Hammer) has traveled to Europe for a six-week retreat to work with Elio’s father (Michael Struhlbarg), an esteemed professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture. Elio (Timothée Chalamet) misinterprets Oliver’s own initial courting, but his frustrated heart finally forces him to bravely reveal his feelings. This scene is one of the truly brilliant moments in Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” which had its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival on Sunday night.

Guadagnino and cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom chronicle the conversation in one extended shot that begins with Oliver and Elio on a bike trip to the local town square. Disembarking their bikes, they circle a war statue with Oliver walking around the farther side and Elio on the one closest to the camera’s eye. It’s framed so when Elio reveals he has been wanting to talk to Oliver about something the barrier around the monument forces Oliver to move further from away from Elio almost teasing the audience that he’ll reject his advances. After a heart-stopping beat he comes around the other side happily telegraphing that the feeling is mutual. The interaction becomes flirtatious when Elio takes a cigarette from Oliver and Guadagnino purposely keeps the camera distant enough so you see the attraction in their body movements and not their faces. Simply, Elio has fallen in love with Oliver and Guadagnino is going to make you fall in love along with him.

We quickly learn Elio is very lucky. He’s the son of an American father and an Italian mother (Amira Casar) who are both incredibly liberal for the time and may realize their son’s infatuation with Oliver before he wants to admit it (a significant departure from the 2007 book by André Aciman on which the film is based). He also cannot keep holding back his sexual desires waiting for Oliver to requite his love. While he pines over Oliver, writing in his notebook that he should have said one thing or another during their multitude of daily interactions, he begins a sexual relationship with Marzia (Esther Garrel), a local girl who warns him beforehand she doesn’t want to get hurt. That’s destined to happen from the moment the words come out of her mouth. While they hook up Elio keeps looking at his watch not wanting to be late for his secret rendezvous with Oliver later that night.

As he’s shown in his the last two films of what he describes as his “desire trilogy,” “I Am Love” and “A Bigger Splash,” Guadagnino is a sensual filmmaker who uses cinematic flourishes to let the narrative unfold at a pace he feels best suits the overall story (those flourishes are assisted by two new original songs by Sufjan Stevens). Guadagnino almost hypnotically lets the audience experience the dance of desire between Elio and Oliver in a masterful manner. When they are together he captures their affection in startling real ways. Guadagnino makes it explicit that their intimacy is more about love than animalistic release. No matter what your personal sexual orientation Guadagnino manages to find those intimate moments whether through a secretive touch, a fumbling first kiss, the stillness before the first move is made, or the eroticism of breaking the physical boundaries that form between all of us. It’s utterly beautiful.

Audiences would never believe it, of course, without the incredible performances of both leading men.

It’s truly hard to put into words what a revelation Chalamet is as Elio. The 21-year-old actor is naturally charismatic, but how he communicates Elio’s emotions throughout the picture is simply breathtaking. Even when he’s depicting Elio’s inevitable moments of teenage angst there it’s never false or mannered. He’s a rock of naturalism on Guadagnino’s gorgeous canvas.

Hammer, on the other hand, simply gives the performance of his career.  On the surface Oliver is overly confident, but Hammer gives him depth that is hard to imagine was dictated in the script. After their first night together, a quiet Elio seems to have grown emotionally cold as many who are still uncomfortable with intimacy can react. The look of pained concern on Hammer’s face communicates everything going on in Oliver’s mind without a single word being said. And as much as the film is from Elio’s perspective, Hammer surprisingly makes you root for Oliver’s happiness too.

While there have been some changes in the adaptation from the novel, Guadagnino and co-screenwriters James Ivory and [film editor] Walter Fasano keep the story intact up too a point. Unlike the book, the movie does not tell these characters stories over a 20-year span. It also changes the parents’ reaction to the affair that leads to a touching but perhaps slightly overlong scene of fatherly love and unsolicited life advice.

That slight quibble aside, Guadagnino’s achievement is a historic landmark for gay male characters in a film of this caliber. Outside of a few short moments in Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s “Maurice,” and Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain,” the love and intimacy between two male characters has never truly felt this real or emotionally heartbreaking in a theatrical context. It’s almost revolutionary. It’s cinematic art and it will want you to feel as loved as Elio and Oliver feel, even if it’s fleeting. [A]


“Call Me By Your Name” was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics before the festival and should hit theaters sometime this year.



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During a Q&A after the screening Luca Guadagnino revealed that Sufjan Stevens surprised him by submitting three songs for the movie and that they listened to them on the set. He also note that “Call Me By Your Name” was the fasted film he’d ever edited. His previous movies took about a year to finesse, but “Call Me” was finished a month after production wrapped (July, 2016). Armie Hammer credited the month he and Timothée Chalamet spent before filming for helping to cement their character’s strong chemistry and Chalamet was grateful to have the novel by André Aciman as a reference.








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Call Me by Your Name
Steals TIFF 2017 Opening Night Buzz


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September 8, 2017 2:22 am


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TORONTO -- The official opening night film for the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival was “Borg/McEnroe.” Despite a unique tennis story and the kitsch factor of Shia LaBeouf playing John McEnroe (perhaps a little too on the nose), the were hardly any buzz from Roy Thompson Hall which was filled mostly by festival sponsors.  Instead, social media and the rest of the festival was ablaze over the TIFF premiere of “Call Me By Your Name” which earned rave reviews at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in January (you can read mine here):  http://theplaylist.net/armie-hammer-timothee-chalamet-find-love-luca-guadagninos-transcendent-call-name-sundance-review-20170123/

Sony Pictures Classics closed the lid on all North American festival screenings after Sundance.  TIFF was the first time it was shown publicly since a large number of the world’s film critics declared the adaptation of André Aciman’s 2007 novel a “masterpiece.” Director Luca Guadagnino and stars Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer were on hand as the film earned a standing ovation which you can watch in the video embedded in this story.





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Granted, standing ovations can be somewhat common at TIFF, but not necessarily in the Ryerson Theater where “Call Me” had its Canadian debut. The mandatory ones are usually for the gala premieres at Roy Thompson Hall and over the years this pundit has seen a few very deserving ones (“Silver Linings Playbook”) in that venue and some absolute head scratchers (“Mandela,” “Deepwater Horizon,” etc.). This audience’s reaction, however, was genuine. One woman in my row was audibly crying at the end and there were cries of “Bravo!” when the first credits rolled (it’s worth noting Guadagnino starts to display the credits on the final shot while it’s still emotionally in progress).




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During a Q&A after the screening Guadagnino revealed that Sufjan Stevens surprised him by submitting three songs for the movie and that they listened to them on the set. He also note that “Call Me” was the fasted film he’d ever edited. His previous movies took about a year to finesse, but “Call Me” was finished a month after production wrapped (July, 2016). Hammer credited the month he and Chalamet spent before filming for helping to cement their character’s strong chemistry and Chalamet was grateful to have the novel as a reference.

It goes without saying that they hype after Sundance (and a lesser point, Berlin) hasn’t helped “Call Me” with some (cough, male, cough) media members who had to wait to see it at TIFF or a few select few private screenings over the past few weeks (again, emphasis on “some”). Why they thought this was another “Moonlight” is beyond me. They are very different films even if they feature gay subject matter.  If anything, “Call Me” is closer in tone and story to “Brokeback Mountain” and even then it’s a stretch.  So, yes, there is a slight backlash (Ahem, “Why y’all so jealous? Get your ass to Park City or accept you’re gonna see movies later than others.”), but we’re still confident a substantial number of Academy members will give the picture the Best Picture nomination votes it needs. Now will Chalamet and Guadagnino get the Best Actor and Director nominations they deserve? That’s gonna be a battle SPC may need more help with than usual.


“Call Me By Your Name” opens in limited release on Nov. 24.




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Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet have incredible on-screen chemistry as they go back and forth from a playful big brother/little brother vibe to passionate lovers. Both should be in the awards season discussion (Luca Guadagnino as well), but it’s Hammer who really shines. The Oliver role gives him the opportunity to really show off his dramatic chops and leading man charm.








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TIFF 2017 Review
Call Me by Your Name
is a moving and playful love story that showcases
Armie Hammer's star quality


by Jason Guerrasio
Sep. 8, 2017, 9:01 AM


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‘A touching portrait of a summer love affair’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




TORONTO -- Following Oscar hype at its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, “Call Me by Your Name” shows up at the Toronto International Film Festival with the hopes of increasing the buzz. And after its premiere screening here Thursday night, it did just that.

From director Luca Guadagnino (“I Am Love,” “A Bigger Splash”), with a script byJames Ivory, this adaptation of the André Aciman novel is a touching portrait of a summer love affair between student Oliver (Armie Hammer) and the son of the professor that’s taken him in, Elio (Timothée Chalamet).

Guadagnino has dazzled audiences in the past with lush visuals of rural Italy that makes you want to jump on a plane and vacation there. “Call Me by Your Name” is no different, as the “somewhere in Northern Italy” setting is a character all its own in the movie with its hidden ponds, cute towns, and a rustic villa. But what’s different this time around is that with the movie’s setting of the late 1980s, Guadagnino gives us a more playful feel. Similar to “A Bigger Splash,” the movie features fun music and a lot of sexual tension, but in “Call Me By Your Name” there’s no sinister third act. The movie is about sexual discovery and the feeling of finding your first love.

The movie is fueled by Elio’s fondness for Oliver, which turns into a mutual love over the six weeks they are together. Hammer plays the Oliver character as a macho American, who shows up with a confidence that at first intimidates Elio. But by the end, Elio doesn’t want to just sleep with him, he wants to be just like him.

Hammer and Chalamet have incredible on-screen chemistry as they go back and forth from a playful big brother/little brother vibe to passionate lovers. Both should be in the awards season discussion (Guadagnino as well), but it’s Hammer who really shines. The Oliver role gives him the opportunity to really show off his dramatic chops and leading man charm.

The movie might be a little too long (running time is over two hours). By the end it gets to the point where there are about three different endings. But buried in there is a fantastic scene between Chalamet and character actor Michael Stuhlbarg, who plays his father, that is an emotional high of the movie.


“Call Me By Your Name” opens in theaters November 24.



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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Press Conference
TIFF 2017
Director Luca Guadagnino,
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

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Actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet join director Luca Guadagnino at the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF press conference for their movie Call Me By Your Name  which had it's world premiere at the festival.

The movie is based on the book (of the same name) by André Aciman.

Plot: It's the summer of 1983, and precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman is spending the days with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. He soon meets Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who's working as an intern for Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.






CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

Directed By:   Luca Guadagnino
Written By:    Luca Guadagnino, James Ivory, Walter Fasano
In Theaters:   Nov 24, 2017  Limited
Runtime:       130 minutes
Studio:          Sony Pictures Classics








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Armie Hammer’s career has been marred by high-profile bombs, but his impossibly good looks and consistently measured delivery serves him well here as a young man already hardened by living a deception. It’s a fine performance that works well within the character’s limitations.

Elio, on the other hand, is a character of range. He seems to feel free to try on personalities to see what fits best: he has a girlfriend in one scene, and lays in bed with Oliver in the next. Timothée Chalamet evokes so many shades of humanity, portraying a path of youthful self-discovery that is more raw, unhinged, and ultimately honest than many actors could manage. Whether the affair lasts or not, what hangs in the balance is just what kind of man this bright, young boy will become, and what the world will let him be. Mr Chalamet’s multi-faceted performance is one for the ages.








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TIFF 2017 Review

What lies beneath:
Call Me by Your Name
is a work of beauty
Luca Guadagnino’s new film is preoccupied with questions of image and illusion

Prospero
by N.E.G.
September 8, 2017


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“If you only knew how little I know about things that matter.” “What things that matter?” Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, Call Me by Your Name



TORONTO - ART and beauty are inexorable; Pablo Picasso said that art exists to embellish, polish and “[wash] away from the soul the dust of everyday life”. Luca Guadagnino is one of cinema’s most aesthetically-minded directors; his films often probe the concept of beauty and its role in human relationships. His last film, “A Bigger Splash” (2015), placed two pairs of lovers—played by four gorgeous actors—in a picturesque Mediterranean setting, and watched as their jealousies and rivalries slowly ruined the placid, pleasing surfaces. His newest, “Call Me By Your Name”, recently screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. It features a more heavenly setting, a highly sensual story and a deeper critique of the surfaces on which we focus.

Adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by André Aciman, the film tells of a summer of love for teenaged Elio (Timothée Chalamet), who has been raised in a culture of aesthetic pleasure. His father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a professor, studies Greek statues. A warm but distant intellectual, he gets far more excited about the discovery of an arm—a bronze one, that is—in the ocean than anything his son’s mind or body might be experiencing.

It isn’t long before Elio finds a figure of his own to get excited about. Oliver (Armie Hammer)—a young, handsome American whose skin and hair evoke the golden countryside—comes to work for the professor, staying at their home for the summer. Although Elio, like most 17-year-olds, fiercely guards his vulnerability, Oliver is simply too attractive to ignore. Confident and immovable, Oliver resembles a Greek god in human form, or perhaps Superman (Mr Hammer was once in consideration to play the Man of Steel).

Mr Guadagnino depicts their friendship, and its eventual metamorphosis into something more, slowly and carefully. At first, Elio is simply intrigued by Oliver’s voracity. He watches in fascination as Oliver drinks a glass of apricot juice in one, large gulp, and dances without self-consciousness. They start to spend more time together: first, there are shared bike trips into town, then an afternoon swim. Oliver’s initial confidence belies his reticence, and it is Elio who proves willing to take the risk in initiating a relationship. When Oliver compliments Elio on his intelligence, he replies with affected wistfulness: “If you only knew how little I know about things that matter.” Oliver slyly takes his bait: “What things that matter?”

From there, “Call Me By Your Name” chronicles the secret ecstasies and public frustrations of their romance, maintaining a steadying naturalism that fits the material. There are surprisingly few deep displays of emotion; no love that isn’t measured by pain. Ostensibly, it is the end of the summer, when Oliver will leave them, that hangs over their heads. Yet Mr Guadagnino frames things so obliquely (these characters rarely state what they are actually feeling) that we perceive their fumbling towards and away from love as an internalised oppression. They cannot be who they are: not in 1983 (when the film is set), not when one of them is 17, and not when his father is the other’s employer. This fear laces every kiss with regret.

With such exquisite tension between pain and pleasure, “Call Me By Your Name” is a paradise for skilled actors. Mr Hammer’s career has been marred by high-profile bombs (“The Lone Ranger,” “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”), but his impossibly good looks and consistently measured delivery serves him well here as a young man already hardened by living a deception. It’s a fine performance that works well within the character’s limitations.

Elio, on the other hand, is a character of range. He seems to feel free to try on personalities to see what fits best: he has a girlfriend in one scene, and lays in bed with Oliver in the next. Mr Chalamet evokes so many shades of humanity, portraying a path of youthful self-discovery that is more raw, unhinged, and ultimately honest than many actors could manage. Whether the affair lasts or not, what hangs in the balance is just what kind of man this bright, young boy will become, and what the world will let him be. Mr Chalamet’s multi-faceted performance is one for the ages.

“Call Me By Your Name” is, above all, interested in appearances. The cinematography itself is well crafted, with lingering shots of lithe young bodies, Italian country houses and orchards of apricots and pomegranates. Mr Guadagnino was astute to choose a story of a forbidden, closeted relationship, a “love that dare not speak its name”. It reminds us that beneath surface impressions lie hidden depths and passions.



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It must be said that Call Me by Your Name  is a triumph in every regard. Michael Stuhlbarg’s role as Elio’s father isn’t necessarily a large role in terms of screentime, but he delivers a monologue towards the end of the film that felt like it made time stop. Luca Guadagnino and James Ivory’s script is measured and tight; thoughtful and delicate. Every inch of this movie is expertly crafted, right down to the stunning final shot. It’s at once a universal story of young love and a relatable, emotional story of a homosexual awakening. In that regard it’s a tremendous love story period, but also a winning entry in the legion of queer cinema.







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Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet
Astound in Sensual Triumph

by ADAM CHITWOOD
Monday 23 January 2017


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Days filled with swimming, reading, and eating fresh fruit ... Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




In my four years attending the Sundance Film Festival, I’m not sure I’ve seen anything as purely rapturous as Call Me by Your Name.  The new feature film from I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash  filmmaker Luca Guadagnino chronicles a summer romance that blossoms between a young boy and a visitor in northern Italy, and by the film’s end it solidifies its place as one of the queer cinema greats alongside Carol, Brokeback Mountain, and Moonlight.  The film is a tremendously sensual, hypnotic coming of age/coming out tale of first love. Anchored by a phenomenal breakout performance from Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer’s best work yet, and masterful craftsmanship, Call Me by Your Name is an instant addition to the best romances of the 21st century.

Based on the book of the same name by André Aciman, the film takes place in 1983 in Northern Italy, where a 17-year-old boy named Elio is spending the summer in his family’s 17th century villa. His father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a professor of Greco-Roman culture, enlists a research assistant named Oliver (Hammer) to come and spend the summer with his family. Elio is transfixed by Oliver at first sight, but approaches the handsome American warily, keeping him at arm’s length. As the summer continues and Elio and Oliver play a game of chicken, daring one another to make the first romantic overture, the two finally give into their feelings and spark a romance that is passionate, playful, and pure.

Chalamet is nothing short of a revelation as Elio. The actor is probably best known for his work on Homeland  or for a brief role in Interstellar,  but this is one of the biggest breakthrough performances in recent memory. He imbues Elio with complicated layers—a confident exterior; a precocious charm; a fearful undercurrent. All of these shine through and more and he’s so good in the role that at first you even doubt whether he actually likes Oliver. Of course he’s simply preparing himself for rejection by throwing out the first jabs, but this results in a relationship that is at first delightfully contentious, then playfully so before turning into full on flirtation.

But as a closeted 17-year-old, Elio is still working out his feelings by losing his virginity to a local Italian girl who has the hots for him. Their relationship never comes off as phony, more as an exploration, and there’s a ticking clock plot point towards the end of the film that raises the stakes in hilariously sexy fashion.

As the relationship between Elio and Oliver becomes physical, the film really digs into this as a first love story and a coming out story. Love is universal, so the feelings between Elio and Oliver are the same feelings felt by all, but it’s nice that Guadagnino doesn’t ignore the elephant in the room: that Elio and Oliver’s sexuality is a thing to be hidden at that point in time. There’s a reason their relationship began so contentiously, and Oliver makes reference early in the film that he’s “been good” so far and doesn’t want to do anything to mess that up. It’s heartbreaking, really, to see Elio so miserable at the start of the film, surrounded by such beauty.

But this is no misery porn. The teasing that goes on between the two characters is magnificently handled by Guadagnino, who keeps a playful hand on the proceedings so as not to drown the film in self-serious romance. Summer flings are fun! So are first loves. And while this does blossom into something deeply felt, the summer season and Italian setting add a touch of lightheartedness to the scenes. Moreover, Guadagnino’s focus on sensuality over sexuality imbues the film with a romp vibe with an undeniable allure. One imagines that a more explicit or erotic version of the film would have downplayed how deeply felt the emotions are between Oliver and Elio.

Gorgeously shot by Sayombhu Mukdeeprom (Arabian Nights ), this is a film that you just want to soak up. The Italian scenery is milked for all its worth, and the days filled with swimming, reading, and eating fresh fruit are divine. But the secret weapon to immersing audiences into the world of Call Me by Your Name  is some incredible sound design. The footsteps on the gravel roads, the creaking floors in the ancient villa—you not only see this world, you feel it. That only allows the audience to fall deeper into the film’s trance, becoming infatuated with the romance between Elio and Oliver.

It must be said that Call Me by Your Name  is a triumph in every regard. Stuhlbarg’s role as Elio’s father isn’t necessarily a large role in terms of screentime, but he delivers a monologue towards the end of the film that felt like it made time stop. Guadagnino and James Ivory’s script is measured and tight; thoughtful and delicate. Every inch of this movie is expertly crafted, right down to the stunning final shot. It’s at once a universal story of young love and a relatable, emotional story of a homosexual awakening. In that regard it’s a tremendous love story period, but also a winning entry in the legion of queer cinema.

Rating: A




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Overlaying Oliver (Armie Hammer) and Elio (Timothée Chalamet)'s slow-motion courtship is Oliver’s study of classical archaeology, which visually echoes his attraction to Elio, who looks like a Greek bronze statue come to life — delicate aquiline nose, bedroom eyes under a heavy brow and hair just ever-so-slightly mussed. Several times in the film we see him draped across a sofa, the Barberini Faun in a Talking Heads T-shirt, Elio as a gay Pygmalion in reverse.








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BERLINALE 2017 Review
Call Me by Your Name
is a portrait of homosexual intimacy that honors the book

by John Sherman
@_john_sherman
Published Feb. 14, 2017


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"--as if they’re daring you to desire them." ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




BERLIN -- Call Me by Your Name,  based on the 2007 novel of the same title by André Aciman, premiered at Sundance earlier this year, and played this week at the Berlinale to eager crowds.

Set "somewhere in northern Italy" in 1983, the story takes place at the estate of Professor Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg) and his wife, Annella (Amira Casar), who host a graduate student as a research assistant each summer. Oliver, portrayed by Armie Hammer, is an American student who not only charms the Perlmans, but catches the eye of their 17-year-old son Elio, played by Timothée Chalamet. Hammer stretches the imagination playing a 20-something, particularly in contrast to Chalamet’s lithe, nearly hairless figure (he’s 21 playing 17 but looks even younger) — still, the physical chemistry between them is electric.

Adapting any novel into a film is a unique challenge, as it often leaves viewers and readers at odds, but director Luca Guadagnino’s film achieves much of the spirit that runs through André Aciman’s novel. It may seem tautological to say so about a film based on a book, but Call Me by Your Name  is an intensely literary film. The novel drips with the Western intellectual tradition, a fact the film neither loses sight of nor apologizes for — its dialogue is in three languages (in order of appearance: French, English and Italian), and its characters are as conversant in Hellenistic statuary and classical composers as they are 20th-century painting and 1980s pop music. The breadth of this story, from the rich art-historical imagery to the bookshelves' worth of literary reference behind every conversation, has not been diminished in its translation from book to film.

But the literary depth of Call Me by Your Name  is set dressing to the soul of the story, which is the relationship between Elio and Oliver. Neither Aciman nor Guadagnino is openly queer — Aciman is married to a woman and Guadagnino has not publicly discussed his orientation [FYI, this is not correct. According to wikipedia, Guadagnino is gay, and in the NYT Sunday Weekend article (August 1 2016),  Guadagnino says he lives with a partner who is a filmmaker, although the partner's name is not mentioned--although I have an idea who!--JG.] — but each creates a tender portrait of a relationship between two men who cannot initially admit their affection, neither to one another nor to themselves. Both film and novel capture the unbearable privacy of closeted desire, which proceeds by degrees — a touch, a look, a certain preference that, by design, can be neither quantified nor directly confronted — the hesitant physicality between men who can’t be certain that the other won’t turn and run, or worse. When this tension finally breaks, the emotional and physical release of freedom — freedom to kiss, even simply to stare — is like finally breathing.

The delicacy of this dance is highlighted by interactions Oliver and Elio have with women, whom they pursue directly and forcefully — Elio in order to prove something, at least in part; Oliver perhaps out of a more genuine interest. Once Elio and Oliver finally kiss, the women are reduced to little more than interruptions.

Overlaying Oliver and Elio’s slow-motion courtship is Oliver’s study of classical archaeology, which visually echoes his attraction to Elio, who looks like a Greek bronze statue come to life — delicate aquiline nose, bedroom eyes under a heavy brow and hair just ever-so-slightly mussed. Several times in the film we see him draped across a sofa, the Barberini Faun in a Talking Heads T-shirt, Elio as a gay Pygmalion in reverse.

The film's title sequence features full-color slide images of classical Greek statuary, busts and chests and bodies of idealized young men, an inscrutable smile on every face, hair carved into artful tousles; any one of them could have been carved after Elio. In a scene between Oliver and Elio's father, cataloguing slides of bronze statuary, Elio's father comments on the inviting curvature of the male figures, saying it is "as if they’re daring you to desire them." Oliver gazes at the slides knowingly.

But for all the acceptance of Elio's parents — his mother seems at times to encourage their relationship, and his father makes clear he understands the weight of their affection for one another — Elio and Oliver are free only in darkness, and in private. Even after acknowledging their mutual attraction, in daylight and in public they are always in hiding. It’s only at night — in Oliver’s room, in the woods by the lake, in a pantry, in a dark alley outside the center of town — that they can give in to one another. This exhausted submission is the heart of the queerness of the romance between Oliver and Elio; they touch one another furtively but with determination, asserting a secret shared between them that can only be felt in private.

Viewers may take issue, not unfairly, with Guadagnino’s decision to cast non-queer actors to play queer characters, a choice that on paper feels out of step with progress. Brokeback Mountain  starred two straight actors in 2005, and Andrew Haigh's 2011 film Weekend  featured an openly gay actor in one of the two lead roles. Call Me by Your Name  is a film directed by an ostensibly heterosexual man [not  correct--see above, JG] based on a book written by a heterosexual man starring two heterosexual male leads — and yet its emotional resonance persists.

As a viewer, I’m the last to apologize for actors playing below their privilege, and I simply can’t explain how Call Me by Your Name  manages to pull it off. Perhaps it’s the increased normalcy of cishomosexuality, particularly between white men, which has erased the "bravery" of playing queer. Perhaps it's the relatively low profile of every actor in the film — Armie Hammer is well-known, but this is neither a typical role for him nor touted as any kind of dramatic breakout. For all its baked-in heterosexuality [again, what??  JG], Guadagnino’s film is a rapturous portrait of homosexual intimacy that is every bit as deep and tender as its source material.


“Call Me By Your Name” opens in theaters November 24.








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The (partial) cast and crew of Call Me by Your Name

Front Row: Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Esther Garrel (Marzia) Timothée Chalamet (Elio) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Amira Casar (Annella) Luca Guadagnino (Director)
Center Back Row: Peter Spears (Isaac--and Producer) and, Far Right Back Row: Armie Hammer (Oliver)

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images





FYI:
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Luca Guadagnino at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival

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Does this look like a straight man to you?? PUH-leeze!!


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Front-Ranger on September 11, 2017, 03:42:41 pm
Informative and very readable. I particularly like your clarifications and comments, JG!
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 11, 2017, 03:58:00 pm
Informative and very readable. I particularly like your clarifications and comments, JG!



Thank you very much, Lee!
And just in case you missed this last addition:


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Luca Guadagnino at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival

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Does this look like a straight man to you?? PUH-leeze!!

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 :laugh: :P :laugh:
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Olive Tree Wood in the Moreno Garden
Claude Monet
Date: 1884




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In the Footsteps of Monet at Bordighera
By Michael Schuermann
08/01/2014 02:42 pm ET


The French painter Claude Monet spent one winter — the early part of 1884 — in the Italian town of Bordighera, having been introduced to this part of the Riviera by his friend Renoir the year before. Monet was 43 at the time, already an accomplished artist with some “signature” paintings under his belt, but by no means the international superstar of his later years and still working to evolve his “mature” style. His financial affairs, too, were largely unsettled — he had already moved to Giverny, but only as a tenant, and would still have to work hard for another five years before he had the funds to buy the house for himself and his large patchwork family.

Most of the townscapes and landscapes that provided the motives for the great impressionist painters can be easily identified in today’s modern world, and although this is generally true for Monet’s works as well (Saint Lazare train station, Rouen Cathedral), it is not the case for Bordighera. This is mainly due to two reasons.

Firstly, Monet appeared to be less interested in the specifics of Bordighera and more in a Platonic ideal of “the south” — intense sunlight, lush vegetation, exotic plants. (For Monet - a child of the North, born in Paris and raised in Normandy — the experience of this “other world” was an important step towards the development of his mature style: his Bordighera paintings appear to have more in common with his famous later works — Rouen Cathedral, the Giverny gardens — than with anything that he had painted up to that date.)

And secondly, because Monet’s painterly interests focused on the gardens of Francesco Moreno, and these gardens — internationally famous during Monet’s time — no longer exist. Moreno was a rich citrus fruit merchant, and when he lost all his money — briefly after Monet’s visit, as it happens — the land was used to build an entire new town of shops and residential homes. Nearly all of modern Bordighera except for the Old Town was built on what was once Moreno’s land.

To retrace Monet’s steps, walk straight from Bordighera train station into Corso Italia — crossing Via Vittorio Emmanuelle II — until you reach Via Romana, already flanked by many sumptuous villas in Monet’s time (although it was just a dirt road then). The road has preserved much of its ancient grandeur and tranquility.

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Bike Rides To "B"




Turn around when you think you have seen enough of the Sentiere and walk back to town by taking a left turn into Via dei Colli and another, even sharper left into Via Garnier where, on no. 11, you can find the Villa Garnier ...



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... which is featured in more Monet-at-Bordighera paintings than any other building in town, even though you may not recognize it since all you ever see on the canvas is a wall here and a column there. The villa is named after its owner and architect Charles Garnier, the builder of the Paris Opera and the casino at Monte Carlo.

(and etc.)



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Bordighera, Claude Monet 1883, oil on canvas 65 x 81 cm,
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Illinois USA. Riviera Italy.

Painting Description:
The Citta Alta of Bordighera emerges from behind the pine trees.
The canvas was painted by Monet from the Torre dei Mostaccini.




That's better! Better than that--in the novel, the town is never mentioned other than the capital letter 'B',
but when you look Bordighera up on Google Maps, right near the water you find a restaurant:
Monet's Café--perfect!

click for the link:

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Scene/Behind the scene--
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He was going to be a difficult neighbor. Better stay away from him, I thought. To think I had almost fallen for the skin of his hands, his chest, his feet that had never touched a rough surface in their existence--and his eyes, which, when their other, kinder gaze
fell on you, came like the miracle of the Resurrection.
You could never stare long enough but needed
to keep staring to find out why
you couldn't.



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Premiere
TIFF 2017
Special Friends on Location:
The Chemistry of

Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

Published on Sep 9, 2017


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Actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet at the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF premiere of their movie Call Me By Your Name chat about becoming close friends while shooting on location in Crema, Italy.

The movie is based on the book (of the same name) by André Aciman.

Plot: It's the summer of 1983, and precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman is spending the days with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. He soon meets Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who's working as an intern for Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 13, 2017, 05:53:38 pm
Woah.  :o
Yes, we are told this is
a still from the film.
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Elio and Oliver in the Perlmans' Italian summer villa

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Little White Lies 71: The Call Me by Your Name issue

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Little White Lies 71: Call Me by Your Name

In this issue…

Invisible Touch
A conversation with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino about how to capture love on film.

Love My Way
Call Me By Your Name stars Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet discuss life and love, while we meet up-and-coming French actor Esther Garrel.

First Love
Twelve tall tales of formative movie love from a selection of cinephiles.

Eat a Peach
How fruit and sex have overlapped and intermingled throughout the history of art, literature and culture.

Threads #3
Men’s swimming trunks are placed under the microscope in our column about fashion and film.

Extra Assignments
Three short movie appreciations of A Room With a View, A Nos Amours and A Day in the Country, each intended as vita supplementary viewing for our cover film.

Interviews...

Jane Goldman talks about her intricate writing process ahead of the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle and The Limehouse Golem; Andy Serkis talks up his beautiful directorial debut, Breathe; Eliza Hittman previews her Brooklyn-set gay coming-of-age drama Beach Rats; and Emily Beecham discusses her breakthrough role in Daphne.

Plus…

Filles de Belle
Belle de Jour is 50 years old this year, and so Caroline Golum recounts the joys of this salacious classic.

Shudders of Pleasure
In praise of Clive Barker and the movie he’ll always likely be remembered for, the S&M-flavoured suburban gore aria, Hellraiser.




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 13, 2017, 07:47:17 pm

Oh my LORD, it just struck me--

You know who Armie looks like?

(Looks like? And sounds  like--

that voice!!)

George Peppard!   :o
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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Talk
TIFF 2017
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

Published on Sep 11, 2017


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In the first of three sessions from the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF, the team behind acclaimed gay romance Call Me By Your Name – actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino – talk to the Guardian 's Benjamin Lee

The movie is based on the book (of the same name) by André Aciman.

Plot: It's the summer of 1983, and precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman is spending the days with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. He soon meets Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who's working as an intern for Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.




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"What this film has to say about the nature of love, our need to follow our hearts and give ourselves permission to feel, is monumental, and seeing such a young soul navigate that for the first time is equally exhilarating, breathtaking and heartbreaking."






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Call Me by Your Name
BEAUTIFUL BEYOND WORDS

by Daniel Lammin
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5th August 2017


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Staggering: His understanding of Elio’s journey is extraordinary, and his commitment to the truth of that journey is a wonder to behold.
Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name





MELBOURNE -- THERE have been a few moments in my film-going life where I’ve come to the end of a film and found myself unable and unwilling to move because of how deeply affected I was. It only happens rarely, and always takes me by surprise. I say often in my reviews that film is a subjective art form and each individual experience of rapture is its own private moment to cherish. At the end of the screening of Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Call Me By My Name’ at the Melbourne International Film Festival, I found myself in such a moment. I can’t account for anyone else in the cinema and their response, I can only tell you my own, and since it’s been barely an hour since I left the cinema, it’s a moment that I’m still very much recovering from. So please forgive my ramblings as I try to put this experience into words.

Set in the summer of 1983 in Northern Italy, the film looks at six weeks in the life of seventeen year-old Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet). His father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a professor of antiquities, invites Oliver (Armie Hammer), a university student, to come and study with him in their family home. Over Oliver’s stay, Elio becomes increasingly infatuated with him, an infatuation that slowly builds into a romance that sends Elio reeling.

Based on the book by André Aciman and written by Oscar-nominee James Ivory, ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is a transcendent, deeply sensual and enormously moving film, one that beguiles you with its beauty before breaking your heart in the most exquisite way imaginable. Guadagnino, best known for ‘I Am Love’ (2009) and ‘A Bigger Splash’ (2015), takes what could easily have been a perfunctory coming-of-age story and weaves it into something almost indescribable, a piece of cinematic poetry that taps right into that which is deep within all of us: the memory of our first love and our first understandings of ourselves as beings capable of desire and being desired. There are no moments of sweeping melodrama or emotion - Elio’s meticulously crafted journey revels in the quiet interior struggles that are rarely ever spoken, especially in young men, those enormous emotions that cause cataclysms in our hearts but the outside world can never be a part of. The queer coming-of-age story it presents is both idealised and remarkably grounded, examining Elio’s exploration of his body and what it is capable of, both in his attraction to Oliver and the hormonal shifts he has to chart. For Guadagnino, it is the tiny, understated details that fascinate, moments of touch or the proximities of bodies within space, and each one speaks volumes.

The craft of the filmmaking is impeccable from the beginning, Sayombhu Mukdeeprom’s sublime cinematography and Samuel Deshors’ extraordinary production design capturing the palpable feeling of that kind of summer we never forget. Every frame of the film shudders with longing and possibility, the air thick with sensuality. Ivory’s screenplay is sparse and specific, far more interested in the meaning around the words than necessarily within them. Guadagnino’s directorial command is stunning, creating a film more like a memory, something organic and private that we hold onto for ourselves and ourselves only. The whole film is a pursuit of honesty and truth, never allowing for moments of emotional indulgence. The first act of the film is so carefully constructed, giving us the time to settle in to Elio’s world, setting the stage for what is about to come.

And it is when ‘Call Me By Your Name’ becomes a love story that the film transcends from the beautiful to the sublime. As Elio and Oliver come together, we are met with a succession of staggeringly beautiful exchanges, moments of piercing honesty that fill your heart with immense joy. They come together in breath-catching, careful moments, each of them (especially Elio) savouring each careful, anticipated step. Some might find the age difference between the two uncomfortable, but at no point does the film, and Elio’s need for Oliver is so enormous and so overwhelming that any concerns fall away almost immediately. What this film has to say about the nature of love, our need to follow our hearts and give ourselves permission to feel is monumental, and seeing such a young soul navigate that for the first time is equally exhilarating, breathtaking and heartbreaking. You cannot help but see yourself in Elio, feel his anguish and confusion, fear and desire, and his overwhelming joy when the object of his desires expresses those same desires for him.

Timothée Chalamet’s performance as Elio is simply staggering, one of the finest performance of the year. The incredibly deep heart and soul of the film lies in his work, shockingly honest and emotionally generous whilst also a technical marvel. His understanding of Elio’s journey is extraordinary, and his commitment to the truth of that journey is a wonder to behold. Armie Hammer finally emerges from supporting roles with his beautiful performance as Oliver, sensual and cocky and tender in all the right ways. His performance sparkles with life, allowing us to be just as infatuated and infuriated with him as Elio. The chemistry between Chalamet and Hammer is just so goddamn remarkable, the screen erupting with electricity every moment they’re together. They find a connection that’s so real that you can’t help but share in their joy at finding one another. And quietly and beautifully in the background are Michael Stuhlbarg and Amira Casar as Elio’s protective, deeply loving parents, with Stuhlbarg towards the end delivering a moment of astounding humanity that had me holding my breath. Both Chalamet and Stuhlbarg deliver Oscar-worthy performances in this film, Chalamet’s easily one of the finest performances of the decade.

I still find myself unable to comprehend what this film made me feel. As I walked to the train afterwards, I just wanted to sit down in the street and sob. You always hope that you might come across a piece of art that captures the true honesty of being alive the way this film does, and I will probably be recovering from the overwhelming impact it has had on me for months to come. Its final minutes left me shaking, sobbing and breathless, tiny moments of pure perfection that I could barely comprehend as I was watching them. It might be one of the most honest portrayals of adolescence ever captured on film, recalling all the pain, possibility and confusion. It is like a song we all know, one we’re all familiar with, but have long forgotten or buried. This film brings us back to that song, and the memory of it made me weep with joy at finding it again.

‘Call Me By My Name’ is a masterpiece, one of the most beautiful films I’ve ever seen. Luca Guadagnino has made a film of enormous humanity, a statement on the nature of love that sends shockwaves through you, especially with the powerhouse performance from Timothée Chalamet. I can’t speak for everyone who saw this film with me, I can only speak for myself and my own experience, but this is one I won’t ever forget. This is why I go to the cinema, to see films that can make me feel as alive as this film did. Queer cinema, and cinema as an art form, is all the better for having it.




RELEASE DATE: 26/12/2017 (AU)
RUN TIME: 2HR 10MIN

CAST:    
TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET
ARMIE HAMMER
MICHAEL STUHLBARG
AMIRA CASAR
ESTHER GARREL
VICTOIRE DU BOIS
ELENA BUCCI
VANDA CAPRIOLO
ANTONIO RIMOLDI
MARCO SGROSSO

DIRECTOR:    
LUCA GUADAGNINO

PRODUCERS:    
RODRIGO TEIXEIRA
PETER SPEARS
LUCA GUADAGNINO
EMILIE GEORGES
MARCO MORABITO
JAMES IVORY
HOWARD ROSENMAN




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Daniel Lammin has worked extensively as a theatre director, playwright and actor, and his passion for storytelling recently led to him graduating from the post-graduate Directing course at NIDA (2011). His very candid approach to film critiquing comes from his high standards in all creative pursuits, and love of movies from an early age.





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The very thought of this suddenly made me want to drop everything I would do today and run to him. I waited about ten minutes, then took out my bike and, despite my promise not to go biking that day, headed out by way of Marzia's home and scaled the steep hillside road as fast as I could. When I reached the piazzetta I realized I had arrived minutes after him.




(http://68.media.tumblr.com/779babe4d4a5412a3d21f1044916eb06/tumblr_ou39s7ogCF1qe1x1eo2_540.gif)
http://tattooedsiren.tumblr.com/post/163814262630/polyrangers-hence-their-ageless-ambiguity-as
http://grantgustin.tk/post/163800214319




He was parking his bike, had already purchased the Herald Tribune,  and was heading for the post office--his first errand. "I had to see you," I said as I rushed to him. "Why, something wrong?" "I just had to see you." "Aren't you sick of me?" I thought I was--I was about to say--and I wanted to be--"I just wanted to be with you," I said. Then it hit me: "If you want, I'll go back now," I said.




(http://68.media.tumblr.com/779babe4d4a5412a3d21f1044916eb06/tumblr_ou39s7ogCF1qe1x1eo2_540.gif)
http://tattooedsiren.tumblr.com/post/163814262630/polyrangers-hence-their-ageless-ambiguity-as
http://grantgustin.tk/post/163800214319




He stood still, dropped his hand with the bundle of unsent letters still in it, and simply stood there staring at me, shaking his head. "Do you have any idea how glad I am we slept together?"

Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armie Hammer





(http://68.media.tumblr.com/779babe4d4a5412a3d21f1044916eb06/tumblr_ou39s7ogCF1qe1x1eo2_540.gif)
http://tattooedsiren.tumblr.com/post/163814262630/polyrangers-hence-their-ageless-ambiguity-as
http://grantgustin.tk/post/163800214319



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 14, 2017, 03:17:45 pm



Scene/Behind the scene


(https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2017/07/31/call-me-by-your-name-gifs/31-cmbyn-peaches.nocrop.w710.h2147483647.gif)(https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2017/07/31/call-me-by-your-name-gifs/31-cmbyn-peaches.nocrop.w710.h2147483647.gif)
(http://1065.edu.pinggu.com/forum/201708/26/1909129b6mqjlrzwrwgqsj.png)
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DDvXId9XoAE9y60.jpg)
http://tweetiz.com/pjspears/





(https://i.pinimg.com/736x/cb/e0/e1/cbe0e187d8edd79ccf84c9a40ede2f50--seymour-affenpinscher.jpg)
But--where's the dog??




(http://www.escardo.eu/demo/fotos/r-01.jpg)

Luncheon of the Boating Party
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Date: 1881



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luncheon_of_the_Boating_Party



Luncheon of the Boating Party (1880–1881, French: Le déjeuner des canotiers) is a painting by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Included in the Seventh Impressionist Exhibition in 1882, it was identified as the best painting in the show by three critics. It was purchased from the artist by the dealer-patron Paul Durand-Ruel and bought in 1923 (for $125,000) from his son by Duncan Phillips. It is now in The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. It shows a richness of form, a fluidity of brush stroke, and a flickering light.


Description

The painting, combining figures, still-life, and landscape in one work, depicts a group of Renoir's friends relaxing on a balcony at the Maison Fournaise restaurant along the Seine river in Chatou, France. The painter and art patron, Gustave Caillebotte, is seated in the lower right. Renoir's future wife, Aline Charigot, is in the foreground playing with a small dog, an affenpinscher. On the table is fruit and wine.

The diagonal of the railing serves to demarcate the two halves of the composition, one densely packed with figures, the other all but empty, save for the two figures of the proprietor's daughter Louise-Alphonsine Fournaise and her brother, Alphonse Fournaise, Jr, which are made prominent by this contrast. In this painting Renoir has captured a great deal of light. The main focus of light is coming from the large opening in the balcony, beside the large singleted man in the hat. The singlets of both men in the foreground and the table-cloth all work together to reflect this light and send it through the whole composition.


Subjects depicted

As he often did in his paintings, Renoir included several of his friends in Luncheon of the Boating Party. Identification of the sitters was made in 1912 by Julius Meier-Graefe. Among them are the following:

The seamstress Aline Charigot, who is holding an affenpinscher dog, sits near the bottom left of the composition. Renoir married her in 1890, and they had three sons.

Charles Ephrussi—wealthy amateur art historian, collector, and editor of the Gazette des Beaux-Arts—appears wearing a top hat in the background. The younger man to whom Ephrussi appears to be speaking, more casually attired in a brown coat and cap, may be Jules Laforgue, his personal secretary and also a poet and critic.

Actress Ellen Andrée drinks from a glass in the center of the composition. Seated across from her is Baron Raoul Barbier, former mayor of colonial Saigon.

Placed within but peripheral to the party are the proprietor's daughter Louise-Alphonsine Fournaise and her brother, Alphonse Fournaise, Jr., both sporting traditional straw boaters and appearing to the left side of the image. Alphonsine is the smiling woman leaning on the railing; Alphonse, who was responsible for the boat rental, is the leftmost figure.

Also wearing boaters are figures appearing to be Renoir's close friends Eugène Pierre Lestringez, a bureaucrat, and Paul Lhote, himself an artist. Renoir depicts them flirting with the actress Jeanne Samary in the upper righthand corner of the painting.

In the right foreground, Gustave Caillebotte wears a white boater's shirt and flat-topped straw boater's hat as he sits backwards in his chair next to actress Angèle Legault and Italian journalist Adrien Maggiolo. An art patron, painter, and important figure in the impressionist circle, Caillebotte was also an avid boatman and drew on that subject for several works.


Contemporary critical reception

At the Seventh Impressionist Exhibition in 1882, the painting generally received praise from critics. "It is fresh and free without being too bawdy," wrote Paul de Charry in Le Pays, March 10, 1882. In La Vie Moderne (March 11, 1882), Armand Silvestre wrote, "...one of the best things [Renoir] has painted...There are bits of drawing that are completely remarkable, drawing- true drawing- that is a result of the juxtaposition of hues and not of line. It is one of the most beautiful pieces that this insurrectionist art by Independent artists has produced." Alternatively, Le Figaro published Albert Wolff's comment on March 2, 1882: "If he had learned to draw, Renoir would have a very pretty picture..."




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 14, 2017, 08:55:04 pm
armie hammer peachily recording the CMBYN audiobook (2017)


(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGQ8c_GUQAAW-NG.jpg)
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DF21OeUVwAAKmpv.jpg)
http://tweetiz.com/pjspears/tweet/891003790509445120
https://twitter.com/badposthammer


PETER SPEARS

IPHONE: LOOK WHO'S RECORDING THE AUDIO BOOK OF CALL ME BY YOUR NAME... ARMIE HAMMER
JULY 28, 2017
@PJSPEARS
Peter Spears (@pjspears)







LATER!
(https://static.tumblr.com/f29afb3cc5cd2d50b46bf67819b93964/g7sfw7g/mSsoui13r/tumblr_static_940nzyiag6os08o4w444ggcsk.png) by fuckmeelio.tumblr and
                                                                     by eliopearlmans.tumblr
                                                    





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Ok, i know the photo isn't of Armey, but the image is great, isn't it?

Click either link immediately below to hear Armey Hammer reading/reciting
the last paragraph of the last page of

André Aciman's Call Me By Your Name


https://www.instagram.com/p/BYOvXZkhyRT/?hl=en&taken-by=armiehammer
http://fuckmeelio.tumblr.com/post/164608400165/armie-hammers-sexy-voice-reading-that-last
https://eliopearlmans.tumblr.com/post/164610074024/fuckmeelio-armie-hammers-sexy-voice-reading-tha
t



I stopped for a second.

If you remember everything, I wanted to say, and if you are really like me, then before you leave tomorrow, or when you're just ready to shut the door of the taxi and have already said goodbye to everyone else and there's not a thing left to say in this life, then, just this once, turn to me, even in jest, or as an afterthought, which would have meant everything to me when we were together, and, as you did back then, look me in the face, hold my gaze, and call me by your name.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armie Hammer



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26th August 2017  212 notes








Oh my.   :o :o :o




https://www.amazon.com/Call-Me-Your-Name-Novel/dp/B06ZZZXQ9G


Call Me by Your Name: A Novel – Audiobook – Unabridged
André Aciman (Author), Armie Hammer (Narrator), Macmillan Audio (Publisher)


(https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51fN96NTQRL._AA300_.jpg)


Pre-order purchase
Releases October 03, 2017



Audiobook
$0.00
Free with your Audible trial

 
Audio CD
$32.46
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©2017 André Aciman (P)2017 Macmillan Audio


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 07:51:27 am
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
https://www.garow.me/users/erkinaken/4225893710


(I am attributing this
lovely pencil sketch and
scrap of a tag line quote
to this artist because it
seems right. Please
let me know if this is
incorrect, thanks! JG)



my thoughts only
going nowhere

(https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-19/s150x150/21372127_114640965919083_7751548261332156416_a.jpg) by @erkinaken
(https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQY2FG2KzSW8uO9ZhCmFJcfYSy2_DDFELumuetWsxGhfP58rgrO5w)
https://www.garow.me/users/erkinaken/4225893710
http://www.imgrum.co/tag/elio/


"I imagined Elio crying out to Oliver,
begging him to stay with him for the rest of his life.
All those could-have-beens always break me
because they are not to be."









This following sketch clearly by
the artist @erkinaken.
(https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/s640x640/sh0.08/e35/20633694_161410947742254_9116332067334914048_n.jpg)
http://www.thepicta.com/media/1576152366792870189_4225893710
https://www.garow.me/media/1576152366792870189_4225893710
http://www.thepicta.com/user/erkinaken/4225893710
https://www.garow.me/users/erkinaken/4225893710


"What are you doing there Elio?"





CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by @erkinaken


https://www.garow.me/users/erkinaken/4225893710




1:20pm 08/07/2017
Comments: 3  Likes: 31

Fan Art / Digital Art / Drawings /
#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#fanart #character #closeup #inspiration #inspired by  #elio #elio perlman #oliver #ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#mydrawing #illustration #illustrations #art #artwork #artworks #artworkoftheday
#doodle #doodles #sketch #sketchaday #pencildrawing #pencildrawings
#drawing #drawingart #drawingaday #drawings
#drawnbyme  #✏️ #🍑 #❤️  



(https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-19/s150x150/21372127_114640965919083_7751548261332156416_a.jpg)








(Click here for this fan's other posts, pages 4 and 11 in this thread)
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https://www.garow.me/media/1571450361696528490_4225893710


I got a copy of the korean translation of #callmebyyourname #cmbyn
with a beautiful illustration cover, and it's aesthetically so satisfying.
The title changed, and it can translate into "that year, the summer's guest."




(https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-19/s150x150/21372127_114640965919083_7751548261332156416_a.jpg)


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 09:57:22 am






(https://68.media.tumblr.com/3cb3a2b8c53bf53c886c407e5edb1546/tumblr_ootyebpWBr1rco73zo1_r1_500.png)
http://vosijk.co.vu/post/159875588186/youre-the-luckiest-kid-in-the-world-he-said
https://billowyblueshirt.tumblr.com/post/160238913734/alekzandermorozova
http://www.gramunion.com/tagged/elio%20x%20oliver






But of course, coming back to Monet's Berm--




"So this is where Monet came to paint."

"I'll show you at home. We have a book with wonderful reproductions of the area around here."

"Yes, you'll have to show me."





And this happens--




"Better now?" he asked afterward.

I did not answer but lifted my face to his and kissed him again, almost savagely, not because I was filled with passion or even because his kiss still lacked the zeal I was looking for, but because [....]





[(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGaDBZBVoAAXURr.jpg)
from Call Me By Your Name  taken at a premiere, source unknown.
https://twitter.com/badpostchalamet  @badpostchalamet  timothée updates
https://twitter.com/apeachpricot  @apeachpricot








Similarly--



(http://68.media.tumblr.com/7585ba8a04417d6338e9f50962a199c3/tumblr_otfmtz8cPn1rco73zo2_500.png)

(http://68.media.tumblr.com/44642283dd2dabe8ed73afb10451fd95/tumblr_otfmtz8cPn1rco73zo1_500.png)

http://tattooedsiren.tumblr.com/search/call+me+by+your+name/page/2



What’s liking
when we’re talking about
worshipping?








All from:

Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armie Hammer





Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 12:41:19 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
http://imgrid.net/user/carolamarin.art/
https://twitter.com/alteruendelig




(https://instagram.fewr1-2.fna.fbcdn.net/t51.2885-19/s150x150/22638721_1771070459857923_5491366449601576960_n.jpg) by carola nå
                            @alteruendelig




(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DJoh6KCWsAEzAQe.jpg:large)
http://instagram.com/carolamarin.art
https://twitter.com/hashtag/cmbyn
https://twitter.com/alteruendelig


Whom else would I ever be able to call by my name?
by carola nå (handwriting by @lacartaqueno)



Sep 13 2017

#call me by your name  #cmbyn  #andré aciman  #luca guadagnino  #lgbt
#timothée chalamet  #elio  #elio perlman  #armie hammer  #oliver  #ulliva
#portrait  #painting  #art  #artist  #fanart  #instagram  #twitter
#movies  #film #lgbtmovie  #oscar
#later!



CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by carola nå
                                                                          @alteruendelig

https://twitter.com/alteruendelig


  

(https://instagram.fewr1-2.fna.fbcdn.net/t51.2885-19/s150x150/22638721_1771070459857923_5491366449601576960_n.jpg)








The foot that came to rest on mine under the table told me that perhaps I should let it go and assume my father was onto something. "He's no fool," he said later that morning as he was getting ready to head up to B.

"Want me to come with?"

"No, better keep a low profile. You should work on your Haydn today. Later."

"Later."

Marzia called that morning while he was about to leave. He almost winked when he handed me the telephone. There was no hint of irony, nothing that didn't remind me, unless I was mistaken--and I don't think I was--that what we had between us was the total transparency that exists among friends only.

Perhaps we were friends first and lovers second.

But then perhaps this is what lovers are.

[....]

For weeks I had mistaken his stare for barefaced hostility. I was wide of the mark. It was simply a shy man's way of holding someone else's gaze.

We were, it finally dawned on me, the two shyest persons in the world.






(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DIVOpWiW0AIOBXI.jpg)
https://twitter.com/cmbynmovie


(http://cdn2-www.comingsoon.net/assets/uploads/2017/08/callmeheader.jpg)


(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DIVnf5zXoAEzWxz.jpg)




Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armie Hammer

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 08:46:50 pm
(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)
(http://www.ert.gr/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/tiff-2017-1021x576.jpg)
(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)
CLICKFORVIDEO:CLICKFORVIDEO:CLICKFORVIDEO:
http://www.mtv.com/video-clips/oste9i/mtvnews-series-armie-hammer-and-timothy-chalamet-x-tiff
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/4c050fea2178f9e1e76f130be6ee93b6/tumblr_owboc6mtTa1qe8tjno2_540.gif)
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/ab68236b4390ad5639e1158e2042e453/tumblr_owboc6mtTa1qe8tjno1_540.gif)
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/c8bddcc5dff575ad897e9a7634a01a4e/tumblr_owboc6mtTa1qe8tjno3_540.gif)
CLICKFORVIDEO:CLICKFORVIDEO:CLICKFORVIDEO:
http://www.mtv.com/video-clips/oste9i/mtvnews-series-armie-hammer-and-timothy-chalamet-x-tiff

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Interview
TIFF 2017
Special Friends on Location: The Chemistry of
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

Published on Sep 13, 2017

(http://logok.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Original-MTV-Logo.png)



Actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet at the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF with MTV's  Josh Horowitz talk about filiming and seeing the finished product of Call Me By Your Name and chat about becoming close friends while shooting on location in Crema, Italy.



(http://mtv.mtvnimages.com/arc/1.jpeg)

http://www.mtv.com/video-clips/oste9i/mtvnews-series-armie-hammer-and-timothy-chalamet-x-tiff

http://luca-guadagnino.tumblr.com/post/165364803066/bowie28-josh-horowitz-if-i-were-to-describe-the

http://bowie28.tumblr.com/post/165364324865

https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 10:24:43 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/avatar_95d291388c96_40.png)by Dozer Draws
(https://68.media.tumblr.com/6113703890aba189bca25501344c6aed/tumblr_ow87oz7vxx1vrfw77o1_1280.jpg)
http://littledozerdraws.tumblr.com/post/165298588082/them-beautiful-peach-boys-for-my-dear-friend
http://littledozerdraws.tumblr.com/archive
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/


them beautiful peach boys for my dear friend
@drawsaurus 🍑



sketch commission for @drawsaurus by Dozer Draws 🍑

218 notes  Sept 13, 2017

#call me by your name  #elio  #oliver  #all that peach juice ;0;  
#digital art commission by #dozerdraws
#laterpeaches!

 
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/avatar_95d291388c96_40.png)







CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
(http://68.media.tumblr.com/avatar_95d291388c96_40.png)by Dozer Draws
(https://68.media.tumblr.com/51dac36f48da8c5e18b1baab56b48eff/tumblr_oovn13rpML1vrfw77o1_1280.jpg)
http://littledozerdraws.tumblr.com/post/159909360847/sketch-commission-for-drawsaurus
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/post/163494358601/littledozerdraws-sketch-commission-for
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/image/163494358601
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/tagged/commission
https://www.tumblr.com/tagged/call-me-peaches
http://littledozerdraws.tumblr.com/archive
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/



all that peach juice



sketch commission for @drawsaurus by Dozer Draws 🍑

217 notes  Apr 23rd, 2017

#call me by your name  #all that peach juice ;0;  
#sketch commission  for  #dozerdraws














(http://static.tumblr.com/ec55ccf815aac6ea95376c55a42242fa/snqt5yb/Nnkopqc9p/tumblr_static_2iw3iou4elq88kg4wk44co4co.png)   by cersell.art
                🎠 Mick | 21 | Dutch

(https://68.media.tumblr.com/225945aac99fdd2ff5c6e13241c65100/tumblr_ou4seyQT621uh8v19o1_1280.png)
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/post/163783736276/cersell-drawn-on-commission-by-drawsaurus-thank
http://cersell.tumblr.com/post/163769328367/drawn-on-commission-by-drawsaurus-thank-you
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/image/164091023156
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/tagged/commission
https://www.instagram.com/cersell.art/
https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/
http://cersell.tumblr.com/


fucking precious moments angel baby



Drawn by cersell.art on commission for @drawsaurus  Thank you!

04.08.17  241 notes
#my art  #commission work  #drawsaurus  #call me by your name






/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /







oh jesus i just organised my commissions tag and guys i’ve got a problem
( https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/tagged/commission )

(MAKING TALENTED PEOPLE DRAW U BEAUTIFUL THINGS IS JUST SO ADDICTIVE)


CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by @drawsaurus
                                                                                                drawsaurus.tumblr.com


https://drawsaurus.tumblr.com/

  

Fan Art / Digital Art / Drawings /
#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName  #sketch commission  for  #@drawsaurus
#my boys   #my good sweet boys
#Elio  #Oliver  #laterpeaches
#oliver ulliva  #elio perlman  #armie hammer #timothée chalamet
#seriously   #i love this   #just so much
#oliver's HAIR   #his EYELASHES
#the soft nostalgic summer glow of it all   #i love it
#later!!!



(https://68.media.tumblr.com/avatar_3c4a0253b608_40.png)

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Jeff Wrangler on September 15, 2017, 10:45:20 pm
I know about the peach. Must've been a pretty big peach. Or someone must've had a pretty small--oh. never mind!
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 15, 2017, 11:37:26 pm
I know about the peach. Must've been a pretty big peach. Or someone must've had a pretty small--oh. never mind!



Well, Jeff, it's a big MEME of a peach by now!   ::) ;) :laugh:

FYI, a character in the original novel by André Aciman, the Perlman's gardener (named Anchise) is famed for producing lusciously large peaches and apricots. Fruit memes abound. Just so you know. ;)








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“I met this dashing golden boy, and I found him really, really attractive in the most pure sense of the word. Armie is really a buoyant man with a great talent. He’s never shy. And Oliver in the book is described like a movie star — he charms everybody. So I sent the script and a week later I received a call. And when I spoke to Armie he said, ‘I feel a bit scared by this role.’


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TIFF 2017
Luca Guadagnino and Armie Hammer on
Call Me by Your Name
by Brent Simon
Hollywood Foreign Press Association
September 12, 2017


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“I met this dashing golden boy, and I found him really, really attractive--”     Luca Guadagnino and Armie Hammer, Call Me by Your Name




TORONTO - Stressors that cause fear are something that, in real life, most of us try to avoid. Humans, after all, instinctively seek out that which offers them comfort. But for creatively driven individuals, flagged apprehension can provoke a different response — drawing them toward a project, for reasons sometimes difficult to articulate, like a moth to a flame.

Such was the case with Call Me by Your Name,  a coming-of-age period piece which debuted to much buzz at the Sundance Film Festival and arrived at the Toronto Film Festival this week in advance of its awards-season theatrical release this fall. Adapted by James Ivory from André Aciman’s 2007 novel of the same name, director Luca Guadagnino’s 1980s-set film stars Armie Hammer as Oliver, an American college student who spends a summer in Italy doing post-graduate study and finds himself slowly falling into a romantic relationship with the younger teenage son, Elio (Timothée Chalamet), of his hosts.

“I met Armie right after the The Social Network,  when I was trying to put together The Bigger Splash,” recalls Guadagnino during a relaxed conversation at TIFF 2017. “I met this dashing golden boy, and I found him really, really attractive in the most pure sense of the word. Armie is really a buoyant man with a great talent. He’s never shy. And Oliver in the book is described like a movie star — he charms everybody. So I sent the script and a week later I received a call. And when I spoke to Armie he said, ‘I feel a bit scared by this role.’ So we walked through it, and spoke about it. I said, ‘Fear is good, fear is like desire — you go toward your fears.’ We finished the call an hour later and he said, ‘Great, I’m in.’”

Hammer, for his part, was drawn to the subtle beauty of Call Me by Your Name,  but was also wary — as much about fully understanding the narrative’s nuances as the subject matter itself. His talk with Guadagnino helped clarify those elements, but also led him to realize a deeper truth about the direction he’d like his career to take.

“It was just a beautiful conversation,” says Hammer. “(Luca) helped me see things from a perspective that was different than my own — in a way where I realized that I had to do this movie almost because it did challenge me and make me nervous. Through that conversation that I had with Luca we got on the same page, and it was great.”

The end result of the collaboration, evocatively captured by cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, is at once wistful, sensual and melancholic — a beguiling story of summer love which serves as proof that facing uncertainty and anxieties head on can yield wonderful dividends.  🍑

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Call Me by Your Name
Came Together
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September 13 2017


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"Elio is a genius pianist--"  and Sufjan Stevens is the genius chronicler.   Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name




Call Me by Your Name  has been a festival favorite this year (and will likely become an award season favorite too), and the beauty of the film goes beyond the moving performances of the cast. The Italian setting provides a gorgeous backdrop for the film, which takes place in 1983 and chronicles the romance of 17-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) and 24-year-old Oliver (Armie Hammer). The film also has a memorable, dreamy soundtrack, combining classical music, songs from Sufjan Stevens (including two new songs), and recognizable hits from the '80s (most notably, "Love My Way" by The Psychedelic Furs). During a Q&A at the Toronto Film Festival, director Luca Guadagnino discussed how he chose the music for the film and why Sufjan Stevens almost passed on it entirely.

On how he approached incorporating music in the film: "The temptation is always to not put music in the movie, and that's coming from me, and I put a lot of music in my films. But in this case, basically, the beginning of everything was Elio and his way of being a musician. Elio is a genius pianist. And there is no doubt that in growing up, he will become a pianist. Him being a pianist was important for the classical music to play in the film. So we went into the canon of the piano music that he's playing in the film — Bach, Debussy — and then we go into the music of the period of the film. Then, of course, we wanted to be immersed in the period, 1983, the Summer, the Summer heat, so we started on what were the hits in Italy at the time. What was playing on the radio? What was in heavy rotation on the radio? And it was a pleasure because a lot of these songs were part of my upbringing."

On how Sufjan Stevens became involved: "I thought a voice that was external, of narration, could be great. I thought, 'why don't we have a chronicler, who opens and closes the movie with a thought of introduction and epilogue?' I thought it would be cool if we had not an actor, but a musician. And I love Sufjan, so I approached him for that. And he said, 'forget about it, it's never gonna happen.' So I said, 'OK, what about a song that can be, in a way, playing like that? A song of a musician of today telling the story of someone back in the '80s?' And then he really surprised us, because a couple of months later, when we were shooting, I got an email from his management. And Sufjan not only made a song, but he made two. And also, he made an adaptation for the piano of his beautiful 'Futile Devices.'"




Call Me by Your Name opens Nov. 24, and the official soundtrack will be released on Oct. 20
but you can hear Sufjan Stevens's "Mystery of Love" here:



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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Soundtrack
Mystery of Love - Sufjan Stevens

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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Soundtrack
Futile Devices - Sufjan Stevens

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"I'll be okay." I slipped a hand into his pants.
"I do love being here with you."

It was my way of saying, I've been happy here as well.
I tried to picture what happy here  meant to him:
happy once he got here after imagining what
the place might look like, happy doing his
work on those scorching mornings in heaven,
happy biking back and forth from the translator,
happy disappearing into town every night and
coming back so late,  happy with my parents
and dinner drudgery, happy with his
poker friends and all the other friends
he had made in town and about whom
I knew nothing whatsoever?
One day he might tell me.
I wondered what part I
played in the overall
happiness package.



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but here you go ♥♥




When I think back to our last ten days together, I see an early-morning swim, our lazy breakfasts, the ride to town, work in the garden, lunches, our afternoon naps, more work in the afternoon, tennis maybe, after-dinners in the piazzetta, and every night the kind of lovemaking that can run circles around time. Looking back to these days, I don't think there was ever a minute, other than the half hour or so he spent with his translator, or when I managed to steal a few hours with Marzia, when we weren't together.

"When did you know about me?" I asked him one day. I was hoping he'd say, When I squeezed your shoulder and you almost wilted in my arms.  Or, When you got wet under your bathing suit that one afternoon when we chatted in your room. Something along those lines.



"When you blushed," he said.



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Call Me by Your Name  takes place in its own isolated fantasia, a fabulous Italian utopia filled with peach trees, red wine, and fish so big that it takes two hands to carry them into the kitchen. “We wanted it to be perfect,” director Luca Guadagnino says. The big old house that the film was shot in is in Crema, three miles from Guadagnino’s own home, which he shares with his partner of ten years, Ferdinando. (“My relationship is renewing itself every day. Every day is like a new day and the first day. And I’m not saying that to be, like, cheesy but it’s true,” he says lovingly of his partner.) He had originally wanted to purchase the house for himself, but couldn’t quite afford it, so instead, still moved by its beauty, he gave it a life onscreen.






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Call Me by Your Name
and Extraordinary Beauty of Ordinary Love

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September 12 2017


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Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet make sweet music in Call Me by Your Name



What would it feel like to see a carefree gay boy on the big screen? American cinema about gay men has generally fallen into several fairly hardened categories: personal struggle (Moonlight  and Brokeback Mountain), the devastation of the AIDS crisis (Philadelphia, Angels in America), the battle for rights (The Normal Heart  and Milk,  which ends with real-life pioneer Harvey Milk’s assassination), over-the-top extravaganza (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, the filmography of John Waters). This is not to say that all these movies aren’t great or don’t express real pathos about what it means to be gay in the world — they are and they do. But what would it look like if a gay movie was, well, just kind of regular?

We inch closer to a portrayal of unencumbered gayness in the upcoming film Call Me by Your Name,  directed by Luca Guadagnino and based on a 2007 novel by André Aciman. Even with its plainspoken and gentle portrait of gay love, the movie has already garnered the kind of buzz generally reserved for more serious or more campy films, emerging as the breakout success at Sundance, and attracting early Oscar buzz. The story revolves around a young man of seventeen, Elio Perlman, played with masterful poise by the relative newcomer Timothée Chalamet, and the will-they-won’t-they of his infatuation with Armie Hammer’s Oliver, who is staying at Elio’s family’s Italian villa as a research assistant for the Perlman father, a professor. When Elio is at last ready to profess his desire for Oliver, he does so forcefully, and without shame or embarrassment when Oliver, at first, rebuffs him. It’s not that there isn’t tension in the movie — indeed, the sexual anxiety between the two young men, who sleep one room away from each other connected by a creaky hallway, is jittery in the best way — but it evokes the type of butterflies that every kind of kid, with every kind of sexuality, has when they meet that first person who makes their heart beat faster. “Oliver and Elio are really free creatures,” says Guadagnino. “I hope that this movie defies the idea that in order to be expressing your own identity you have to fit into a mold.”

Of course, Elio isn’t just any boy anywhere: He is a privileged one, surrounded by bourgeois comforts and loving parents, an atmosphere that allows him a safe space for finding himself that, say, Moonlight ’s Chiron never has access to in his struggle for self-realization. It is 1983, too, the year that AIDS first appeared in a headline on the front page of the New York Times,  but before it ravaged entire cities and changed the way we think about sex lives. Over the past two decades, Guadagnino, 46, has won praise for the sheer beauty of his movies, like I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash,  which are filled with wealthy characters in gorgeous Italian settings. Call Me by Your Name  takes place in its own isolated fantasia, a fabulous Italian utopia filled with peach trees, red wine, and fish so big that it takes two hands to carry them into the kitchen. “We wanted it to be perfect,” Guadagnino says. The big old house that the film was shot in is in Crema, three miles from Guadagnino’s own home, which he shares with his partner of ten years, Ferdinando. (“My relationship is renewing itself every day. Every day is like a new day and the first day. And I’m not saying that to be, like, cheesy but it’s true,” he says lovingly of his partner.) He had originally wanted to purchase the house for himself, but couldn’t quite afford it, so instead, still moved by its beauty, he gave it a life onscreen.

But Chalamet is the revelation. The skinny 21-year-old born-and-raised New Yorker is a subtle if eye-catching presence in his previous work, including as the young son of Matthew McConaughey’s character in 2015’s Interstellar.  Here, he is the heart and soul. “We had a lunch together a few years ago and this young man was so vivid that I was immediately attracted by him,” says Guadagnino. “Young people have a capacity of wonderment that I am really drawn to. I like wonderment. I wasn’t thinking, ‘Can he act or not?’ I was more thinking, ‘This is the embodiment of Elio.’ ” Act he can, though: So poignantly does he play the anticipation of first love that often he doesn’t even need words; his shyness about Oliver sometimes keeps him from speaking his mind, but every muscle, eye twitch, frustrated collapse into bed, and sigh expresses perfectly what it’s like to love someone and, for so many reasons, not yet know what to do about it. Elio and Oliver are bonded by being Jewish in a place where the religion is practically nonexistent, and even the way Elio plays with his Star of David necklace, worn to match Oliver’s, is evocative. “It’s about letting the characters be without hinging on performance of the lines,” Guadagnino says. “Once you make the screen breathe with life, you can get to the place in which tension grows.”

There are sex scenes in the movie, too, and in this way, perhaps Call Me by Your Name ’s closest analogue is a movie not about gay men, but about gay women: 2013’s French film Blue Is the Warmest Color.  But the emphasis is not on lovemaking as much as it is on the flirtatious dance between Oliver and Elio that goes on before and after the hookup. “I wasn’t trying to display erotic acts for the sake of it,” Guadagnino says. The climax doesn’t involve sex at all, but a father-to-son conversation about love and pain that serves as something of the thesis for the movie. After Elio’s Italian mother, Annella (played by a sage Amira Casar), and American father, Mr. Perlman (played by a sweet Michael Stuhlbarg), realize what is going on between their son and Oliver, Mr. Perlman deals with it in a way so poetic and generous and empathetic that it almost feels unreal, particularly if you are a gay man who did not slide so comfortably out of the closet. “I never really came out. I was lucky enough to be who I wanted to be without any hiding ever. [But] maybe people can adopt Elio’s dad as their own if they go through a difficult time with their fathers,” Guadagnino says. The scene is completely counterintuitive to how we expect to see fathers deal with their sons, and though it’s sad to admit in 2017, it still feels almost shocking to see its warmth and tenderness. “It’s about compassion, trust, wisdom.”

Guadagnino is aware of the hard work that earlier films put in to prime theatergoers for the intimacy of Call Me by Your Name . “Audiences were ready for something as sophisticated as the great Moonlight,”  he says of the Barry Jenkins–directed movie that won last year’s Best Picture award for its gutting portrayal of a black gay upbringing in Miami, “so I think that a great work of art arrives when it needs to arrive.” And now is the time for Call Me by Your Name,  a complicated-but-not-too-complicated ode to the joy of gay love. “I think it’s about not judging the other. That’s something that is interesting to me,” he says. “Not that I don’t think there aren’t unspeakable acts of intolerance all over the world, but I think we really need expressions of tenderness. Maybe this is a powerful political statement. So many walls have been built, but this movie is my way to build bridges.”




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Call Me by Your Name  takes place in its own isolated fantasia, a fabulous Italian utopia filled with peach trees, red wine, and fish so big that it takes two hands to carry them into the kitchen. “We wanted it to be perfect,” director Luca Guadagnino says. The big old house that the film was shot in is in Crema, three miles from Guadagnino’s own home, which he shares with his partner of ten years, Ferdinando. (“My relationship is renewing itself every day. Every day is like a new day and the first day. And I’m not saying that to be, like, cheesy but it’s true,” he says lovingly of his partner.) He had originally wanted to purchase the house for himself, but couldn’t quite afford it, so instead, still moved by its beauty, he gave it a life onscreen.

https://www.villagevoice.com/2017/09/12/call-me-by-your-name-and-extraordinary-beauty-of-ordinary-love/





In an office that doubles as a guest bedroom, he writes his scripts at one of two side-by-side leather desks. (His partner of seven years, also an Italian filmmaker, sits at the other.) Guadagnino, who has acquired other apartments in the building, has effectively turned much of it into his moviemaking compound. His production team works in a ground-floor suite that opens onto the cobblestone courtyard-cum-parking lot; he edits his films in a studio just above them. The actors in his films, lodged in nearby B&Bs, zoom over on bicycles and watch movies on a screen mounted to a wall in the regal living room. Doors always seem open; friends and assistants freely wander in and out, careful to avoid disturbing the few families still living in the other wing. “A good creative place,” the director says.





(http://www.schermaglie.it/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Ferdinando-Cito-Filomarino-e1452453727782.jpg)



Ferdinando Cito Filomarino
Writer | Director | Assistant Director

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2982028/

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinando_Cito_Filomarino


Ferdinando Cito Filomarino (b. 1986, 30-31 years old) was born and grew up in Milan. After studying in Boston and London, he studied at the DAMS (Discipline delle Arti, della Musica e dello Spettacolo) in Bologna  and completed a work on a film-historical theme. Filomarino did not attend a film school but learned his craft on the set . He gained his first experience in the film as a director and assistant to the film editor at film projects in London.

Crucial for his career as a director was his encounter with Luca Guadagnino, who hired him for his film I Am Love  as an assistant director. In Guadagnino's films A Bigger Splash, Call Me by Your Name and in the post-production remake Suspiria,  he was Second Unit Director. In 2010, he directed the short film Diarchia,  for which he also wrote the screenplay. In the same year, Diarchia  received the Pianifica Award at the Locarno International Film Festival, and the Short Filmmaking Award at the Sundance Film Festival and Filomarino, the silver band of the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists as the best short film director. He also wrote his own books for his films. In 2013, he directed the documentary L'inganno  on the development of Luchino Visconti's film Gruppo di famiglia in un interno.  It was Visconti's penultimate film, which was paralyzed on production halfway after a stroke and died two years later. Filomarino himself is a descendant of the Visconti and extensively related to Luchino Visconti.

After another short film, he worked with Sayombhu Mukdeeprom as cinematographer his only feature film so far. In Antonia it is about the life of the Milanese lyricist Antonia Pozzi , who took her life in 1938. The film ran in 2015 in the competition of the festival in Karlovy Vary and received a Special Jury Mention.




Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (5 credits)
 2018 Suspiria (second unit director) (post-production)
 2017 Call Me by Your Name (second unit director)
 2015 A Bigger Splash (second unit director)
 2012 The Landlords (second unit director)
 2009 I Am Love (second second assistant director)







Re the writer of the Berlinale article in MIC magazine, Page 12 above in this thread: I TOLD YOU! WHAT AN IDIOT!!




https://mic.com/articles/168595/berlinale-review-call-me-by-your-name-is-a-portrait-of-homosexual-intimacy-that-honors-the-book

But the literary depth of Call Me by Your Name  is set dressing to the soul of the story, which is the relationship between Elio and Oliver. Neither Aciman nor Guadagnino is openly queer — Aciman is married to a woman and Guadagnino has not publicly discussed his orientation [FYI, this is not correct. According to wikipedia, Guadagnino is gay, and in the NYT Sunday Weekend article (August 1 2016),  Guadagnino says he lives with a partner who is a filmmaker, although the partner's name is not mentioned--although I have an idea who!--JG.] — but each creates a tender portrait of a relationship between two men who cannot initially admit their affection, neither to one another nor to themselves. Both film and novel capture the unbearable privacy of closeted desire, which proceeds by degrees — a touch, a look, a certain preference that, by design, can be neither quantified nor directly confronted — the hesitant physicality between men who can’t be certain that the other won’t turn and run, or worse. When this tension finally breaks, the emotional and physical release of freedom — freedom to kiss, even simply to stare — is like finally breathing.




https://mic.com/articles/168595/berlinale-review-call-me-by-your-name-is-a-portrait-of-homosexual-intimacy-that-honors-the-book

Viewers may take issue, not unfairly, with Guadagnino’s decision to cast non-queer actors to play queer characters, a choice that on paper feels out of step with progress. Brokeback Mountain  starred two straight actors in 2005, and Andrew Haigh's 2011 film Weekend  featured an openly gay actor in one of the two lead roles. Call Me by Your Name  is a film directed by an ostensibly heterosexual man [not  correct--see above, JG] based on a book written by a heterosexual man starring two heterosexual male leads — and yet its emotional resonance persists.




https://mic.com/articles/168595/berlinale-review-call-me-by-your-name-is-a-portrait-of-homosexual-intimacy-that-honors-the-book

As a viewer, I’m the last to apologize for actors playing below their privilege, and I simply can’t explain how Call Me by Your Name  manages to pull it off. Perhaps it’s the increased normalcy of cishomosexuality, particularly between white men, which has erased the "bravery" of playing queer. Perhaps it's the relatively low profile of every actor in the film — Armie Hammer is well-known, but this is neither a typical role for him nor touted as any kind of dramatic breakout. For all its baked-in heterosexuality [again, what??  JG], Guadagnino’s film is a rapturous portrait of homosexual intimacy that is every bit as deep and tender as its source material.





FYI AGAIN:
(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c1/Luca_Guadagnino_%28cropped%29.jpg)
Luca Guadagnino at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luca_Guadagnino#/media/File:Luca_Guadagnino_(cropped).jpg
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luca_Guadagnino


Does this look like a straight man to you?? PUH-leeze!!





Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 16, 2017, 11:12:16 pm
(https://68.media.tumblr.com/fdacaff3d7533b32ee393aa4468a4b6c/tumblr_ow1imoa1bl1qav05wo1_1280.jpg)(https://68.media.tumblr.com/ebb20aa7bfb758e003ca6a64ade91258/tumblr_ow1iqhczI31qav05wo1_1280.jpg)
Armie Hammer for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri                                                                Timothée Chalamet for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri
http://athinglikethat.tumblr.com/post/165169531884/armie-hammer-for-tiffxhuawei-portrait-studio-by              http://athinglikethat.tumblr.com/post/165169591044/timoth%C3%A9e-chalamet-for-tiffxhuawei-portrait-studio
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/image/165207248832                                                                                 https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/image/165207233959
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/                                                                                                                https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/
SEP 10 2017                                                                                                                                             SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17                                                                                                                                                    TIFF 17
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 16, 2017, 11:26:09 pm
(https://68.media.tumblr.com/d525240c6672876bc5a8aa079768ce78/tumblr_ow1iovtju61qav05wo1_1280.jpg)
Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri

http://athinglikethat.tumblr.com/post/165169566704/luca-guadagnino-armie-hammer-and-timoth%C3%A9e
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/image/165207267181
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/
SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17





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Luca Guadagnino for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri

http://www.gramunion.com/iblis-chalamet.tumblr.com/165158988819
http://www.tiff.net/the-review/tiff17-portrait-studio-day-2/
https://twitter.com/CMBYNmovie
SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 16, 2017, 11:51:56 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
http://thebluepeninsula.tumblr.com/

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http://thebluepeninsula.tumblr.com/post/165203733781/i-saw-this-photo-this-morning-and-my-heart-burst
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/image/165206848863




i saw this photo this morning and my heart burst and i decided to draw it




CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by thebluepeninsula.tumblr.com

http://thebluepeninsula.tumblr.com/



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#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#tbh i never *never* thought i'd be out here making cmbyn fan art
#yet here we are
#this was fun & i need to draw more often
#art #artwork #draw #drawing #portrait
##artist #sketch #sketchbook #my art
#eyes #nose #mouth
#happy


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Woah.  :o
Yes, we are told this is
a still from the film.
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DJNuMgEVoAAb8LN.jpg:large)
http://pedropascals.tumblr.com/post/165136161970/call-me-by-your-name-2017-dir-luca-guadagnino
http://www.gramunion.com/v-ltersen.tumblr.com/165115315434
https://twitter.com/badpostchalamet
https://twitter.com/lllooouuuiiis
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#I WANT THIS MOVIE  #AND I WANT IT NOW  #timothée chalamet  #armie hammer  #cmbyn

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 17, 2017, 12:15:51 am
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(http://68.media.tumblr.com/598be0c933a8346ee2cd360f763ec1be/tumblr_ow2dbjydzS1qe8tjno3_r1_500.gif)
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/post/165196337143/bowie28-armie-hammers-uncomfortably-memorable
http://bowie28.tumblr.com/post/165184516335
 
Don't look into my phone. Career over.
SEPTEMBER 10TH  -  205 NOTES  -  J
 
Armie Hammer’s Uncomfortably Memorable Parts in Call Me by Your Name
POSTED 6 DAYS AGO


Host Dave Karger actor Armie Hammer, actor Timothee Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino
of 'Call Me By Your Name' attend The IMDb Studio Hosted By The Visa Infinite Lounge
at The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival at Bisha Hotel & Residences
on September 8, 2017 in Toronto, Canada



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http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/d9H2iKOR3_l/Day+One+IMDb+Studio+Hosted+Visa+Infinite+Lounge/s0WATx0Ii92


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 17, 2017, 10:25:37 am


FYI, distinguished author André Aciman and producer Peter Spears of Call Me by Your Name  play a visiting gay couple from Chicago in the movie (and who insist in speaking atrocious Italian to the Perlmans)--everyone is saying the scene is hilarious!




(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Call_Me_By_Your_Name_Berlinale_8609_8610.jpg)

From left: Armie Hammer (Oliver) Timothée Chalamet (Elio)   (?)   Amira Casar (Annella) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Esther Garrel (Marzia)  Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Peter Spears (Producer--and Isaac)





(https://thumbs.mic.com/ZTFlNjliMjYyZSMvQ2FjTTZQYU1DVUY3TVpmQnNjdG9zeml5Z1FRPS8weDE1Nzo0NzIweDI0NDMvMTYwMHg5MDAvZmlsdGVyczpmb3JtYXQoanBlZyk6cXVhbGl0eSg4MCkvaHR0cHM6Ly9zMy5hbWF6b25hd3MuY29tL3BvbGljeW1pYy1pbWFnZXMvbGd3eHJsYmpxbTV3MDlhZ21zYWM0YnBsdXdveWU1bzV5azVxZGNnc29ienZnbzZvZXJ3YnV5Yzg0cDFycHlweC5qcGc.jpg)
The (partial) cast and crew of Call Me by Your Name

Front Row: Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Esther Garrel (Marzia) Timothée Chalamet (Elio) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Amira Casar (Annella) Luca Guadagnino (Director)
Center Back Row: Peter Spears (Isaac--and Producer) and, Far Right Back Row: Armie Hammer (Oliver)

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images




(https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-TNBPMrmzjig/WKrc9nAQhdI/AAAAAAAAhGY/FtuqSJL5XIcTA2jIasBgsCipJ1ekEy6iACLcB/s1600/67th%2Bannual%2BBerlin%2BInternational%2BFilm%2BFestival.jpg)

9 February to 18 February 2017

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/67th_Berlin_International_Film_Festival

(FYI, American actress Maggie Gyllenhaal was a juror!)







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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Front-Ranger on September 17, 2017, 10:43:02 am
Can't wait to see this film! Thanks for all your lovely images and words. Crema looks like a wonderful place, just south of the Lake District and east of Milan.
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 18, 2017, 06:31:31 pm
Can't wait to see this film! Thanks for all your lovely images and words.




Thank you, Lee! And yay!   :D   I really, really hope you'll be able see it--but we'll find out how "limited" a release it will be in the U.S., ugh.   ::)




Crema looks like a wonderful place, just south of the Lake District and east of Milan.




I know that our Paul was a bit worried at first about the relocation from the town of Bordighera (in the Italian province of Liguria on the Italian Riviera) to director Luca Guadagnino's hometown of Crema (in the northern province of Lombardy, but in the movie it is only mentioned as "somewhere in the north of Italy"). Although in André Aciman's 2007 novel the town is only called "B," it's clear it is Bordighera, not only because of the Claude Monet references in the book (Monet went there to paint some very lovely things, and one section of Aciman's book, Part 2, is entitled 'Monet's Berm') but other references which seemed specific and special--like the sea! But the photos and stills taken from the locations, the Perlman family villa (!!) and Sirmione on Lake Garda, which has the "Archaeological site of Grotte di Catullo" look simply ravishing--like you, I cannot wait!

FYI, here's something I just found on line--take a look:





SATURDAY, 16 SEP 2017

Hi! Do you happen to have a list of the locations of the movie? I just discovered I live within an hour of everything, and I wanted to go visit! (Story of my life, they shoot a beautiful movie where I live and I find out a year later >.<) thank you so much for the help!


Well, aren’t you lucky! :)

Fortunately Luca used few locations for the film, mainly around Crema, Moscazzano and Bergamo, so:

Elio's house and most of the biking through the countryside: Moscazzano
Standing in for “B” [Bordighera]: Crema (Piazza Premoli, Piazza Trento e Trieste…)
Train station: Pizzighettone
Fontanili Capralba
Sirmione Lake (most likely Jamaica Beach)
Cascate del Serio
Standing in for Rome: Bergamo, the Agnello D'oro Hotel

If anyone knows of any other locations feel free to comment!


http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/165415109261/hi-do-you-happen-to-have-a-list-of-the-locations
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/post/165463342951/hi-do-you-happen-to-have-a-list-of-the-locations





And there's this:
(http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01870/berg-piazza_1870838b.jpg)

DID YOU KNOW?
French writer Stendhal called Bergamo's Piazza Vecchia "the most beautiful square on Earth".


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/italy/north/8445907/Bergamo-Italy-hotels-restaurants-and-getting-there.html

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 18, 2017, 08:16:24 pm
Bergamo! Joey and I visited there once in the 90s. We had been in Venice, and took a commuter train to Bergamo, on the advice of a foodie friend. Sure enough, we had made reservations at the Agnello d'Oro!!! It's a very old hotel in the "città alta", or high town.

I recall the very beautiful piazza. Also, dinner at the Agnello d'Oro was spectacular: the specialità was "risotto al profumo di bosca"--an incredibly rich concoction with wild mushrooms and truffles. Although you couldn't eat the plates, you could take them home:  the chef designed a new plate yearly with the face of the sun, complimentary with the dish.

I had wondered if the Roman scenes would be included (not mentioned in any review, nor seen in a preview). They're important to the story. Bergamo sitting in for Rome? Molto interessante!

A piu tarde!

(http://www.agnellodoro.it/img/agnello-doro-bergamo-alta-ristorante.jpg)
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 18, 2017, 08:48:18 pm
Bergamo! Joey and I visited there once in the 90s. We had been in Venice, and took a commuter train to Bergamo, on the advice of a foodie friend. Sure enough, we had made reservations at the Agnello d'Oro!!! It's a very old hotel in the "città alta", or high town.

I recall the very beautiful piazza. Also, dinner at the Agnello d'Oro was spectacular: the specialità was "risotto al profumo di bosca"--an incredibly rich concoction with wild mushrooms and truffles. Although you couldn't eat the plates, you could take them home:  the chef designed a new plate yearly with the face of the sun, complimentary with the dish.

I had wondered if the Roman scenes would be included (not mentioned in any review, nor seen in a preview). They're important to the story. Bergamo sitting in for Rome? Molto interessante!

A piu tarde!



(http://www.agnellodoro.it/img/agnello-doro-bergamo-alta-ristorante.jpg)



Well, you were in Heaven  then, weren't you, Paul!   :laugh: 8)


Later!



(http://theplaylist.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/armie-hammer-the-man-from-uncle.jpg)
Poor Armie Hammer (Oliver) in "Rome" (Bergamo??) or--maybe even Hell??--we shall see!



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 18, 2017, 08:51:28 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
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He had, it took me a while to realize, four personalities depending on which bathing suit he was wearing. Knowing which to expect gave me the illusion of a slight advantage. Red: bold, set in his ways, very grown up, almost gruff and ill-tempered--stay away. Yellow: sprightly, buoyant, funny, not without barbs--don't give in too easily; might turn to Red in no time. Green, which he seldom wore: acquiescent, eager to learn, eager to speak, sunny--why wasn't he always like this? Blue: the afternoon he stepped into my room from the balcony, the day he massaged my shoulder, or when he picked up my glass and placed it right next to me.


Today was Red: he was hasty, determined, snappy.




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#CMBYN  #CallMeByYourName #elio  #elio perlman  #oliver  #ulliva #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet
#andré aciman #book  #novel  #luca guadagnino #film  #movie  #movies  #film
#lgbt  #lgbtmovie  #sonyclassics  #oscar
#painting  #art  #artist  #fanart  #twitter
#laterpeaches  #🍑
#Red
#later!

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CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFAN
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my thoughts only
going nowhere

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I got a copy of the korean translation of #callmebyyourname #cmbyn
with a beautiful illustration cover, and it's aesthetically so satisfying.
The title changed, and it can translate into "that year, the summer's guest."


and there's THE peach🍑🍑🍑 [in Elio's hand, see??] 😂😂





(https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/s640x640/sh0.08/e35/20398542_270210383382775_6789780705799831552_n.jpg)
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this kind of love and aspiration, @tchalamet @armiehammer





Elio and Oliver in the illustration cover look exactly alike @tchalamet and @armiehammer 😎😎,
which makes everything better and sweeter 🙌🙌

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2017/08/01 10:40:58

#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman   #oliver ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
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Ulliva, Ulliva, Ulliva ---it was Oliver calling me by his name
when he'd imitate it's transmogrified sound as spoken by Malfalda
 and Anchise; but it'd also be me calling him by his name as well,
hoping he'd call me back to mine, which I'd speak for him to me,
and back to him: Elio, Elio, Elio.






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 19, 2017, 12:17:36 am
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He was baffled to know that apricot trees existed in, of all places, our orchard. On late afternoons, when there was nothing to do in the house, Mafalda would ask him to climb a ladder with a basket and pick those fruits that were almost blushing with shame, she said. He would joke in Italian, pick one out, and ask, Is this one blushing with shame? No, she would say, this one is too young still, youth has no shame, shame comes with age.
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I shall never forget watching him from my table as he climbed the small ladder wearing his red bathing trunks, taking forever to pick the ripest apricots. On his way to the kitchen--wicker basket, espadrilles, billowy shirt, suntan lotion, and all--he threw me a very large one, saying, "Yours," in just the same way he'd throw a tennis ball across the court and say, "Your serve."
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Of course, he had no idea what I'd been thinking minutes earlier, but the firm, rounded cheeks of the apricot with their dimple in the middle reminded me of how his body had stretched across the boughs of the tree with his tight, rounded ass echoing the color and the shape of the fruit. Touching the apricot was like touching him. He would never know, just as the people we buy the newspaper from and then fantasize about all night have no idea that this particular inflection on their face or that tan along their exposed shoulder will give us no end of pleasure when we're alone.
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Yours, like Later!, had an off-the-cuff, unceremonious, here, catch quality that reminded me how twisted and secretive my desires were compared to the expansive spontaneity of everything about him. It would never have occurred to him that in placing the apricot in my palm he was giving me his ass to hold or that, in biting the fruit, I was also biting into that part of his body must have been fairer than the rest because--
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Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 19, 2017, 03:10:45 am




Timothée Chalamet as Elio (....) is a revelation. His timid reservation sheds away as his sexuality blossoms, exemplified when the camera tracks him dancing through spaces in their 17th-century villa. Whether it's his attraction to Oliver, a female teenager visitor from Paris, or a peach, Chalamet conveys a sense of sexual awakening with flawless authenticity. An immense amount of emotional weight is eventually placed on his shoulders and the result of this is an unforgettably piercing image.

As Oliver, Armie Hammer shows an entirely new side of warmth and charisma. The careful balance of not wanting to emotionally damage Elio then evolving to utter adoration when their relationship progress is acutely conveyed and their chemistry is utterly magnetic. While Michael Stuhlbarg’s character is often in the background, he emerges with the film’s most devastatingly honest scene in a moment of acceptance and guidance in what should be the foundation of every parental guide-book.






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Sundance 2017 Review
An extraordinary queer romance:
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet
in Luca Guadagnino's disarmingly nice, intoxicatingly sexy film
Call Me by Your Name

by Jordan Raup
January 24, 2017


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As Elio gazes upon him, he frames Oliver:
Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name



PARK CITY -- “I have loved you for the last time,” Sufjan Stevens sings in his original song “Visions of Gideon” in Call Me By Your Name.  It’s a moment of both bittersweet happiness and a farewell to a passion that won’t be replicated again for Elio (Timothée Chalamet) as, deep down, he knows his relationship with Oliver (Armie Hammer) is over after his six-week stay in their Italian villa. Luca Guadagnino’s disarmingly nice and intoxicatingly sexy film is an extraordinary queer romance, one that evocatively explores the body and mind’s surrender to lust and love.

Set in a sun-drenched northern Italy town in 1983, the 17-year-old Elio fills up his free summer hours reading, transcribing music, occasionally going out with nearby friends, and not much else. When Oliver, an chiseled older student from Rhode Island in the process of getting his doctorate, shows up to work with Elio’s professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg), he’s immediately smitten by his looks and confidence. Adapted by Guadagnino, James Ivory, and Walter Fasano from André Aciman’s novel, it’s a script of remarkable clarity as we witness this secret language of shifting boundaries.

When Elio and Oliver visit the local town one day, the former remarks about the site in front of them which held one of the most deathly battles of World War I. In an unbroken shot, they walk around opposite sides of the historic site, revealing as few words as possible about their heart’s desires. In between this division there’s the history of thousands of lives that have been lost, each with their own burning passions. For this moment in history, we’re watching two individuals at the height of their own. It’s a quietly staggering scene, one with gestures and glances that speak volumes about their mutual yearning.





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“I have loved you for the last time,” Sufjan Stevens sings in his original song “Visions of Gideon” in
Call Me By Your Name. It’s a moment of both bittersweet happiness and a farewell to a passion that
won’t be replicated again for Elio as he knows his relationship with Oliver is over after his six-week stay.




While comparisons to recent queer dramas like Carol and Moonlight  will inevitably be evoked due to the depiction of unspoken longing, it’s reductive and diminishing to compare these remarkably divergent films. Guadagnino’s latest has more in common with the calmness and sophistication of an Éric Rohmer film, with its conversations featuring classic literature, music, Greco-Roman art, and the films of Luis Buñuel bandied about. This also applies to its visual approach: in contrast to his previous pair of films, I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash,  the director’s camera is more patient while still achieving a vulnerable sensuality. Like Rohmer’s work, the film also basks in the splendor of its location as we travel through the northern Italy countryside.

Lucidly shot by Apichatpong Weerasethakul's frequent cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, Call Me By Your Name  is most fascinated with the allure and seduction of the human form. The opening credits, which display photographs of famous Italian sculptures, foreshadow the physical presence of our leads, particularly Hammer’s Oliver. Guadagnino is a director who clearly loves his actors and superbly conveys this through his perspective. As Elio gazes upon him, he frames Oliver, who is almost always shirtless sporting short shorts, from a low angle as he dances and swims, his imposing sexuality towering over the frame and disarming Elio.

Chalamet, who got big-budget experience in Interstellar  and [was impressive] in last year’s Miss Stevens — another film in which his character pursues a romance outside of societal acceptance — is a revelation. His timid reservation sheds away as his sexuality blossoms, exemplified when the camera tracks him dancing through spaces in their 17th-century villa. Whether it's his attraction to Oliver, a female teenager visitor from Paris, or a peach, Chalamet conveys a sense of sexual awakening with flawless authenticity. An immense amount of emotional weight is eventually placed on his shoulders and the result of this is an unforgettably piercing image.

As Oliver, Hammer shows an entirely new side of warmth and charisma. The careful balance of not wanting to emotionally damage Elio then evolving to utter adoration when their relationship progress is acutely conveyed and their chemistry is utterly magnetic. While Stuhlbarg’s character is often in the background, he emerges with the film’s most devastatingly honest scene in a moment of acceptance and guidance in what should be the foundation of every parental guide-book.

To accompany the classical music is a trio songs from the aforementioned Sufjan Stevens, two of them original. Along with employing a new ethereal piano arrangement of “Futile Devices” in a moment of longing, the original songs have the feel of tracks off Carrie & Lowell, albeit with more of a wistful elation. For one of these songs, Guadagnino utilizes one of his few overt directorial flourishes: the effect of a film burn as a lonely Elio contemplates furthering their relationship, then later the visualization of a camera negative when he reflects on the time they have had. Both are fleeting flourishes, appearing only for a few seconds, but indelibly convey the passion inside Elio’s soul.

A feat of accentuated sound design, as hands run down staircases and across bodies, and arresting cinematography, luxuriating in the beauty of Italy and those that occupy it, Call Me By Your Name  has the effect of being transported to this specific time and place. It’s a film of overwhelming empathy and playfulness as loneliness turns into gratification and desires are slowly manifested into reality.

[A-]



Call Me By Your Name premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and opens on November 24.





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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Soundtrack
Futile Devices - Sufjan Stevens

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“When he wasn’t with me, I didn’t much care what he did
so long as he remained the exact same person
with others as he has with me.”


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer




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“He came. He left.
Nothing else had changed.
I had not changed.
The world hadn’t changed.
Yet nothing would be the same.
All that remains is dreammaking
and strange remembrance.”

Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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"Where is the rest of me?"

THIS IS HILARIOUS!
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Armie: "It’s funny, man. When we had our first
wardrobe fitting, they said, “Oh, here are your shorts –”

[hand gesture of a tiny thing being given to him]
"– and so I put them on, and I remember looking down and going,
“Where’s the rest of them?” But honestly by the end of the movie,
I went home – I definitely stole a bunch of shorts from the movie –
I went home and I put on a pair of my own shorts, and I was like,
ugh, what’s this fabric by my knees? I feel so constricted!"



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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Talk
TIFF 2017
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
with host Dave Karger of IMDb

Published on Sep 10, 2017


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Armie Hammer's Uncomfortably Memorable Parts in 'Call Me by Your Name' (2:10)

Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and director Luca Guadagnino recall some of the more memorable
wardrobe and dance moments from the set of their romantic drama set in 1980s Italy.





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Armie Hammer’s Uncomfortably Memorable Parts in Call Me by Your Name
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 20, 2017, 02:54:37 pm





Poor awkward, gangly Armie--
who'd a thunk it? Poor Baby!

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It’s a world where the broad-shouldered, blond Oliver fits in nicely. He savagely owns Professor Perlman with his mad etymology skills, breaking down the word “apricot” to its Latin, Greek and Arabic roots. His half-unbuttoned shirt reveals a Star of David necklace, which catches 17-year-old Elio by surprise. (Elio later explains that his mother considers the Perlmans “Jews of discretion” in the sleepy northern Italian vacation village.) At first Elio is annoyed by Oliver, but quickly becomes infatuated. How Oliver feels about Elio is more of a mystery, but as the days and nights continue (so many meals outside! And dancing to the Psychedelic Furs!) the invitations to “go for a swim” eventually turn intimate.






Given Guadagnino’s penchant for lush European settings, it’s unsurprising at how utterly gorgeous this film is to look at, not to mention the 1980’s period setting allowing some choice soundtrack cuts, most notably The Psychedelic Furs“Love My Way“, to provide an additive to the film’s erotic nature; offsetting this is musician Sufjan Stevens‘ original song contributions which play into the film’s fairytale-like mentality.





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The Psychedelic Furs   Love My Way
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Love My Way (1982)

There's an army on the dance floor
It's a fashion with a gun my love
In a room without a door
A kiss is not enough in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
They'd put us on a railroad
They'd dearly make us pay
For laughing in their faces
And making it our way
There's emptiness behind their eyes
There's dust in all their hearts
They just want to steal us all
And take us all apart
But not in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
So swallow all your tears my love
And put on your new face
You can never win or lose
If you don't run the race



Songwriters: John Ashton / Richard Lofthouse Butler / Timothy Butler / Vincent Davey
Love My Way lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC



In 1982, the band was reduced to a four-piece with the departures of Morris and Kilburn, and moved to the U.S. in search of a producer.[6] The band recorded their next album, "Forever Now", with record producer Todd Rundgren in Woodstock, New York. This album contained "Love My Way", which became another UK chart entry, and also their first US Billboard Hot 100 charting single.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Psychedelic_Furs
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_My_Way_(song)



By the way--

In the summer of 1983, Elio and Oliver might  have gone to the movies to see--






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Valley Girl   (1983)
Modern English   I Melt with You

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_English_(band)
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 20, 2017, 04:12:37 pm
Can't wait to see this film! Thanks for all your lovely images and words. Crema looks like a wonderful place, just south of the Lake District and east of Milan.



Yes, Lee--lovely!
L'Arco del Torrazzo, o semplicemente il Torrazzo,
The Arch of Torrazzo, or simply the Torrazzo,
è una monumentale porta rinascimentale di Crema  
is a monumental Renaissance gateway in Crema
e mette in comunicazione piazza Duomo con via XX settembre.
and connects Piazza Duomo with Via XX Settembre.


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Mr. and Mrs. Hammer in Crema, Summer 2016

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Crema Cathedral
June 17 2017
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It's been exactly one year to the day that we wrapped Call Me By Your Name and
here I find myself in the Duomo of Crema, Italy eating a kebab and drinking a beer.
Huh. Life's funny like that I guess.






Yup, he liked it.
He really liked it!




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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 20, 2017, 05:43:10 pm




Sufjan Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell, was a beautifully simplistic work based on his mother’s death and his reeling emotions of anger, abandonment, loss and love. It will be very interesting to see Stevens tackling a film score, as most of his work is so broad in scope that it lends itself to a cinematic format. So everything should translate well, but it’s exciting to see him fully embrace the format.




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Sufjan Stevens
Scores Indie Film
Call Me by Your Name

by Pete Mercer
January 9, 2017, 12:05pm


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Sufjan Stevens scores Call Me by Your Name



Sufjan Stevens, singer/songwriter and creator of the (overly) ambitious 50 States Project, has written and performed the soundtrack for new indie film Call Me by Your Name.  The film stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg, and is based on André Aciman’s 2007 novel of the same name.

Directed by Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, the film follows the love affair between a 24-year-old American scholar visiting Italy, and the 17-year-old Jewish-American boy whose family provides housing for the American while he helps the young boy’s father revise book manuscripts. The film takes place in the 1980s along the Italian Riviera, so expect some really lovely Italian scenery, accompanied by Stevens’ often beautifully melodic music.

Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell, was a beautifully simplistic work based on his mother’s death and his reeling emotions of anger, abandonment, loss and love. It will be very interesting to see Stevens tackling a film score, as most of his work is so broad in scope that it lends itself to a cinematic format. So everything should translate well, but it’s exciting to see him fully embrace the format.

There is no formal release date for the soundtrack or the film, which hits Sundance on Jan. 22.



FYI: Call Me By Your Name premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and opens on November 24.








To accompany the classical music is a trio songs from the aforementioned Sufjan Stevens, two of them original. Along with employing a new ethereal piano arrangement of “Futile Devices” in a moment of longing, the original songs have the feel of tracks off Carrie & Lowell, albeit with more of a wistful elation. For one of these songs, Guadagnino utilizes one of his few overt directorial flourishes: the effect of a film burn as a lonely Elio contemplates furthering their relationship, then later the visualization of a camera negative when he reflects on the time they have had. Both are fleeting flourishes, appearing only for a few seconds, but indelibly convey the passion inside Elio’s soul.

A feat of accentuated sound design, as hands run down staircases and across bodies, and arresting cinematography, luxuriating in the beauty of Italy and those that occupy it, Call Me By Your Name  has the effect of being transported to this specific time and place. It’s a film of overwhelming empathy and playfulness as loneliness turns into gratification and desires are slowly manifested into reality.







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Call Me By Your Name. It’s a moment of both bittersweet happiness and a farewell to a passion that
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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Mystery of Love
Sufjan Stevens
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Aug 8, 2017






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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Soundtrack
Futile Devices - Sufjan Stevens

Published on Jul 27, 2011

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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 20, 2017, 06:50:05 pm
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BOOK COVERS

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dany · she/her · xix
perderá su rumbo en tu mirada
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"It's a long story, so bear with me, Pro." Suddenly Oliver had become serious. "Many Latin words are derived from the Greek. In the case of 'apricot,' however, it's the other way around; the Greek takes over from Latin. The Latin word was praecoquum, from pre-coquere, pre-cook, to ripen early, as in 'precocious,' meaning premature.


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"The Byzantines borrowed praecox, and it became prekokkia  or berikokki, which is finally how the Arabs must have inherited it as al-birquq."

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My mother, unable to resist his charm, reached out to him and tousled his hair and said, "Che muvi star!"
"He is right, there is no denying it," said my father under his breath, as though mimicking the part of a cowered Galileo forced to mutter the truth to himself.



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"Courtesy of Philology 101," said Oliver.
All I kept thinking of was apricock precock, precock apricock.



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One day I saw Oliver sharing the same ladder with the gardener, trying to learn all he could about Anchise's grafts, which explained why our apricots were larger, fleshier, juicier than most apricots in the region. He became fascinated with the grafts, especially when we discovered that the gardener could spend hours sharing everything he knew about them with anyone who cared to ask.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






Oliver is the latest in a string of annual research assistants joining Professor Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg) at his family’s fabulous summer villa. Elio’s father is an archaeologist/art historian, and his French mother (Amira Casar) recites German poetry, translating it on the fly as the two men in her life cuddle up with her on the couch. For fun Elio transcribes classical piano scores, which he can also transpose to guitar. The Perlman family is one that can slip a reference to Heidegger into conversation and no one will bat an eye.

It’s a world where the broad-shouldered, blond Oliver fits in nicely. He savagely owns Professor Perlman with his mad etymology skills, breaking down the word “apricot” to its Latin, Greek and Arabic roots. His half-unbuttoned shirt reveals a Star of David necklace, which catches 17-year-old Elio by surprise. (Elio later explains that his mother considers the Perlmans “Jews of discretion” in the sleepy northern Italian vacation village.) At first Elio is annoyed by Oliver, but quickly becomes infatuated. How Oliver feels about Elio is more of a mystery, but as the days and nights continue (so many meals outside! And dancing to the Psychedelic Furs!) the invitations to “go for a swim” eventually turn intimate.


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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 08:13:04 am




It’s 1983, “somewhere in Northern Italy.” The height of summer, and all of the neighborhood teenagers are in heat. Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet, keeping the promise he showed in “Miss Stevens” last September) is still a virgin. A 17-year-old American whose father, a local celebrity, is an eminent professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture (Michael Stuhlbarg), Elio has sprouted from the soil like the apricot trees that surround his family’s villa, and he’s impatiently waiting to bloom. Scrawny enough to be mistaken for a child but sophisticated enough to be mistaken for a man, Elio is a multilingual music prodigy who’s more comfortable with Bach and Berlioz than he is in his own body. He knows everything and nothing. But he’s about to get one hell of an education. (....)

Guadagnino lives for the climactic portion of this story, when feelings are finally transmuted into action and Oliver’s true nature breaks through the marble bust of his body (Armie Hammer’s warmth in these scenes is extraordinary). The details are best experienced for yourself, but it’s safe to say that movie lives up to the book’s steamy reputation, and Chalamet and Hammer throw themselves at each other with the clumsy abandon of first love. Growingly increasingly divorced from its source material as it goes along, the final beats of Guadagnino’s adaptation galvanize two hours of simmering uncertainty into a gut-wrenchingly wistful portrait of two people trying to find themselves before it’s too late.





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Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Luca Guadagnino Delivers A Queer Masterpiece
Hot on the heels of  A Bigger Splash the filmmaker returns with a film that's worthy of comparisons to  Carol and Moonlight

by David Ehrlich
 @davidehrlich
Monday 23 January 2017 3:15 pm


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‘He’s about to get one hell of an education’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




“Is it better to speak or to die?” That’s the core question of “Call Me By Your Name,” which surfaces in a scene where a character reads the words of Marguerite of Navarre in “The Heptaméron,” but it’s an idea at the heart of all queer narratives. It’s been especially present in queer cinema, where muteness and survival are often the most bittersweet bedfellows. But “Call Me By Your Name” not only quotes Marguerite’s words, it suffuses them into every fiber of its being. It’s a great film because of how lucidly it poses her question, and an essential one because of how courageously it answers it.

Directed by Luca Guadagnino with all of his usual cool (“I Am Love”) and adapted from André Aciman’s beloved 2007 novel of the same name, the rapturous “Call Me By Your Name” nearly rates alongside recent LGBT phenomenons “Carol” and “Moonlight,” matching the artistry and empathy with which those new masterworks untangled the repressive desire of same-sex attraction.

It’s 1983, “somewhere in Northern Italy.” The height of summer, and all of the neighborhood teenagers are in heat. Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet, keeping the promise he showed in “Miss Stevens” last September) is still a virgin. A 17-year-old American whose father, a local celebrity, is an eminent professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture (Michael Stuhlbarg), Elio has sprouted from the soil like the apricot trees that surround his family’s villa, and he’s impatiently waiting to bloom. Scrawny enough to be mistaken for a child but sophisticated enough to be mistaken for a man, Elio is a multilingual music prodigy who’s more comfortable with Bach and Berlioz than he is in his own body. He knows everything and nothing. But he’s about to get one hell of an education.

Every summer, Elio’s father flies out a graduate student to stay at the villa and help him with his research — this year’s intern is Oliver (Armie Hammer, as sensational here as he was in “The Social Network,” but similarly a touch too old for the part). Oliver is 24 and his body is an epic unto itself, as big as any one of the ancient statues that have been dredged up from the local seas. Arrogant, eager, and almost suspiciously handsome for an aspiring historian, the mysterious new visitor often seems as though he got lost on his way to a Patricia Highsmith novel. While much of the film feels stretched between the feverish eros of Bertolucci, the budding warmth of Mia Hansen–Løve, and the affected stoicism of James Ivory (who, at 88, has a co-writing credit on this screenplay), a thin shadow of suspense creeps along the outer edges of each frame, priming viewers for a very different kind of pivot than the one Guadagnino deployed during the third act of “A Bigger Splash.”

Elio and Oliver grow closer as the summer sinks toward its dog days — at first they share only a bathroom, the skinny adolescent looking at his unpredictable new friend as though he can’t understand how they could be the same species, let alone be interested in the same thing. But commonalities and semi-secrets soon emerge: For one thing, they’re both Jews in a land of goys. Oliver, no doubt aware that he looks like the winner of Hitler’s master race, wears a Star of David necklace underneath his shirt, a barely visible emblem of his otherness. The Perlmans, on the other hand, are what Elio’s father describes as “Jews of discretion” (one of the funnier lines in a movie that’s laced with a sharp sense of humor), but the strangeness of celebrating Hanukkah within spitting distance of Vatican City eventually makes its mark.

As the film progresses, Elio and Oliver begin to share more tangible things: Bike rides, errant touches, an unknown desire to have sex with one another (that last one is a biggie). Crucially, however, Elio is as conflicted about his own passions as he is those of the boy next door. His tastes are molten and volatile — he performs the same piano piece in a wildly different style every time he plays it, much to Oliver’s amused frustration. When he’s not busy gawking at his brawny infatuation, he’s enthusiastically trying to deflower the French girl down the street (Esther Garrell, of the New Wave Garrells), who wears her wardrobe of summer dresses like she’s trying to shame away the other seasons.

Telling this story with the same characteristically intoxicating capriciousness that has come to define his work, Guadagnino doesn’t dwell on looks of questionably requited longing. He’s not Todd Haynes and — with the possible exception of a long take mid-movie that follows the two leads around a fountain and endows the space between them with a palpably physical sense of attraction and denial — he doesn’t try to be. Instead, he stays attuned to the raw energy of trying to feel someone out without touching them, of what it’s like to live through that one magical summer where the weather is the only part of your world that doesn’t change every day.

Rippling with nervously excited piano compositions and shot with immeasurable sensuality by Thai cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom (“Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives” and “Arabian Nights”), “Call Me By Your Name” is a full-bodied film that submits all of its beauties to the service of one simple truth: The more we change, the more we become who we are. Like the Latin prefixes that Oliver and Mr. Perlman trace back to their roots or the antiquated artworks that resonate because of how much the world has changed since their creation, Elio learns that growth — however wild or worrisome it might seem at the time — is the greatest gift that he can give himself.

Watching him slowly come to that realization is an unforgettable and enormously moving experience because of how the film comes to realize it, too. Guadagnino lives for the climactic portion of this story, when feelings are finally transmuted into action and Oliver’s true nature breaks through the marble bust of his body (Hammer’s warmth in these scenes is extraordinary). The details are best experienced for yourself, but it’s safe to say that movie lives up to the book’s steamy reputation, and Chalamet and Hammer throw themselves at each other with the clumsy abandon of first love. Growingly increasingly divorced from its source material as it goes along, the final beats of Guadagnino’s adaptation galvanize two hours of simmering uncertainty into a gut-wrenchingly wistful portrait of two people trying to find themselves before it’s too late. As Elio’s father puts it in a heart-stopping monologue that every parent might want to memorize for future use: “Don’t make yourself feel nothing so as not to feel anything. What a waste.”

Leaving us with one of the gorgeous new songs that Sufjan Stevens wrote for the film, this achingly powerful story — a brilliant contribution to the queer cinema canon — breathes vibrant new life into the answer that Marguerite of Navarre gave to her own question. “I would counsel all such as are my friends to speak and not die,” she said, “for ’tis a bad speech that cannot be mended, but a life lost cannot be recalled.”

Grade: A

“Call Me By Your Name” premiered in the Premieres section of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Sony Pictures Classics will release it later this year.




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 09:37:40 am



“Is it better to speak or to die?” That’s the core question of “Call Me By Your Name,” which surfaces in a scene where a character reads the words of Marguerite of Navarre in “The Heptaméron,” but it’s an idea at the heart of all queer narratives. It’s been especially present in queer cinema, where muteness and survival are often the most bittersweet bedfellows. But “Call Me By Your Name” not only quotes Marguerite’s words, it suffuses them into every fiber of its being. It’s a great film because of how lucidly it poses her question, and an essential one because of how courageously it answers it.

(....)

Leaving us with one of the gorgeous new songs that Sufjan Stevens wrote for the film, this achingly powerful story — a brilliant contribution to the queer cinema canon — breathes vibrant new life into the answer that Marguerite of Navarre gave to her own question. “I would counsel all such as are my friends to speak and not die,” she said, “for ’tis a bad speech that cannot be mended, but a life lost cannot be recalled.”











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Marguerite de Navarre

Her brother became King of France, as Francis I,
and the two siblings were responsible for the
celebrated intellectual and cultural court and
salons of their day in France.
She was the wife of Henry II of Navarre and
was the grandmother of Henry III of Navarre
who became Henry IV of France.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heptam%C3%A9ron

Heptaméron
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The Heptaméron is a collection of 72 short stories written in French by Marguerite of Navarre (1492–1549), published posthumously in 1558. It has the form of a frame narrative and was inspired by The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio. It was originally intended to contain one hundred stories covering ten days just as The Decameron does, but at Marguerite’s death it was only completed as far as the second story of the eighth day. Many of the stories deal with love, lust, infidelity, and other romantic and sexual matters. One was based on the life of Marguerite de La Rocque, a French noblewoman who was punished by being abandoned with her lover on an island off Quebec.

The collection first appeared in print in 1558 under the title Histoires des amans fortunez edited by Pierre Boaistuau, who took considerable liberties with the original version, using only 67 of the stories, many in abbreviated form, and omitting much of the significant material between the stories. He also transposed stories and ignored their grouping into days as envisaged by the author. A second edition by Claude Gruget appeared only a year later in which the editor claimed to have “restored the order previously confused in the first impression”. Also the prologues and epilogues to each short story left out by Boaistuau were put back and the work was given, for the first time, the title Heptaméron  (from the Greek ἑπτά – “seven” and ἡμέρα – “day”) due to the seven-day time frame into which the first 70 short stories are grouped.




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 10:44:26 am
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The (partial) cast and crew of Call Me by Your Name

Front Row: Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Esther Garrel (Marzia) Timothée Chalamet (Elio) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Amira Casar (Annella) Luca Guadagnino (Director)
Center Back Row: Peter Spears (Isaac--and Producer) and, Far Right Back Row: Armie Hammer (Oliver)

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images





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9 February to 18 February 2017

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Front-Ranger on September 21, 2017, 11:26:04 am
Timothée reminds me so much of Romann Berrux, who plays Fergus in Outlander.

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 01:00:09 pm

Timothée reminds me so much of Romann Berrux, who plays Fergus in Outlander.

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Yes, they are very like, if not brothers, then cousins. Timothée's father is French, so--there you have it!
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 04:40:50 pm

More interior shots
CHEZ VILLA PERLMAN:
Just lovely!!

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Want to live in Elio's house? Yup, Villa Perlman is YOURS if you want it, for €1,800,000 or US$2,135,000, just a bike ride of 11km or 6 miles south of Crema, where Luca Guadagnino lives!  :laugh: :laugh:
In the photo of the front elevation, Elio's bedroom is the upstairs corner on the right. 20 rooms, 5 bathrooms, spacious salon, library, dining room, impressive staircase, frescoes, and, of course,  
an Oliver with his own bicycle comes with the price, I'm assuming--!




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By the way, here's Elio dreamily looking out the ground floor window
immediately below his (and then Oliver's) bedroom window:




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--and I think  that if you jumped into that open ground floor window
you would be in the Grand Salon, looking at Elio's piano in the foreground:




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--and then, of course, there's this little welcoming tour here:





[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B89tJUc_f0[/youtube]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B89tJUc_f0

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
ELIO MEETS OLIVER
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Feb 10, 2017

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 21, 2017, 08:38:08 pm



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He was still dressed and I wasn't. I loved being naked before him. Then he kissed me, and kissed me again, deeply this second time, as if he too was finally letting go. At some point I realized he'd been naked for a long while, though I hadn't noticed him undress, but there he was, not a part of him wasn't touching me. Where had I been? I'd been meaning to ask the tactful health question, but that too seemed to have been answered a while ago, because when I finally did find the courage to ask him, he replied, "I already told you, I'm okay." "Did I tell you I was okay too?" "Yes." He smiled.

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I looked away, because he was staring at me, and I knew I was flushed, and I knew I'd made a face, though I still wanted him to stare at me even if it embarrassed me, and I wanted to keep staring at him too as we settled in our mock wrestling position, his shoulders rubbing my knees. How far we had come from the afternoon when I'd taken off my underwear and put on his bathing suit and thought this was the closest his body would ever come to mine. Now this. I was on the cusp of something, but I also wanted it to last forever, because I knew there'd be no coming back from this.

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When it happened, it happened not as I'd dreamed it would, but with a degree of discomfort that forced me to reveal more of myself than I cared to reveal. I had an impulse to stop him, and when he noticed, he did ask, but I didn't answer, or didn't know what to answer, and an eternity seemed to pass between my reluctance to make up my mind and his instinct to make it up for me. From this moment on, I thought, from this moment on--I had, as I'd never before in my life, the distinct feeling of arriving somewhere very dear, of wanting this forever, of being me, me, me, me, and no one else, just me, of finding in each shiver that ran down my arms something totally alien and yet by no means unfamiliar, as if all this had been part of me all my life and I'd misplaced it and he had helped me find it.

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The dream had been right--this was like coming home, like asking, Where have I been all my life? which was another way of asking, Where were you in my childhood, Oliver? which was yet another way of asking, What is life without this? which was why, in the end, it was I, and not he, who blurted out, not once, but many, many times, You'll kill me if you stop, you'll kill me if you stop, because it was also my way of bringing full circle the dream and the fantasy, me and him, the longed for words from his mouth to my mouth back into his mouth, swapping words from mouth to mouth, which was when I must have begun obscenities that he repeated after me, softly at first, till he said, "Call me by your name and I'll call you by mine," which I'd never done in my life before and which, as soon as I said my own name as though it were his, took me to a realm I never shared with anyone in my life before, or since.

Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer

https://soundcloud.com/macaudio-2/call-me-by-your-name-by-andre-aciman-read-by-armie-hammer


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 22, 2017, 07:55:02 am
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Elio and Oliver's first night together, as read by Armie Hammer
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(Call Me By Your Name audiobook drops Oct 3.)
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The dream had been right--this was like coming home, like asking, Where have I been all my life? which was another way of asking, Where were you in my childhood, Oliver? which was yet another way of asking, What is life without this? which was why, in the end, it was I, and not he, who blurted out, not once, but many, many times, You'll kill me if you stop, you'll kill me if you stop, because it was also my way of bringing full circle the dream and the fantasy, me and him, the longed for words from his mouth to my mouth back into his mouth, swapping words from mouth to mouth, which was when I must have begun obscenities that he repeated after me, softly at first, till he said, "Call me by your name and I'll call you by mine," which I'd never done in my life before and which, as soon as I said my own name as though it were his, took me to a realm I never shared with anyone in my life before, or since.

Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer

https://soundcloud.com/macaudio-2/call-me-by-your-name-by-andre-aciman-read-by-armie-hammer


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Click either link immediately below to hear Armey Hammer reading/reciting
the last paragraph of the last page of

André Aciman's Call Me By Your Name


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I stopped for a second.

If you remember everything, I wanted to say, and if you are really like me, then before you leave tomorrow, or when you're just ready to shut the door of the taxi and have already said goodbye to everyone else and there's not a thing left to say in this life, then, just this once, turn to me, even in jest, or as an afterthought, which would have meant everything to me when we were together, and, as you did back then, look me in the face, hold my gaze, and call me by your name.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited by Armie Hammer



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Call Me by Your Name: A Novel – Audiobook – Unabridged
André Aciman (Author), Armie Hammer (Narrator), Macmillan Audio (Publisher)


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 22, 2017, 08:41:44 am
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20 Descriptions of Armie Hammer's Voice
in the Call Me By Your Name  Audiobook


By Hunter Harris
@hunteryharris
September 21, 2017 6:14 pm


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You’ll be in tears by the end of André Aciman’s 2007 novel Call Me By Your Name.  Turning that last page feels like being rudely cast out of the love story between Elio and Oliver, two men who must be together, who have to be together, because, in the words of Faith Evans, “I never knew there was a love like this before.” But if you’re going to be heartbroken, at least let it be via Call Me By Your Name’s audiobook, read gorgeously by the upcoming film adaptation’s star, Armie Hammer, whose voice is the audio equivalent of ordering a Lyft Line and having it all to yourself.

In this new excerpt from the audiobook, out October 3, teenage Elio (played in the film by Timothée Chalamet) describes having sex for the very first time with Oliver (Hammer), the 24-year-old graduate student studying under his father for the summer. Elio’s had a crush on Oliver for weeks, and in this scene, we finally learn the significance of the book’s title. In this excerpt (and at all times), Hammer’s voice is brimming with such melody that, if you listen to it long enough, you can probably get drunk off it. Because you’ll need a way to explain to your friends why you have to cancel on your plans because you have a date with Armie Hammer’s voice, here are 20 descriptions of that supernatural sound:


1. Armie Hammer’s voice sounds a little like Jon Hamm’s voice, if Jon Hamm’s voice was dunked in honey.

2. Hearing Armie Hammer say “fuck” in the Call Me By Your Name  audiobook makes it totally fine that he had to say “Let’s gut the friggin’ nerd” in The Social Network, because, you know what, some things are just worth the wait.

3. To hear Armie Hammer say “languorous” is to feel like Obama is still president, he’s just taking a vacation, but he and Michelle will be back in the White House soon.

4. Armie Hammer’s voice is the physical manifestation of those wooden decorative signs at Marshall’s or TJ Maxx that sell for $24.99 that say “Your Husband Called And Said It’s Ok To Buy Anything You Want.” Armie Hammer’s voice sounds like the fantasy of luxury.

5. Sometimes, when Armie Hammer is in the heat of a particularly vivid description, Armie Hammer’s voice sounds a little like the man who does the Men’s Wearhouse commercials. You know, the guy who says, “You’re going to like the way you look,” and now you kinda want to Google the nearest Men’s Wearhouse. You know, just in case.

6. I suspect that Armie Hammer’s voice would smell like linguini, seasoned with Tasmanian pepper and lemon with Parmesan cheese on top. I’d need to speak with Armie Hammer in person to confirm this.

7. You know when you’re a regular somewhere? And there’s a long line, but, say, the barista or the clerk or the tailor motions you around the long line because they’ve got your order ready? That’s what Armie Hammer’s voice sounds like.

8. Armie Hammer’s voice is so deep and viscous it sounds like when Beyoncé performs “Love on Top” live and she sings the chorus again and again and again and again, but that last time she sings “Baby it’s you,” she switches it up and goes to a lower key!

9. Armie Hammer’s voice sounds like it’s soaked in maple syrup and — surprise! — you’re at Bubby’s, and there’s no line, and lucky for you, your James Beard pancakes with peaches have just arrived to your table.

10. Armie Hammer’s voice sounds as euphonious as Oprah’s voice, which is quite possibly the highest compliment you could ever pay another human.

11. The way Armie Hammer says “kiss” feels like you have literally been kissed, not by his lips, but by the sun itself. You took a picture of this sun-kissing, posted it to Instagram, and you’ve gotten a lot of likes.

12. The way Armie Hammer says, “Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine,” feels like a shared secret too tender for this savage and cacophonous place called the internet, but here we are.

13. Armie Hammer’s voice feels like when you’ve decided to take a nap, but to hell with setting an alarm! You’ll wake up when you wake up, and everyone texting you will have to deal with it!

14. Armie Hammer’s voice sounds like when the violins come in on Nelly’s “Grillz,” which is to say that it sounds like the ideal combination of highbrow and lowbrow.

15. Armie Hammer’s voice sounds like the opposite of that swish-swish a nylon sweatsuit made in the ’80s, because Armie Hammer has never worn nylon, he exclusively wears corduroy or linen.

16. The timbre of Armie Hammer’s voice is identical to the timbre of the bells ringing on the last day of school, when you could dump the entire contents of your backpack into the dumpster right in front of the teacher who wouldn’t round your 89 percent up to an A-.

17. Armie Hammer sounds so sumptuous and moneyed, you might think you’ve paid off all of your student loans.

18. Armie Hammer’s voice inexplicably sounds like he’s both speaking to you and listening to you and deeply interested in every fleeting thought that pops into your head, even the ones about Mother!

19. Hearing Armie Hammer’s voice is like going to the salon and getting a really good shampoo, where they use a little bit of tea tree oil and massage your temples and then say it’s on the house.

20. There’s such melody in Armie Hammer’s voice that the devil has to work overtime to get a new Nickelback song in the world, just so everything stays in balance.





SEPT 21, 2017
Elio and Oliver's first night together, as read by Armie Hammer
[on Soundcloud NOW]

(Call Me By Your Name audiobook drops Oct 3.)


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CLICK HERE TO HEAR:

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 22, 2017, 09:01:21 am
I'm not sure I could handle the cognitive dissonance of hearing Armie reading the story, which is from Elio's point of view.
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 22, 2017, 09:58:59 am
I'm not sure I could handle the cognitive dissonance of hearing Armie reading the story, which is from Elio's point of view.



You know, I'm not only totally ok with it, I love it, because I believe Oliver is speaking the words back  to Elio, the words Elio has just first spoken. I mean, how Call Me by Your Name  is that??

(Of course it's not absolutely necessary to believe that Oliver has returned--like our Mikaela just *knew* (in London Spy ) that Alex was safe, living in the U.S. and waiting for the perfect moment to contact Danny  ;D--but it is nice to think it so!)




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 22, 2017, 10:20:57 am
"Elio."
"Yes?"
"What are you doing?"
"Reading."
"No, you're not."
"Thinking, then."
"About?"
I was dying to tell him.
"Private," I replied.
"So you won't tell me?"
"So I won't tell you."
"So he won't tell me," he repeated, pensively, as if explaining to someone about me.
How I loved the way he repeated what I myself had just repeated. It made me think of a caress, or a gesture, which happens to be totally accidental the first time but becomes intentional the second time and more so yet the third.

(....)

"I'm not telling," I said.
"Then I'm going back to sleep," he'd say.
My heart was racing. He must have known.
Profound silence again. Moments later:
"This is heaven."
And I wouldn't hear him say another word for at least an hour.





Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer





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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 22, 2017, 12:15:19 pm

You know, I'm not only totally ok with it, I love it, because I believe Oliver is speaking the words back  to Elio, the words Elio has just first spoken. I mean, How Call My by Your Name  is that??


Excellent point!  (But still...)
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 22, 2017, 05:33:24 pm
I'm not sure I could handle the cognitive dissonance of hearing Armie reading the story, which is from Elio's point of view.




You know, I'm not only totally ok with it, I love it, because I believe Oliver is speaking the words back  to Elio, the words Elio has just first spoken. I mean, how Call Me by Your Name  is that??




Excellent point!  (But still...)




Think of it this way; as gifted, as talented  our boy Timmy Chalamet is, his (post--??) millennial speech (gabble?) is not exactly the greatest instrument to voice Aciman's (Elio's) precise (not to say pretentious) torrent of fevered, logorrheic eloquence. But Oliver  (I mean Armey!)--I mean, GOD, that measured, honeyed blond baritone is perfect!!

And--I wasn't at all wrong in saying Armey is a 21st century doppelganger of George Peppard-- LOOK! but especially LISTEN! to the video immediately below. Talk about honeyed blond baritone!

The strong, lovely, logical, totally-understandable-but-never-overly-enunciated accent is again, perfect, and it sounds exactly like Armey (although, in the clip, Peppard IS slightly overly enunciating by mocking, in a playful way, Tiffany's, John McGiver's lovely salesclerk, the jokey situation). By the way, can you guess that I have become a rabid Armey fan? Ok, it's true, I cop to it.  ::) :laugh: :laugh:

(Apropos of nothing in particular, re ONE of the three distinct accents in this great scene at  Tiffany's in Breakfast at Tiffany's: the accent of wonderful character actor, John McGiver (a born and raised New Yorker who went to Regis High School on 84th Street)--people now disparage 'Mid-Atlantic' accents from the 30's, 40's, 50's (and yes, 60's and 70's) as being artificial or stagey or contrived, but when I was a child (born in 1954) there were a lot of New Yorkers who really spoke like that--little old ladies, rich people, salesclerks like John McGiver, school teachers, EDUCATED people, but they are all dead now, NOBODY talks like that anymore, more's the pity.)






[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVFi-yeTe5g[/youtube]
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
George Peppard, Audrey Hepburn
& John McGiver
Published on Oct 08, 2011







Oh my LORD, it just struck me--

You know who Armie looks like?

(Looks like? And sounds  like--

that voice!!)

George Peppard!   :o
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SEPT 21, 2017
Elio and Oliver's first night together, as read by Armie Hammer
[on Soundcloud NOW]

(Call Me By Your Name audiobook drops Oct 3.)


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CLICK HERE TO HEAR:

https://soundcloud.com/macaudio-2/call-me-by-your-name-by-andre-aciman-read-by-armie-hammer


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 02:32:03 pm


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He had, it took me a while to realize, four personalities depending on which bathing suit he was wearing. Knowing which to expect gave me the illusion of a slight advantage. Red: bold, set in his ways, very grown up, almost gruff and ill-tempered--stay away. Yellow: sprightly, buoyant, funny, not without barbs--don't give in too easily; might turn to Red in no time. Green, which he seldom wore: acquiescent, eager to learn, eager to speak, sunny--why wasn't he always like this? Blue: the afternoon he stepped into my room from the balcony, the day he massaged my shoulder, or when he picked up my glass and placed it right next to me.


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 04:52:37 pm
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Domestic Lives
The Day He Knew Would Come

By ANDRÉ ACIMAN
JAN. 5, 2011


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Sometimes the writer and his sons would invent errands to avoid reaching home too soon. A favorite was a visit to the
Christmas tree vendors on 110th Street.
Credit Richard Perry/The New York Times





THE doors to their bedrooms are always shut, their bathroom always empty. On weekends, when you wake up in the morning, the kitchen is as clean as you left it last night. No one touched anything; no one stumbled in after partying till the wee hours to heat up leftovers, or cook a frozen pizza, or leave a mess on the counter while improvising a sandwich. The boys are away now.

Two decades ago there were two of us in our Upper West Side home. Then we were many. Now, we’re back to two again.

I knew it would happen this way. I kept joking about it. Everyone joked. Joking was my way of rehearsing their absence, of immunizing myself like King Mithridates, who feared being poisoned and learned to take a tiny dose of poison on the sly each day.

Even in my happiest moments I knew I was rehearsing. Waiting for my eldest son’s school bus, standing on the corner of 110th Street and Broadway at 6:20 p.m. while leaning against the same mailbox with a warm cup of coffee each time — all this was rehearsal. Even straining to spot the yellow bus as far up as 116th Street and thinking it was there when in fact I hadn’t seen it at all was part of rehearsing. Everything was being logged, nothing forgotten.

When the bus would finally appear, the driver, an impatient Vietnam veteran, would dash down Broadway, either squeaking to a halt if the light was red before 110th or hurtling across to 109th to let some of the students out. The bus, from Horace Mann, trailed the one from the Riverdale Country School by a few seconds every evening. I’d remember that, just as I’d remember the reedy voice of the beggar squatting outside Starbucks, or my son’s guarded squirm when I’d hug him in view of the schoolmates who watched from the school bus window.

By late November it was already dark at 6 p.m. As always, coffee, mailbox, traffic. Our ritual never changed, even in the cold. Together, we’d walk down 110th Street and talk. Sometimes we needed to buy something along the way, which made our time together last longer. Sometimes we made up errands to avoid reaching home too soon, especially after Thanksgiving when all three sons and I would walk over to the Canadian Christmas tree vendors and chat them up about prices. And sometimes I’d tell my eldest that it helped to talk about the day when we wouldn’t be able to take these walks together. Of course, he’d pooh-pooh me each time, as I would pooh-pooh his own anxieties about college. He liked rituals. I liked rehearsing. Rituals are when we wish to repeat what has already happened, rehearsals when we repeat what we fear might yet occur. Maybe the two are one and the same, our way to parley and haggle with time.

Sometimes, in winter, when it’s dark, and the feel, the lights and the sound of the city can so easily remind me of the bus stop at 6:20 p.m., I’ll still head out to 110th Street and stand there awhile and just think, hoping it might even hurt.

But it never hurts. Partly because I’ve rehearsed everything so thoroughly that scarcely an unchecked memory can slip through or catch me off guard, and partly because I’ve always suspected there was more sentiment than feeling in my errands to 110th Street.

Besides, e-mail and cellphones kept my eldest son, in college, present at all times. And there were his twin brothers who still lived at home and would continue to do so for two more years, shielding me from his absence. Together the twins and I still walked by the tree vendors on 110th Street and still put off buying anything until it was almost Christmas Eve. Things hardly changed. We removed one leaf from the dining table, my eldest’s dirty running shoes disappeared from our hallway, and his bedroom door remained shut, for days sometimes. Life had become quiet. Everyone had space. In the morning, on his way to class in Chicago, he always managed to call. A new ritual had sprung.

Then this past September, the twins left as well. Suddenly a half gallon of milk lasts eight days, not just one. We don’t buy sausages or peanut butter or stock all manner of cereals that have more sugar than wheat. There is no one to rush home and cook for, or edit college applications for, or worry about when they’re not back past 3 a.m. No sorting though dirty socks, no mediating the endless bickering about who owns which shirt, no setting my alarm clock to ungodly hours because someone can’t hear his alarm clock in the morning, no making sure they have 12 No. 2 pencils, and not just two.

All things slow down to what their pace had been two decades earlier. My wife and I are rediscovering things we didn’t even know we missed. We can stay out as long as we wish, go away on weekends, travel abroad, have people over on Sunday night, even go to the movies when we feel like it, and never again worry about doing laundry after midnight because the boys refuse to wear the same jeans two days in a row. The gates are thrown open, the war is over, we’re liberated.

Months after they’d left, I finally realized that the one relationship I had neglected for so many years was none other than my relationship with myself. I missed myself. I and me had stopped talking, stopped meeting, lost touch, drifted apart. Now, 20 years later, we were picking up where we’d left off and resumed unfinished conversations. I owned myself.

One evening, while preparing dinner with my wife, I went a step further and realized I had committed the unmentionable: I had stopped thinking of the three persons who are still dearer than life itself. I did not miss them and, stranger yet, hadn’t thought of them all day. Is the human heart this callous? Can out of sight, out of mind apply to one’s children as well? Really?

I was almost ready to pass the cruelest verdict on myself when I suddenly came across something I could never have foreseen, much less rehearsed. A young couple with twins in a stroller was crossing the street in a rush, precisely where the school bus used to stop. As I watched them chat with one of the Canadians at the Christmas tree stall, I suddenly wished I was in the young father’s place with my own twins, 10 years, five years ago, even last year. We’d buy something warm to drink across the street then rush to say hi to the tree vendors. Now it seemed I’d lost the right to walk up to them.

I envied the couple with the twins. And, as though to prod the knife deeper into the wound, for a moment I allowed myself to think that this is 20 years ago, I’ve just gotten married, my children are not born yet, and our new, three-bedroom apartment feels far too vacant for just the two of us. I stare at the couple and am thinking ahead for them, or ahead for myself, it’s not clear which, picturing the good things that have yet to come, even telling myself that the time for the 6:20 bus lies so very, very far away that it’s almost impudent to conjure it up just now.

And then I finally saw things for what they were. Just as the boys came and went this Christmas, this is how it always is and has been: things come and then they go, and however we bicker with time and put all manner of bulwarks to stop it from doing the one thing it knows, the best thing is learning how to give thanks for what we have. And at Christmas I was thankful; their bedroom doors were open again. But I knew, even as I welcomed the flurry of bags and boxes and hugs and yelps, that a small, sly corner of my mind was already dreading and rehearsing that morning in January when they’d all head back to the airport.




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André Aciman, a professor of comparative literature at the City University of New York Graduate Center, is the author, most recently, of “Eight White Nights,” a novel.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 05:02:48 pm
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 06:27:52 pm
I'm not sure I could handle the cognitive dissonance of hearing Armie reading the story, which is from Elio's point of view.


:o :o :o :o

He likes it! He likes it!


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6:13 AM - 23 Sep 2017
15 Retweets 65 Likes


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https://twitter.com/aaciman/status/911579370896142337


Armie's incandescent reading:


20 Descriptions of Armie Hammer's Voice
in the Call Me By Your Name  Audiobook

September 21, 2017 6:14 pm
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Armie Hammer. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images



There’s such melody in Armie Hammer’s voice that the devil has to work overtime to get a new Nickelback song in the world, just so everything stays in balance.
vulture.com

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SEPT 21, 2017
Elio and Oliver's first night together, as read by Armie Hammer
[on Soundcloud NOW]

(Call Me By Your Name audiobook drops Oct 3.)


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Oh my.   :o :o :o




https://www.amazon.com/Call-Me-Your-Name-Novel/dp/B06ZZZXQ9G


Call Me by Your Name: A Novel – Audiobook – Unabridged
André Aciman (Author), Armie Hammer (Narrator), Macmillan Audio (Publisher)


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 06:49:22 pm


Ha! We figured!!!


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7:18 AM - 26 Oct 2016
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I'll be giving a talk in Bordighera this weekend.  Can't wait.  It's my favorite spot in the planet.
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Bike Rides To "B"







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Bordighera, Claude Monet 1883, oil on canvas 65 x 81 cm,
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Illinois USA. Riviera Italy.

Painting Description:
The Citta Alta of Bordighera emerges from behind the pine trees.
The canvas was painted by Monet from the Torre dei Mostaccini.




That's better! Better than that--in the novel, the town is never mentioned other than the capital letter 'B',
but when you look Bordighera up on Google Maps, right near the water you find a restaurant:
Monet's Café--perfect!

click for the link:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/18012+Bordighera,+Province+of+Imperia,+Italy/@43.7853098,7.6553045,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x12cdf3b7493a1e09:0x4e876555b0b2bb3!8m2!3d43.7806979!4d7.6722799









Turn around when you think you have seen enough of the Sentiere and walk back to town by taking a left turn into Via dei Colli and another, even sharper left into Via Garnier where, on no. 11, you can find the Villa Garnier ...



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... which is featured in more Monet-at-Bordighera paintings than any other building in town, even though you may not recognize it since all you ever see on the canvas is a wall here and a column there. The villa is named after its owner and architect Charles Garnier, the builder of the Paris Opera and the casino at Monte Carlo.

(and etc.)



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-schuermann/just-follow-the-monet_b_5641170.html

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 23, 2017, 07:11:45 pm



We know, we know!!!

 ::) ::) ::) ::) ::)


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6:29 AM - 23 Sep 2017
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Fans of the novel Call Me By Your Name: when you see the film, keep an 👁  out for author André Aciman who makes a cameo appearance.

#CMBYN https://twitter.com/hashtag/CMBYN?src=hash








FYI, distinguished author André Aciman and producer Peter Spears of Call Me by Your Name  play a visiting gay couple from Chicago in the movie (and who insist in speaking atrocious Italian to the Perlmans)--everyone is saying the scene is hilarious!




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From left: Armie Hammer (Oliver) Timothée Chalamet (Elio)   (?)   Amira Casar (Annella) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Esther Garrel (Marzia)  Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Peter Spears (Producer--and Isaac)






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9 February to 18 February 2017

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/67th_Berlin_International_Film_Festival

(FYI, American actress Maggie Gyllenhaal was a juror!)



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Me chame pelo seu nome
Verão de 1983, norte da Itália. Elio Perlman, um jovem ítalo-americano de 17 anos, passa seus dias na vila de sua família, um antigo casarão do século XVII. Seus dias são repletos de composições ao piano e flertes com sua amiga Marzia. Um dia, Oliver, um charmoso homem de 24 anos, chega para ajudar o pai de Elio em sua pesquisa sobre cultura greco-romana. Sob o sol do verão italiano, Elio e Oliver descobrem a beleza do despertar de novos desejos que irão mudar as suas vidas para sempre. Exibido no Sundance Film Festival e na mostra Panorama do Festival de Berlim, 2017.

Call me by your name
Summer of 1983, northern Italy. Elio Perlman, a 17-year-old Italian-American young man, spends his days in the village of his family, an old 17th century manor house. His days are filled with piano compositions and flirtations with his friend Marzia. One day, Oliver, a charming 24-year-old man, comes to help Elio's father in his research on Greco-Roman culture. Under the Italian summer sun, Elio and Oliver discover the beauty of the awakening of new desires that will change their lives forever. Shown at the Sundance Film Festival and Panorama show at the Berlin Film Festival, 2017.
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 24, 2017, 11:48:40 am
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Armie Hammer Calls Out James Woods
for Slamming Gay Movie Romance:
You Dated a ’19-Year-Old When You Were 60′


BY ALE RUSSIAN
@RUSSIAN_ALE
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Armie Hammer is calling James Woods out for a hypocritical tweet about his upcoming movie.

The Call Me By Your Name actor responded to Woods when he dissed the critically acclaimed gay romance movie on Twitter, connecting it to a group who believes pedophilia should be legal.

Woods quoted a tweet criticizing the age gap between Hammer’s 24-year-old character and his 17-year-old love interest (played by Timothée Chalamet) and said it was indecent.

“As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency,” the Ghosts of Mississippi actor tweeted, adding the North American Man/Boy Love Association hashtag.






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As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency.
#NAMBLA https://twitter.com/chadfelixg/status/907060330056097792


https://twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/907061616197464064





Hammer quickly responded, calling out the actor for dating 19-year-old Ashley Madison when Woods was 59 for more than six years starting in 2007. He later broke up with Madison and started dating 20-year-old Kristen Bauguess in 2013 when he was 66.





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11:26 AM - Sep 11, 2017
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Didn't you date a 19 year old when you were 60.......?

https://twitter.com/armiehammer/status/907264016489132034?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fpeople.com%2Fcelebrity%2Farmie-hammer-james-woods-age-gap-call-me-by-your-name%2F

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Like so many classic love stories, this one unfolds with the suspense of a thriller. Will Elio's passion ever be reciprocated by the one he worships? If it is, will they leap over fear and taboo to consummate their desire? And if they do, will they be exhilarated or repelled by that consummation? They have only six weeks to find out.





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Love That
Knows No
Boundaries

By Charles Kaiser
Thursday, March 22, 2007


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André Aciman


CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
By André Aciman
Farrar Straus Giroux. 248 pp. $23



If you have ever been the willing victim of obsessive love -- a force greater than yourself that pulls you inextricably toward the object of your desire -- you will recognize every nuance of André Aciman's superb new novel, "Call Me by Your Name."

The story unfolds in the spacious home of an academic who hosts a new student every year on the Italian coast, near Genoa. One summer's visitor is a charming 24-year-old American named Oliver, the kind of person for whom everything seems effortless: "He was okay with being Jewish . . . He was okay with his body, with his looks, with his antic backhand, with his choice of books, music, films, friends." The servants are as beguiled by him as the professor and his wife. Only one member of the household is paralyzed by his arrival: the professor's 17-year-old son, Elio.

This boy is also the book's precocious narrator, and he is quick to recognize the nature of his predicament: "I was afraid when [Oliver] showed up, afraid when he failed to, afraid when he looked at me, more frightened yet when he didn't." Elio immediately decides that he and Oliver are soul brothers: "I liked how our minds seemed to travel in parallel, how we instantly inferred what words the other was toying with but at the last moment held back." But he is tormented by the mystery of exactly where their connection will lead them -- and the reader quickly comes to share the intensity of his curiosity.

Like so many classic love stories, this one unfolds with the suspense of a thriller. Will Elio's passion ever be reciprocated by the one he worships? If it is, will they leap over fear and taboo to consummate their desire? And if they do, will they be exhilarated or repelled by that consummation? They have only six weeks to find out.

The boys' stratagems of avoidance and entrapment (often indistinguishable from each other) unfold inside an exceptionally literate household. Aciman has perfect pitch for everything from the beauty of the languid Italian countryside to the perils of unbridled adolescent passion: "I wanted him dead . . . so that if I couldn't stop thinking about him and worrying about when would be the next time I'd see him, at least his death would put an end to it. I wanted to kill him myself, even, so as to let him know how much his mere existence had come to bother me . . . I didn't know what I was afraid of, nor why I worried so much, nor why this thing that could so easily cause panic felt like hope sometimes and, like hope in the darkest moments, brought such joy, unreal joy, joy with a noose tied around it."

At the dinner table, the boys compete to hide their passion beneath their erudition. The conversation ranges from an explanation of Haydn's "Seven Last Words of Christ" to the etymology of the word "apricot."

The book is explicit without ever being prurient, and the feelings the narrator describes are both homoerotic and universal: "Are 'being' and 'having' thoroughly inaccurate verbs in the twisted skein of desire, where having someone's body to touch and being that someone we're longing to touch are one and the same, just opposite banks on a river that passes from us to them, back to us and over to them again this perpetual circulation where the chambers of the heart, like the trapdoors of desire, and the wormholes of time, and the false-bottomed drawer we call identity share a beguiling logic according to which the shortest distance between real life and the life unlived, between who we are and what we want, is a twisted staircase designed with the impish cruelty of M.C. Escher . . . He was my secret conduit to myself -- like a catalyst that allows us to become who we are, the foreign body, the pacer, the graft, the patch that sends all the right impulses, the steel pin that keeps a soldier's bone together, the other man's heart that makes us more us than we were before the transplant."

Almost 60 years ago, Gore Vidal published "The City and the Pillar." Although Vidal has always eschewed the word, the novel's characters advanced the argument that "gay" describes an act rather than a person. The protagonists of Aciman's novel do that more convincingly that anyone Vidal ever created. The beauty of Aciman's writing and the purity of his passions should place this extraordinary first novel within the canon of great romantic love stories for everyone.




Charles Kaiser is the author of "The Gay Metropolis," which will be published in an updated edition this summer (2007)






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In a first novel that abounds in moments of emotional and physical abandon, this may be the most wanton of his moves: [André Aciman's] narrative, brazenly, refuses to stay closed. It is as much a story of paradise found as it is of paradise lost. (....) Nobody gets clocked with a tire iron. No one betrays the other.







Even the fate of mundanely inanimate things like a ripe peach or a pair of worn bathing trunks become sweetly perverse yet spellbinding in Aciman’s approach of storytelling. Trust me when I say that after reading this book, you will never look at peaches or swimming trunks in the same way ever again.





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"You okay?"

"Me okay."

There was absolutely nothing to say. With my toes, I reached over to his toes and touched them. Then, without thinking, I slipped my big toe in between his big toe and his second toe. He did not recoil, he did not respond. I wanted to touch each toe with my own. Since I was sitting to his left, these were probably not the toes that had touched me at lunch the other day. It was his right foot that was guilty. I tried to reach it with my right foot, all the while avoiding touching both his knees, as if something told me knees were off bounds.

"What are you doing?" he finally asked.

"Nothing."



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer





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He got under the covers too and, before I knew it, started to undress me. I had worried about how I'd go about undressing, how, if he wasn't going to help, I'd do what so many girls did in the movies, take off my shirt, drop my pants, and just stand there, stark-naked, arms hanging down, meaning: This is who I am, this is how I'm made, here, take me, I'm yours. But his move had solved the problem. He was whispering, "Off, and off, and off, and off," which made me laugh, and suddenly I was totally naked, feeling the weight of the sheet on my cock, not a secret left in the world, because wanting to be in bed with him was my only secret and here I was sharing it with him.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 25, 2017, 04:45:09 pm
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When he came down for breakfast he was wearing my bathing suit. No one would have given it another thought since everyone was always swapping suits in our house, but this was the first time he had done so and it was the same suit I had worn that very dawn when we'd gone for a swim. Watching him wearing my clothes was an un-bearable turn-on. And he knew it. It was turning both of us on.


Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






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The Semiotics of the Bathing Suit
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He had, it took me a while to realize, four personalities depending on which bathing suit he was wearing. Knowing which to expect gave me the illusion of a slight advantage. Red: bold, set in his ways, very grown up, almost gruff and ill-tempered--stay away. Yellow: sprightly, buoyant, funny, not without barbs--don't give in too easily; might turn to Red in no time. Green, which he seldom wore: acquiescent, eager to learn, eager to speak, sunny--why wasn't he always like this? Blue: the afternoon he stepped into my room from the balcony, the day he massaged my shoulder, or when he picked up my glass and placed it right next to me.


Today was Red: he was hasty, determined, snappy.




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 26, 2017, 07:43:28 am

Sufjan Stevens

Luca Guadagnino for Fantastic Man Magazine No. 26 (Amsterdam)
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Have you met him (Sufjan Stevens)?

"I wrote to him and invited him over to my house to see the film
when it was finished, as he was coming to Italy anyway. So, the
doorbell rings, and this stunningly beautiful man is at the door.
I mean, I’d seen pictures of him, but in reality he is beyond
handsome! Those eyes!"


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Sufjan Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell, was a beautifully simplistic work based on his mother’s death and his reeling emotions of anger, abandonment, loss and love. It will be very interesting to see Stevens tackling a film score, as most of his work is so broad in scope that it lends itself to a cinematic format. So everything should translate well, but it’s exciting to see him fully embrace the format.




https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2017/01/sufjan-stevens-scores-indie-film-call-me-by-your-n.html
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Sufjan Stevens
Scores Indie Film
Call Me by Your Name

by Pete Mercer
January 9, 2017, 12:05pm


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Sufjan Stevens scores Call Me by Your Name



Sufjan Stevens, singer/songwriter and creator of the (overly) ambitious 50 States Project, has written and performed the soundtrack for new indie film Call Me by Your Name.  The film stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg, and is based on André Aciman’s 2007 novel of the same name.

Directed by Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, the film follows the love affair between a 24-year-old American scholar visiting Italy, and the 17-year-old Jewish-American boy whose family provides housing for the American while he helps the young boy’s father revise book manuscripts. The film takes place in the 1980s along the Italian Riviera, so expect some really lovely Italian scenery, accompanied by Stevens’ often beautifully melodic music.

Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell, was a beautifully simplistic work based on his mother’s death and his reeling emotions of anger, abandonment, loss and love. It will be very interesting to see Stevens tackling a film score, as most of his work is so broad in scope that it lends itself to a cinematic format. So everything should translate well, but it’s exciting to see him fully embrace the format.

There is no formal release date for the soundtrack or the film, which hits Sundance on Jan. 22.



FYI: Call Me By Your Name premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and opens on November 24.







To accompany the classical music is a trio songs from the aforementioned Sufjan Stevens, two of them original. Along with employing a new ethereal piano arrangement of “Futile Devices” in a moment of longing, the original songs have the feel of tracks off Carrie & Lowell, albeit with more of a wistful elation. For one of these songs, Guadagnino utilizes one of his few overt directorial flourishes: the effect of a film burn as a lonely Elio contemplates furthering their relationship, then later the visualization of a camera negative when he reflects on the time they have had. Both are fleeting flourishes, appearing only for a few seconds, but indelibly convey the passion inside Elio’s soul.

A feat of accentuated sound design, as hands run down staircases and across bodies, and arresting cinematography, luxuriating in the beauty of Italy and those that occupy it, Call Me By Your Name  has the effect of being transported to this specific time and place. It’s a film of overwhelming empathy and playfulness as loneliness turns into gratification and desires are slowly manifested into reality.







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“I have loved you for the last time,” Sufjan Stevens sings in his original song “Visions of Gideon” in
Call Me By Your Name. It’s a moment of both bittersweet happiness and a farewell to a passion that
won’t be replicated again for Elio as he knows his relationship with Oliver is over after his six-week stay.






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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Mystery of Love
Sufjan Stevens
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
Published on Aug 8, 2017






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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Soundtrack
Futile Devices - Sufjan Stevens

Published on Jul 27, 2011

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 26, 2017, 09:31:58 pm
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My 'little white lies' magazine finally arrived!!!
Beyond happy rn!!!

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Elio and Oliver in the Perlmans' Italian summer villa

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Little White Lies 71: The Call Me by Your Name issue

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Little White Lies 71: Call Me by Your Name

In this issue…

Invisible Touch
A conversation with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino about how to capture love on film.

Love My Way
Call Me By Your Name stars Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet discuss life and love, while we meet up-and-coming French actor Esther Garrel.

First Love
Twelve tall tales of formative movie love from a selection of cinephiles.

Eat a Peach
How fruit and sex have overlapped and intermingled throughout the history of art, literature and culture.

Threads #3
Men’s swimming trunks are placed under the microscope in our column about fashion and film.

Extra Assignments
Three short movie appreciations of A Room With a View, A Nos Amours and A Day in the Country, each intended as vita supplementary viewing for our cover film.

Interviews...

Jane Goldman talks about her intricate writing process ahead of the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle and The Limehouse Golem; Andy Serkis talks up his beautiful directorial debut, Breathe; Eliza Hittman previews her Brooklyn-set gay coming-of-age drama Beach Rats; and Emily Beecham discusses her breakthrough role in Daphne.

Plus…

Filles de Belle
Belle de Jour is 50 years old this year, and so Caroline Golum recounts the joys of this salacious classic.

Shudders of Pleasure
In praise of Clive Barker and the movie he’ll always likely be remembered for, the S&M-flavoured suburban gore aria, Hellraiser.




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 26, 2017, 10:58:27 pm

This is a great, great interview!

LUCA, I LOVE YOU!

 :D :-* :D :-*




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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
TIFF 2017 - COLLIDER Interview
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
with interviewer Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub of COLLIDER

Published on Sep 19, 2017


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Director Luca Guadagnino
Reveals His First Cut of
‘Call Me by Your Name’
Was 4 Hours Long
BY STEVE 'FROSTY' WEINTRAUB
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017



While at this year’s Sundance Film Festival,  I saw one film that absolutely floored me in every possible way and is still my number one film of the year: director Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name. Featuring a fantastic screenplay by Guadagnino and James Ivory, powerful performances from the entire cast, amazing cinematography by Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, and brilliance from every other department, Call Me by Your Name  is one of those rare films where everything is just perfect and you walk out of the theater remembering why you love movies.

If you haven’t yet heard of the film, based on the novel by André Aciman, the coming-of-age drama stars Timothée Chalamet (Interstellar) as a precocious 17-year-old American-Italian boy who’s on summer vacation with his family at their Italian villa. When a charming American scholar (Armie Hammer) comes to work with the boy’s father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a summer romance sparks that awakens feelings of first love, brilliantly and sensually captured by Guadagnino. Trust me when I say you need to see this film when it’s released in North America on November 24th. For more on read Adam Chitwood’s glowing review at Sundance (scroll below).

While at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) I got to sit down with Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino for an exclusive video interview. They talked about if they had any idea the reviews would be so positive and enthusiastic, how they managed to make the movie feel authentic and real, and that even though Guadagnino normally takes a long time to edit his movies this was done in record time. However, the big surprise of the interview was Guadagnino revealing he had a version of the film that was four hours long! After you see the movie you’ll understand why I was so excited to hear about the existence of an extended cut.

Check out what they had to say in the player above and below is exactly what we talked about.


Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino:


--Did they have any idea while they were making the movie that the reaction would be so positive and enthusiastic?

--The film feels authentic and real. Was it all in the script? Was it found during the rehearsal process?

--What did Guadagnino learn from early screenings that impacted the finished film? Talks about how he usually spends a long time editing his films but he cut this one in record time.

--He reveals he originally had a 4 hour cut of the film!






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It must be said that Call Me by Your Name  is a triumph in every regard. Michael Stuhlbarg’s role as Elio’s father isn’t necessarily a large role in terms of screentime, but he delivers a monologue towards the end of the film that felt like it made time stop. Luca Guadagnino and James Ivory’s script is measured and tight; thoughtful and delicate. Every inch of this movie is expertly crafted, right down to the stunning final shot. It’s at once a universal story of young love and a relatable, emotional story of a homosexual awakening. In that regard it’s a tremendous love story period, but also a winning entry in the legion of queer cinema.


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Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet
Astound in Sensual Triumph

by ADAM CHITWOOD
Monday 23 January 2017


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Days filled with swimming, reading, and eating fresh fruit ... Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




In my four years attending the Sundance Film Festival, I’m not sure I’ve seen anything as purely rapturous as Call Me by Your Name.  The new feature film from I Am Love  and A Bigger Splash  filmmaker Luca Guadagnino chronicles a summer romance that blossoms between a young boy and a visitor in northern Italy, and by the film’s end it solidifies its place as one of the queer cinema greats alongside Carol, Brokeback Mountain, and Moonlight.  The film is a tremendously sensual, hypnotic coming of age/coming out tale of first love. Anchored by a phenomenal breakout performance from Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer’s best work yet, and masterful craftsmanship, Call Me by Your Name is an instant addition to the best romances of the 21st century.

Based on the book of the same name by André Aciman, the film takes place in 1983 in Northern Italy, where a 17-year-old boy named Elio is spending the summer in his family’s 17th century villa. His father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a professor of Greco-Roman culture, enlists a research assistant named Oliver (Hammer) to come and spend the summer with his family. Elio is transfixed by Oliver at first sight, but approaches the handsome American warily, keeping him at arm’s length. As the summer continues and Elio and Oliver play a game of chicken, daring one another to make the first romantic overture, the two finally give into their feelings and spark a romance that is passionate, playful, and pure.

Chalamet is nothing short of a revelation as Elio. The actor is probably best known for his work on Homeland  or for a brief role in Interstellar,  but this is one of the biggest breakthrough performances in recent memory. He imbues Elio with complicated layers—a confident exterior; a precocious charm; a fearful undercurrent. All of these shine through and more and he’s so good in the role that at first you even doubt whether he actually likes Oliver. Of course he’s simply preparing himself for rejection by throwing out the first jabs, but this results in a relationship that is at first delightfully contentious, then playfully so before turning into full on flirtation.

But as a closeted 17-year-old, Elio is still working out his feelings by losing his virginity to a local Italian girl who has the hots for him. Their relationship never comes off as phony, more as an exploration, and there’s a ticking clock plot point towards the end of the film that raises the stakes in hilariously sexy fashion.

As the relationship between Elio and Oliver becomes physical, the film really digs into this as a first love story and a coming out story. Love is universal, so the feelings between Elio and Oliver are the same feelings felt by all, but it’s nice that Guadagnino doesn’t ignore the elephant in the room: that Elio and Oliver’s sexuality is a thing to be hidden at that point in time. There’s a reason their relationship began so contentiously, and Oliver makes reference early in the film that he’s “been good” so far and doesn’t want to do anything to mess that up. It’s heartbreaking, really, to see Elio so miserable at the start of the film, surrounded by such beauty.

But this is no misery porn. The teasing that goes on between the two characters is magnificently handled by Guadagnino, who keeps a playful hand on the proceedings so as not to drown the film in self-serious romance. Summer flings are fun! So are first loves. And while this does blossom into something deeply felt, the summer season and Italian setting add a touch of lightheartedness to the scenes. Moreover, Guadagnino’s focus on sensuality over sexuality imbues the film with a romp vibe with an undeniable allure. One imagines that a more explicit or erotic version of the film would have downplayed how deeply felt the emotions are between Oliver and Elio.

Gorgeously shot by Sayombhu Mukdeeprom (Arabian Nights ), this is a film that you just want to soak up. The Italian scenery is milked for all its worth, and the days filled with swimming, reading, and eating fresh fruit are divine. But the secret weapon to immersing audiences into the world of Call Me by Your Name  is some incredible sound design. The footsteps on the gravel roads, the creaking floors in the ancient villa—you not only see this world, you feel it. That only allows the audience to fall deeper into the film’s trance, becoming infatuated with the romance between Elio and Oliver.

It must be said that Call Me by Your Name  is a triumph in every regard. Stuhlbarg’s role as Elio’s father isn’t necessarily a large role in terms of screentime, but he delivers a monologue towards the end of the film that felt like it made time stop. Guadagnino and James Ivory’s script is measured and tight; thoughtful and delicate. Every inch of this movie is expertly crafted, right down to the stunning final shot. It’s at once a universal story of young love and a relatable, emotional story of a homosexual awakening. In that regard it’s a tremendous love story period, but also a winning entry in the legion of queer cinema.

Rating: A


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 27, 2017, 01:34:00 pm



Wow. Quite a schedule the boys have in the next week to week-and-a-half: London (BFI), Rio (FdR) and NYC (NYFF).   :o :o :o



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1:34pm 09/26/2017
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#NEW ☆ 'Call me by your name' will be at BFI London Film Festival in October - Armie and Timmy are confirmed.

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Me chame pelo seu nome
Verão de 1983, norte da Itália. Elio Perlman, um jovem ítalo-americano de 17 anos, passa seus dias na vila de sua família, um antigo casarão do século XVII. Seus dias são repletos de composições ao piano e flertes com sua amiga Marzia. Um dia, Oliver, um charmoso homem de 24 anos, chega para ajudar o pai de Elio em sua pesquisa sobre cultura greco-romana. Sob o sol do verão italiano, Elio e Oliver descobrem a beleza do despertar de novos desejos que irão mudar as suas vidas para sempre. Exibido no Sundance Film Festival e na mostra Panorama do Festival de Berlim, 2017.

Call me by your name
Summer of 1983, northern Italy. Elio Perlman, a 17-year-old Italian-American young man, spends his days in the village of his family, an old 17th century manor house. His days are filled with piano compositions and flirtations with his friend Marzia. One day, Oliver, a charming 24-year-old man, comes to help Elio's father in his research on Greco-Roman culture. Under the Italian summer sun, Elio and Oliver discover the beauty of the awakening of new desires that will change their lives forever. Shown at the Sundance Film Festival and Panorama show at the Berlin Film Festival, 2017.
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 27, 2017, 01:55:51 pm


FYI. Yup. I can totally see it.  ::) :laugh: ;)



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1:34pm 09/26/2017
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                                                                                                "armie is more innocent than timmy in real life" -
                                                                                                 luca guadagnino commenting on the actors' age difference
                                                                                          


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Luca was trying to warn us. It all makes sense now.
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Omg. Total Innocent!





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Armie Hammer for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri

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SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17






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Armie Hammer for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri                                                                Timothée Chalamet for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri
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SEP 10 2017                                                                                                                                             SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17                                                                                                                                                    TIFF 17







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Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet for TIFFxHuawei Portrait Studio by Kourosh Keshiri

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SEP 10 2017
TIFF 17

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 27, 2017, 07:49:58 pm

LATER ON THE SAME DAY....

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and to reiterate: Luca is a lovely, lovely, SO SMART man!


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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  (2017)
VARIETY STUDIO Interview with

Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet,
& Luca Guadagnino
at TIFF 2017

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Armie Hammer Reveals Why 'Call Me By Your Name' Made Him 'Nervous as a Performer'

Director Luca Guadagnino and stars Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet stopped by the Variety Studio Presented by AT&T at the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about their new movie, "Call Me By Your Name."






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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
TIFF 2017 - COLLIDER Interview
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet
with interviewer Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub of COLLIDER

Published on Sep 19, 2017


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and, months earlier at Sundance:




Re Call Me by Your Name, Armie Hammer specifically mentions Brokeback Mountain  (and Art as "a change agent") at 3:00 - 3:34







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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
Interview with

Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet,
Luca Guadagnino & Michael Stuhlbarg
at the Sundance Film Festival

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Armie Hammer: ‘Call Me by Your Name’s’ First Kiss Scene Felt ‘Organic and Special’

Director Luca Guadagnino and stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg discussed their gay love story “Call Me by Your Name,” and how art can be an agent of change.

“The shooting of the actual scene of the first kiss — it felt as organic and special and great as every other shot that we did on this movie,” Hammer said, adding that he hopes we’ve evolved sociologically since “Brokeback Mountain” was released to controversy in 2005 to see “the truth that’s present in every moment of desire.”

The foursome were at the Variety Studio, presented by Orville Redenbacher’s, at the Sundance Film Festival.


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 27, 2017, 08:50:00 pm





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The Sheltering Sky  (1990)
John Malkovich, Debra Winger
Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
(photo montage with Josephine Baker singing Nuit D'Algier)

genia106
Published on Jun 28, 2014

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and to reiterate: Luca is a lovely, lovely, SO SMART man! (especially at 3:40 - 4:41 below....)






[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwYkESu-vXY[/youtube]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwYkESu-vXY

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  (2017)
VARIETY STUDIO Interview with

Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet,
& Luca Guadagnino
at TIFF 2017

Published on Sep 27, 2017
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 28, 2017, 12:24:46 am




Oliver and Elio circle each other for, well, hours, as Guadagnino returns again and again to stress Oliver’s earthy appetites – he gulps his food, sucks down eggs and throws back juice – and Elio’s carnal desires, diverted into sex with his local girlfriend Marzia.





https://www.screendaily.com/reviews/call-me-by-your-name-sundance-review/5114034.article

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      Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
Luca Guadagnino tantalises, seduces, teases with a
sensuousness which threatens to climax throughout


by FIONNUALA HALLIGAN
CHIEF FILM CRITIC
January 23 2017


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‘Young Elio collapses into love’ ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




Call Me By Your Name  is an intensely languorous seduction from Luca Guadagnino, set in 1983 “somewhere in Northern Italy”, in a ripe, sun-dappled palazzo belonging to a casually multi-lingual American professor of antiquities, his wife and smart, intuitive, intellectually-precocious 17 year-old son, Elio (Timothée Chalamet). When 24 year-old graduate student Oliver (Armie Hammer) arrives for a six-week internship, young Elio collapses into love; it’s a beautiful, supremely touching performance from Chalamet which gives this surprisingly safe story its moving purity.

Call Me By Your Name  wears its intellectual credentials on its sleeve; it’s a film which sucks in references to art, literature, poetry, linguistics, Jewish identity, and exhales lengthy al-fresco lunches, meticulous production design and dripping over-ripe fruit, a luscious metaphor for the forbidden romance at its core. Adapted from André Aciman’s memoirs, this hot summer flush of first love in a milieu vacated by Bertolucci’s Stealing Beauty  stakes its place in film history with Chalamet’s Elio, buffeted by the all-too-real confusion, pain and ecstasy of falling in love.

Guadagnino’s follow-up to 2015’s A Bigger Splash  (and the concluding part of a trilogy which started with I Am Love ) may prettify the pill, but 131 minutes of picture postcard Italy is a challenge for wide commercial play, even with the director’s art house cachet.

The film’s moving conclusion – Elio’s father, played by Michael Stuhlbarg, delivering painful wisdom coupled with an exquisitely-held closing shot – will help word of mouth, but this film will need to be marketed carefully.  Prospects may be healthier in English-language-friendly markets (SPC pre-bought US rights prior to the Sundance premiere). Certainly, Italians are unlikely to react well to another reductive Guadagnino depiction of their countrymen as colourful village idiots.

One of Call Me By Your Name ’s unexpected pleasures is the recreation of 1983 in the Italian countryside: it might seem as if this is a timeless place (Mussolini on the walls, etc), but the costumes (swimming trunks, Talking Heads t-shirts), the music (The Psychedelic Furs), and the retro dancing is a pleasure and helps engage the mind when the film becomes snared in sun- and moon-dappled swims, bicycle rides, and aforementioned al fresco lunches and breakfasts. With all that entertaining and all those fruit trees to groom, it’s lucky this affluent family has domestic staff on hand.

Oliver and Elio circle each other for, well, hours, as Guadagnino returns again and again to stress Oliver’s earthy appetites – he gulps his food, sucks down eggs and throws back juice – and Elio’s carnal desires, diverted into sex with his local girlfriend Marzia (a warm performance from Esther Garrel).

The summer seems endless, the camera prowls around, the temperature rises, and the viewer can be forgiven, with all this gorging sensuousness, for expecting the much-teased consummation to be rich in carnality. It’s disappointing that Guadagnino shirks the moment, politely cutting to a shot of a tree. In a year in which gay love has broken through cinematically (Moonlight ), gay sex is still avoided. (It’s interesting to witness the difference between Call Me By Your Name  and the frankly explicit British film God’s Own Country.)

Guadagnino never disappoints when it comes to beauty or parading his credentials as an aesthete, whether that be via Sayombhu Mukdeeprom’s visuals, or the piano-driven score so reminiscent of I Am Love, or quoting Montaigne in French. Timothée Chalamet plays the guitar and several versions of Bach on the piano with a precocity which makes his character so beguiling.

But there is always something here to look at or listen to, even when Guadagnino isn’t so ostensibly showing off. He tantalises, seduces, teases with a sensuousness which, even if it doesn’t climax in human flesh, bursts forth in a sequence involving a peach, which may irrevocably alter how viewers perceive this rich fruit going forward.




Production companies: RT Features, Frenesy Film Company, La Cinéfacture

International distribution: Memento Film Sales. US distribution: Sony Pictures Classics

Producers: Peter Spears, Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges, Rodrigo Teixeira, Marco Morabito

Executive producers: James Ivory, Howard Rosenman, Tom Dolby, Nicholas Kaiser, Lourenço Sant’Anna, Francesco Melzi d’Eril, Derek Simonds, Margarethe Baillou

Screenplay: James Ivory, Luca Guadagnino, and Walter Fasano, from the novel by André Aciman

Cinematography: Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

Production design: Samuel Deshors

Editor: Walter Fasano

Music: Sufjan Stevens

Main cast: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garel, Victoire Du Bois, Vanda Capriolo, Antonio Rimoldi



http://www.metacritic.com/movie/call-me-by-your-name/critic-reviews


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 28, 2017, 11:47:30 am



Luca Guadagnino for Fantastic Man Magazine No. 26
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"I think I'll make another film in the future about the characters in Call Me by Your Name.  I'd love to make a cycle of films based on them. How they grow up. Will they meet again? What happens when they meet again?"

Director Luca Guadagnino delivers an interview vérité in the new issue of @ManFantastic ahead of the worldwide release of his spectacularly romantic new movie Call Me by Your Name.


#LucaGuadagnino #CallMeByYourName
#FantasticMan #Cinema #Art #Culture #KarlaOtto

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Luca Guadagnino for Fantastic Man Magazine No. 26
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Luca Guadagnino for Fantastic Man Magazine No. 26 (Amsterdam)
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Have you met him (Sufjan Stevens)?

"I wrote to him and invited him over to my house to see the film
when it was finished, as he was coming to Italy anyway. So, the
doorbell rings, and this stunningly beautiful man is at the door.
I mean, I’d seen pictures of him, but in reality he is beyond
handsome! Those eyes!"


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Peter Spears‏ @pjspears  Aug 13
https://twitter.com/pjspears
Producer, "Call Me By Your Name"

The day it all began--the table read of CMBYN script.

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5726616/fullcredits/

Armie Hammer   ...          Oliver
Timothée Chalamet   ...          Elio          
Michael Stuhlbarg   ...         Mr. Perlman
Amira Casar   ...            Annella
Esther Garrel   ...           Marzia
Victoire Du Bois   ...       Chiara
                          Andre Aciman   ...        Mounir (as André Aciman)
                  Peter Spears   ...         Isaac (and Producer)

Luca Guadagnino   ...     Director




But of course we know where that fabulous loggia with the refectory table is located--








https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-home-italy-interior-design.html



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The director Luca Guadagnino’s exquisitely art-directed movies have become something of an obsession among interior designers.
But his ultimate set is his own apartment in a 17th-century palazzo outside of Milan. The property had been empty for 40 years before
Guadagnino spent six months renovating it. With the help of painters, he created custom paint colors for each room.



https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/08/01/t-magazine/luca-guadagnino-milan-home-interior-design/s/01tmag-luca-slide-E6UZ.html



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Guadagnino says his next house will have a garden. Photo: Mikael Olsson




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Light floods the loggia, on the second floor of the palazzo. Gio Ponti Superleggera chairs by Cassina flank the dining table,
with vintage Danish chairs in the foreground. The ornately painted door is original to the building. Credit Mikael Olsson

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 28, 2017, 01:42:13 pm


"I think I'll make another film in the future about the characters in Call Me by Your Name.  I'd love to make a cycle of films based on them. How they grow up. Will they meet again? What happens when they meet again?"


Do you know?? I've been thinking  this! The very last five pages of the book (at the end of Part 4, "Ghost Spots") have a very open-ended quality, no?? Obviously Luca, André and producer Peter Spears have talked about it. Shades of director Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise  (1995), Before Sunset  (2004) and Before Midnight  (2013), which I have always loved!

FYI: Richard Linklater: No one’s ruling out a Before  quadrilogy, FEBRUARY 27, 2017,
http://ew.com/movies/2017/02/27/richard-linklater-before-sunset-trilogy/



Celine (Julie Delpy): "Baby. You are going to miss that plane." (talk-singing along with Nina Simone to  Jesse)
Jesse (Ethan Hawke): "I know." (laughs)




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Before Sunset  (2004)
Julie Delpy & Ethan Hawke
(by director Richard Linklater)

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Luca Guadagnino for Fantastic Man Magazine No. 26
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"I think I'll make another film in the future about the characters in Call Me by Your Name.  I'd love to make a cycle of films based on them. How they grow up. Will they meet again? What happens when they meet again?"

Director Luca Guadagnino delivers an interview vérité in the new issue of @ManFantastic ahead of the worldwide release of his spectacularly romantic new movie Call Me by Your Name.


#LucaGuadagnino #CallMeByYourName
#FantasticMan #Cinema #Art #Culture #KarlaOtto

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 28, 2017, 06:49:40 pm


Very nice!!!


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Sep 27th, 2017
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A very exciting news for those who are going to NYFF screening of CMBYN;
Not only Luca, Armie and Timmy are going, also Michael is joining our three amigos for Q&As


#uh I wanna go damn it


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 01:15:16 am
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Monet's Berm
(Sampled the colors from Monet's paintings in Bordighera)


CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by Nikko Tan
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 02:05:04 am


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https://twitter.com/KitKowalski/status/913555345666125824
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They have no mercy...

5:05 PM - 28 Sep 2017

#ArmieHammer #CallMeByYourName #cmbyn #outmagazine
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: southendmd on September 29, 2017, 07:52:17 am

A very exciting news for those who are going to NYFF screening of CMBYN;
Not only Luca, Armie and Timmy are going, also Michael is joining our three amigos for Q&As




!!!!!


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 09:02:25 am



A very exciting news for those who are going to NYFF screening of CMBYN;
Not only Luca, Armie and Timmy are going, also Michael is joining our three amigos for Q&As







!!!!!




YAY!   ;D ;D




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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 11:09:57 am







OLIVIER ZAHMA swimming pool is a strong symbol.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — In Hockney’s painting, there’s the tension of the surface and what is beneath the exploding splash in the pool, which is incredibly sexual. I remember the first time I saw it, as well as a second painting with a guy swimming underwater. I was maybe 14. That’s when I began to understand my own sexuality. In a way, I was upset by those paintings. I could hardly look at them because they’re so much about what is below the surface, at a deeper level of desire and sexuality. Hockney questioned this through the lens of his own homosexuality, which really hit me.








http://purple.fr/magazine/fw-2015-issue-24/luca-guadagnino/

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— F/W 2015 issue 24

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LUCA GUADAGNINO
on independent cinema
film director

interview and portrait by OLIVIER ZAHM





OLIVIER ZAHM — How did you start in cinema?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I started as a critic. Actually, I started as a cinephile. I always looked at films, lots of them.

OLIVIER ZAHM — What is the first film you remember?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I remember my first impression of a screen, which had nothing to do with the actual film when I was five years old. It was the desert in Lawrence of Arabia, by David Lean — years after the film came out. I was in my mother’s lap, in a big theater in Ethiopia. I’ve always been very enthusiastic about cinema, someone who really lives in it. I always thought about and tried to understand all the threads that make film — cinema history, the relationship to the viewer, etc. So I got a degree in the history of cinema, in Rome.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Rome was the Italian capital of cinema.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Once. It’s totally finished. I think the language of cinema has been greatly lost. I don’t want to sound grumpy or nostalgic, as if it was better then. But the art of cinema has passed away from moving images and people talking and has been replaced by special effects.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Why do you think that the language of cinema has been lost?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — The capacity of a film to interpret reality and create different visions of it for those watching — not simply showing people or emotions, but going further, creating a sort of social consciousness about an issue. That’s what we’re losing. I think it’s a sad moment, compared with what cinema was before. One in a hundred films will now interpret reality through the language of cinema. It’s like painting, which came from the avant-garde, then passed through the crises of the ’60s and ’70s only to return to the figure. Now, there seems to be a kind of nostalgia for cinema to be like the novel. But film was never like a novel. Cinema is made up of images put together with other images to create a related idea. What’s lacking is the interpretation of the void between the images. For example, when Jean-Luc Godard portrayed a couple in a crisis, you saw it through an idea Godard had about the crisis of cinema itself. He tells a simple story of a bourgeois couple, but at a higher level, via deeper meaning, he presents something critical about the form, which back then already engendered feelings about its death.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Your documentary film Bertolucci on Bertolucci is a symphony of interviews with him. There’s a moment, from the ’80s I guess, when Bertolucci, speaking about Pasolini, says that the language of cinema is no longer the language of reality because the language of reality is television. What would be the language of reality today, if not cinema?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — It could be the Internet. But it’s a challenge for myself as a filmmaker: what is my subjective capacity to see reality with eyes wide open, with a mind ready to observe and think like an artist, which in cinema means to get away from the star system and the production of mass divertissement — entertainment.

OLIVIER ZAHM — What do you think about the digital revolution?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — The digital revolution is a great democratic achievement, but it’s fake. The problem is how to be thoughtful within the orgy of image production that increases all around us — which, to be honest, makes me want to stop producing images.

OLIVIER ZAHM — You mean it’s destructive to cinema?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Yes. And to reality — the reality of making images that are worth watching and thinking about. Not just anyone can create an image. I don’t want to be elitist. I think images, and those who make them, should be strongly invested in and reflect and interpret reality, and not simply reiterate the status quo.

OLIVIER ZAHM — I didn’t know Bertolucci started out as Pasolini’s assistant, as I learned in your film. Nor did I realize he was so deeply influenced by him. Aren’t you a very late son of Pasolini?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Thank you. I speak for myself, but it’s important for me, whether I’m working with stars and fashion brands and making fashion films, or simply taking pictures for fun — I’m always aware of what I’m doing in the middle of all this, and I don’t stop being critical.

OLIVIER ZAHM — You like to work in fashion, too.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Absolutely, but my process is always analytical. That has to do with my childhood. I remember being fascinated by things my mother and my Aunt Isabella had — for example, a beat-up old Hermès bag. I was interested in the form and started to become conscious of such things, which is what drew me into the fashion world. But it all comes from fascination. And in fashion I met many inspiring people, such as Raf Simons, Francesco Russo — great artists who bring something beyond the imposition of capital to produce, produce, produce. It’s about form, inventing form, reinterpreting form.

OLIVIER ZAHM — But the fashion world produces nonstop moving images, short movies, videos, of which maybe not even 1% have any relevance.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I agree completely. It’s incredibly sad, but the same pertains to the clothes. What’s the form? What percent of mass-produced clothes makes sense as a silhouette that says anything about us, who we are, and where we are going? Maybe 1%, you are right.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Not a lot, but maybe enough!
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Going back to my roots, even when objects and materials come from the codified world of luxury images, I try to frame them in a perspective of reality. I don’t know if I succeed, but I don’t like drama in film. In making a film, the imperative becomes the study. Drama shouldn’t be the center of cinema, as it is for theater. In cinema, we must interpret psychological and exterior realities.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Isn’t your approach to cinema political?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Oh, yeah. Everything is political. Even the false idea that there are no more ideologies, which is extremely ideological, but also cruel because to call an end to ideology suggests that we live in a world with no hope besides well-being and accessibility, which is the purest triumph of ideology. I’m thinking about my next movie, A Bigger Splash, which is about four people trying to escape or go toward one another.

OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s about a community of lovers?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — In a way. Of lovers and haters. What is the language of reality of this film? Is it about privilege? I think it’s about the neuroses of a world in which everything is post-ideological but at the same time hyper-ideological. How do you behave in a world where everything is supposed to be okay, where there is no possibility to confront your ideas with someone else’s? How can you create antagonism and different perspectives where there is none?

OLIVIER ZAHM — Why did you choose to remake a cult French movie, La Piscine, from 1969, which reunited Alain Delon and Romy Schneider. Schneider had dramatically broken-up with Delon and married German director and actor Harry Meyen in Berlin. She had a child; she was out of cinema. Alain Delon asked the filmmaker to book her for this role. The original film is not so good, but you get the true emotions of two people, and it’s in this emotional experience that cinema creates another, possibly its own, dimension.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — That’s exactly it. Its reality isn’t in the drama, or in the constructed idea of love between two characters, but in the past experience of love that Alain Delon and Schneider brought to the screen. They were a famous couple who split up and got back together in front of the camera.That’s one of the reasons for its incredible success in France and Germany. And this is why I also love this film.

OLIVIER ZAHM — But it’s impossible to recreate that situation!
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Absolutely. After I made lo sono L’Amore [I Am Love], I was approached by Olivier Courson and Ron Halpern, from StudioCanal, who were dreaming about reviving La Piscine. I was a bit skeptical because the original, by Jacques Deray, was made during a period when the greatest filmmakers of the Nouvelle Vague were making amazing films, interpreting reality, and questioning the concept of cinema. Deray, who was also the director of Borsalino, among other films, was more into American film noir and French action films or spy films.

OLIVIER ZAHM — But, La Piscine is not a political movie!
LUCA GUADAGNINO — This film was about the typical problems of bourgeois betrayal. I grew up with Jean-Luc Godard and the Nouvelle Vague, but not the commercial films of the ’60s and ’70s. So why should I do a remake of a film that comes from a world that’s so far from me? Of course, behind the curtain of bourgeois betrayal — and murder — there remains universal desire. Which is what? How do you show such basic elements of the emotional subconscious as desire and jealousy? I tried to understand that and asked myself, What’s the desire to kill the father? Or to kill a figure that has been your guide? Not like in the ’60s, when they were trying to kill fathers as a trope of conservatism. The father of today does not censure his son, and gives sons and daughters the permission to do anything he would like to do himself. I wanted to talk about how people today cannot sustain the imperative of jouissance — enjoyment — but must restore a sense of order by killing the father of jouissance. I interpreted that story with four people in a clash of desire. And that’s what led me to a movie that is now completely different from Jacques Deray’s La Piscine. Of course, I borrowed my title from David Hockney, which is completely different.

OLIVIER ZAHM — From Hockney’s painting of a swimming pool and his film about himself, each called A Bigger Splash.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — For me, Hockney still represents the voice of the counterculture.

OLIVIER ZAHM — And the swimming pool is a symbol of unconscious desire, in painting, in movies.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I often put swimming pools in films. In Amore, there’s a swimming pool where a guy hits his head and dies. Here, I wonder if there isn’t something about myself in such an image: I can’t swim. I have a big fear. If you put me into water, I drown. I guess I prefer going toward fear than running away from it.








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Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson in A Bigger Splash, 2015, a film by Luca Guadagnino. Photo Jack English






OLIVIER ZAHM — A swimming pool is a strong symbol.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — In Hockney’s painting, there’s the tension of the surface and what is beneath the exploding splash in the pool, which is incredibly sexual. I remember the first time I saw it, as well as a second painting with a guy swimming underwater. I was maybe 14. That’s when I began to understand my own sexuality. In a way, I was upset by those paintings. I could hardly look at them because they’re so much about what is below the surface, at a deeper level of desire and sexuality. Hockney questioned this through the lens of his own homosexuality, which really hit me. So to shuffle the cards, I think Hockney’s great painting is also symbolic of the unconscious representation of homosexual desire — but using heterosexual couples. I tried to put a bit of Hockney’s perverted vision of a surface in a sort of non-straight undercurrent reference to him.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Are you optimistic about the evolution of cinema? From Paris, we have the feeling that Italian cinema in the ’70s was the most beautiful, from Pasolini to Fellini to Rossellini, even compared with the Nouvelle Vague, which was more a statement about cinema.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Not to be nationalistic, but I agree with you.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Those films are richly influential. But it’s also true that Italy has lost its touch in cinema. How do you see the situation, as you’re one of the new names? I’m sure that there are others we may not know of, actually, because Italy’s quite, um…
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Provincial?

OLIVIER ZAHM — You’ve been international from the beginning. You use international actors; you travel; you show your films in New York…
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I don’t consider myself an Italian cinéaste, to be honest.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Are you an African one, as you grew up in Ethiopia?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Hopefully, an African one. I wish I could be considered an Algerian director. My mother is Algerian. I was born in Palermo in 1971, but I grew up in Ethiopia. I came to Italy when I was seven. In my mind, deep emotions and visual landscapes are from Ethiopia and not Palermo or any place in Italy. I arrived in Italy as an outsider, even as a kid, when I went to school and was darker than the average Italian. I was “discriminated” against, as you’d say in today’s world of political correctness.

OLIVIER ZAHM — They were prejudiced against you?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Yeah, yeah. People called me “the nigger,” so I always felt outside the center. That’s why I was so drawn to film. I was very alone. I went to see films alone. I was developing my own sexuality, which in a way was also off-center, and that made me feel a bit outside, too, though not so much. I also strongly recognize and support the civil rights movement, but I’m not an insider of that, either.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Do you support the gay and lesbian movement?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — The Western civil rights movement, like the LGBT civil rights, the right to marry — all that stuff is very important to me, and it’s a scandal that it’s not allowed in Italy, for instance. But I’m not a militant. My entire career, if I can use such a word, has involved being completely independent, to the point that, in 2005, I decided to produce myself because I didn’t want to engage in conversations with the Italian cinema establishment, which might try to dictate my way of making films.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Did you raise money on your own?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I’m a believer that if you want something, as Truman Capote said, you’re going to get it. So I’m really doing it. Yes, I do it.

OLIVIER ZAHM — This is your rebellious side.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — No, it’s my risky side. I like to take risks.

OLIVIER ZAHM — So would you define yourself as an independent filmmaker?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Completely. I work with international actors, film crews, and scenarios, including some from Italy; but I don’t really belong to commecial cinema, or to Italian cinema. Nevertheless, I come from Roberto Rossellini, Luchino Visconti, Federico Fellini, Francesco Rosi, Bertolucci, and Bellocchio, and that incredible 25 years of cinema — ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s — created at the highest level, by filmmakers who were inspired by the most remote lands, especially Rossellini and Bertolucci. That incredible legacy has been transformed into the irrelevant cinema we make today. I’ve thought a lot about that and have a couple of ideas. First, the younger filmmakers of this generation, operating in the ’70s, were engaged in the post-’68 idea of overthrowing the old order, using the power of youth in its moment, which of course never lasts. They also thought what they were doing was eternal, so they did not feel the importance of transmitting knowledge. In a way, it was a generation of immensely great but narcissistic artists in the cinema world.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Thinking they could incarnate their youth?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Forever, without thinking that knowledge has to be passed on, at least to continue the evolutionary process.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Didn’t Pasolini do that for Bertolucci, and educate him?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Pasolini did, but when he was killed, it was also killed. They killed the only one who wanted to transmit something to the younger generation in Italy.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Do you have an idea or a personal theory about the murder of Pasolini?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I think the guy who claimed to have killed him did it out of sexual depravity. I think it was a plot, perpetrated against him because he was at the center of Italian culture but very provocative to the system — Pasolini was not a marginal writer — and he was razed from the face of the earth.

OLIVIER ZAHM — So there was no transmission from his generation?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — No transmission from the generation who should have transmitted Pasolini’s ideas. Everything shut down. But the second very important name for transmission was in the ’70s — Roger Corman, the great B-movie filmmaker. Corman directed and produced many films that empowered other young filmmakers.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Such as?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Jonathan Demme, Martin Scorsese, John Milius, to name a few. Knowledge needs to be transmitted; otherwise it dies without evolving. But then there is an industry problem.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Television?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Exactly. Berlusconi came to power in the ’90s, but his influence came when he started national television in the ’80s, which changed everything, empowering the language of television over cinema. Who are the important Italian directors today? They are from the MTV generation more than anything. I don’t know if you’ve seen Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty or Il Divo, his last film. Those films want to say they come from the Fellini legacy, but they exhibit only a superficial understanding of Fellini, seen through the lens of advertisements, commercials, publicity, and video clips. I don’t think a young audience today necessarily wants fast editing and a camera that does this and that. I think even a young audience wants to see images that tell them something about reality.

OLIVIER ZAHM — About their reality?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Yes. Absolutely.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Are you optimistic that cinema can still be a language of reality?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Well, the Portuguese director Miguel Gomes has made two fantastic films, Tabu and Arabian Nights, which just came out. He spent a year trying to understand where his country stands, and made films that are topically and visually great. That alone is an amazing achievement. So I’m very optimistic. People everywhere think about images and about reality and should be able to make films that use the language of cinema in this unfortunately boring world in which “cinema de papa” still rules.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Do you consider your beautiful documentary about Bertolucci — made of a combination of extracts of interviews — a film?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I do.

OLIVIER ZAHM — So reality takes the form of a documentary film on another filmmaker.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Yes. I mean a documentary can do just that, so long as it’s not the documentary style now taught, which is a kind of reconstructed television documentary. Werner Herzog made some of the greatest films in the ’70s, but his documentaries, such as one about the death penalty, On Death Row, and the one about the grizzly bear man, Grizzly Man, or the one on the Iraq War, are amazing. We should endorse that kind of energy in younger filmmakers. I produced a film called Antonia by a 26-year-old filmmaker, which is about a wonderful Italian poet in the ’30s who killed herself at age 28 and has never been recognized.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Because we’re in such a situation, with so many moving images that don’t mean anything, it’s time to be radical again. In your documentary, Bertolucci says that when he was 23 or 24, making a movie was like writing a poem. Now, 40 or 50 years later, can we still start from there?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Absolutely.

OLIVIER ZAHM — In that case, maybe the connection with the past is not entirely gone.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — That depends on where you are and on the capacity of an industry to recognize it. One of the great recent French films, Alain Guiraudie’s Stranger by the Lake, from 2013, is a beautiful sort of mystery film, set near a lake where a community of gay men go for casual sex and a murder occurs. When a film like that appears at Cannes, has lots of César nominations, and sells worldwide, that’s a radical movie today.

OLIVIER ZAHM — What about the brillant young French-Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — I’m a bit suspicious of Xavier Dolan, for one reason: he does too many films. I do not believe in hyperactivity. I like the idea of reflection. I think Mommy, for instance, is a typical post-Almodóvar female drama, shot in the clever, intelligent way of today, with an awareness of the iPhone generation. Is it a gimmick having to do with the tool? Or does the tool affect the way the images are put together? I was very upset when Mommy — what a title! — was awarded the Jury Prize in Cannes. It basically contradicted Godard’s lesson that such an orgy of images is the end of language and then was rewarded for being an orgy of images.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Maybe because it’s a film that celebrates the orgy of images as a new language of cinema for the younger generation born with the Internet?
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Possibly. I guess that makes me a grumpy old man, and maybe Xavier Dolan is right.

OLIVIER ZAHM — Well, you can’t deny the freedom in Mommy, where the tool of his generation pushes moving images beyond cinema — with young people trying to find freedom and escape the family, the mother, as well as superficial love and fake relations. Maybe it’s a typical teenager movie. I use him just as an example of a filmmaker who doesn’t necessarily care about the history of cinema, but who makes a movie that mostly uses the new technology of images in order to tell a story.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Absolutely, but moving forward, would it represent something more than just being an outburst of desire in moving images? I wonder if Xavier Dolan or anyone who does the same is really thinking about what it means to create an image in motion? But maybe I’m wrong. We’ll see!

OLIVIER ZAHM — It’s perhaps a bit extreme to say that cinema was the language of the 20th century, and we have no artistic language for today.
LUCA GUADAGNINO — Possibly. But looking at cinema history is still extremely important today, in a period of confusion.


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A Bigger Splash is an erotic thriller with a international cast, including Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Dakota Johnson, and Matthias Schoenaerts. It opens in 2015.



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Olivier Zahm (born September 1963 in Paris, France) is a French fashion journalist, blogger, photographer, and magazine editor. He is the founder, owner and editor of the French fashion and culture magazine Purple




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Playing Oliver, [Hammer] tells me, didn’t come entirely naturally. “I’m not sure I could have done it unless I’d reached a certain level of understanding with Luca. It was really a matter of him beating it all into my thick skull. There were all these kinks and fetishes that I didn’t understand. Like, why does he want to eat the peach? Why does he say ‘Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine’? If I didn’t understand those things, I wouldn’t have the character.”





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Armie Hammer on gay romance
Call Me by Your Name
‘There were fetishes I didn’t understand’

by Ryan Gilbey
Thursday 28 September 2017 11.26 EDT


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Hammer seems dazed by the uniformly ecstatic notices the film has received, his enthusiasm for discussing Call Me By Your Name
is understandably boundless





Armie Hammer strides in to the press room a few minutes early, catching the eight or nine assembled journalists mid-conversation. There can be no ignoring him. Cartoonishly handsome, with a big square slab of jaw and a grin that arrives a couple of seconds before he does, he is also 6ft 5in tall. “What did I miss, what’s happening, something funny?” asks the 31-year-old actor. Gesturing at a colleague’s bulbous yellow microphone, I explain that I was remarking on its resemblance to a lemon and pointing out that it would have been more fitting if it were a peach. “Ah,” smiles Hammer. “Why do I have the feeling I’m going to be getting this a lot?”

His suspicion is correct. A peach figures only briefly in the rhapsodic gay coming-of-age story Call Me by Your Name, but that hasn’t stopped the scene in question defining the picture in the minds of those who see it. It is Elio (Timothée Chalamet), the precocious 17-year-old son of an American professor, who uses the fruit as a masturbatory aid; his older lover, Oliver (Hammer), who is staying with the family in northern Italy as the professor’s research assistant, merely raises it to his lips afterwards, perhaps contemplating TS Eliot’s question from The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock (“Do I dare to eat a peach?”) or wondering whether it’s going to count as one of his five-a-day.

Though Call Me by Your Name  is deliciously sunny and sensuous, it has a proper sensitivity toward the pain, as well as the pleasure, of first love, as might be expected from Luca Guadagnino, the director of I Am Love and A Bigger Splash. Hammer seems dazed by the uniformly ecstatic notices the film has received. “I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop,” he says, pulling up a chair. Practically the only criticism so far, however, came last month from the actor James Woods, who expressed his disapproval by tweeting: “As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency. #NAMBLA.” (The hashtag referred to North American Man/Boy Love Association, a paedophile advocacy group.) The next morning, Hammer replied: “Didn’t you date a 19-year-old when you were 60 …?” Miaow.

Hammer is joined by Chalamet, who is 10 years his junior. After all they’ve done on screen, it’s no surprise to see them goofing around and exchanging big, unembarrassed smackers. When asked if he has ever experienced the sort of love chronicled in the movie, Chalamet assumes a wistful tone: “I have, actually. It was the summer I was working with this actor named Armie Hammer …”

Several hours later, I get Hammer to myself. He shakes my hand hesitantly; he is recovering from having recently torn off his pectoral muscle while working out. Indeed, his Instagram feed is a catalogue of injuries and hospital visits, among the snaps of how much legroom he has in first class and assorted portraits of “the Hammily” (as he refers to his wife, the TV host Elizabeth Chambers, with whom he runs a chain of Texan bakeries called Bird, and their two children).

Playing Oliver, he tells me, didn’t come entirely naturally. “I’m not sure I could have done it unless I’d reached a certain level of understanding with Luca. It was really a matter of him beating it all into my thick skull. There were all these kinks and fetishes that I didn’t understand. Like, why does he want to eat the peach? Why does he say ‘Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine’? If I didn’t understand those things, I wouldn’t have the character.”

When explanations didn’t do the trick, Guadagnino resorted to film clips. For one scene, he showed Hammer a few minutes of Debra Winger in Bertolucci’s The Sheltering Sky : there is a lost look she gives that he felt was well-suited to the scene after Oliver and Elio have had sex for the first time. “I didn’t take it as ‘I want you to do it like this,’” Hammer explains. “It was more: ‘Do you see what’s going on in her head? Do you see her loss and confusion? That’s what I want you to feel. That’s what I think Oliver would be going through. Do you agree?’ I was, like: ‘I really do. Let me see how I can interpret that.’”

Oliver is Hammer’s third gay role, following Clyde Tolson in Clint Eastwood’s J Edgar and the writer James Lord in Final Portrait, but if that represents a risk, no one seems to have told him. “None of my team has ever said: ‘I don’t know if it’s gonna be good for you to play a gay character.’ So I can only assume we are working our way through that stigma,” he says. Then again, he has a history of following his instincts. Though he hails from “old money” (his great-grandfather, Armand Hammer, was an art collector, philanthropist, Republican party donor and head of Occidental Petroleum), he defied his parents’ wishes by pursuing an acting career. Were they angry? “Yeah.” How did that feel? “I was committed and I was prepared to deal with whatever the consequences of that might be. I mean, they weren’t ever not taking my phone calls or anything. I just had to prove to them that my reason for becoming an actor wasn’t so that I didn’t have to carry on going to school.” Did they want him to go into the family business? “Or college, at least, you know?” he laughs.

There was disappointment early on when George Miller’s proposed 2007 Justice League movie, in which he had been cast as Batman, fell apart. Depending on who you listen to, you can blame the writers’ strike, or the fact that Christopher Nolan didn’t want a parallel Batman running around on screen while The Dark Knight was still a going concern. But Hammer’s break came eventually with his dual portrayal of the Winklevoss twins, squaring off against Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network. Left unmonitored, Hammer’s preppy quality can shade into blandness, as it did in The Man from UNCLE and The Lone Ranger, but his choices are usually too offbeat to allow that to happen. He was part of the shoot-’em-up ensemble of Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire (and will shortly be seen fighting subterranean monsters in the same director’s Freakshift), while his bright, Tom Cruise-esque gnashers were hidden entirely as Amy Adams’s aloof husband in Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals.

His enthusiasm for discussing Call Me By Your Name  is understandably boundless but I wonder how the experience of universal acclaim compares with those times when it was withheld. After all, Hammer has starred in two pictures that were, for very different reasons, among the most vilified of recent years. First, he played the title character in The Lone Ranger alongside Johnny Depp as Tonto. Disney shut down production when the budget ballooned; by the time it was back on track, the smell of blood, or rather turkey, was in the air. The idiosyncratic western was never really given a chance by most critics, though the late Philip French called it “handsome, exciting, affectionate” and compared it favourably to Buster Keaton’s The General.

Hammer sighs when I ask him to compare its reception to Call Me By Your Name ’s. “It’s apples and oranges. Different kinds of movies, different kinds of monsters. That being said, this has been terrific, so to be part of a project like this, I’m happy for myself, for Timmy, for Luca…” He goes on to list several other people for whom he feels happy.

Does he have faith that The Lone Ranger will be rediscovered or reclaimed in years to come? “I don’t know, man.” Another sigh. “That’s really beyond my scope of consciousness. I got to make the movie, it was one of the best times of my life. It’s like someone says in Call Me By Your Name : ‘You got to have the experience. Whatever comes after …’” He trails off. Was The Lone Ranger simply too strange to ever enjoy the kind of success needed to justify a $215m budget? All he will say is: “It’s quirky, for sure.” Maybe he’s simply learned to live with the anger he felt when he accused critics in 2013 of deciding “to slit the jugular of our movie.”

The civil rights drama The Birth of a Nation,  in which Hammer played a slave owner, died for entirely different reasons. Its reception at Sundance in 2016, where it was bought by Fox Searchlight for $17.5m, was every bit as positive as the one afforded there this year to Call Me By Your Name. Then details emerged of the 1999 rape accusation against its star and director, Nate Parker. Though Parker was exonerated, his accuser later took her life. What had been a surefire Oscar contender was hastily buried in the light of this revelation. Surely Hammer has some feelings or opinions about the film’s fate?

“I don’t really know because I haven’t followed everything that’s been going on. I haven’t really been reading anything. I’ve been busy. We’ve been kinda doing this thing. I know that we got to make a movie that at the time felt like it was something very important. I don’t even really know what happened. There are people over at Fox Searchlight who are paid to worry about that sort of thing.” He doesn’t exactly say “I only work here”, but the implication is clear. “Actors come in at the 11th hour and we just stand in front of the camera and do our job,” he says. Another big grin – or is it the same one he’s been wearing all along? – and he’s off.


Call Me By Your Name is at the London Film Festival 9-11 October and released in the UK 27 October.

• This article was amended on the 29 September 2017. An earlier version mistakenly stated that it was Armie Hammer’s Russian grandfather, Armand Hammer, who was head of Occidental Petroleum. It was in fact his great-grandfather and he was born in New York, the son of Russian emigres.





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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME  Talk
TIFF 2017
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet

Published on Sep 11, 2017


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In the first of three sessions from the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF, the team behind acclaimed gay romance Call Me By Your Name – actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino – talk to the Guardian 's Benjamin Lee

The movie is based on the book (of the same name) by André Aciman.

Plot: It's the summer of 1983, and precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman is spending the days with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. He soon meets Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who's working as an intern for Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.



Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 09:22:37 pm





A film that makes you yearn for a love that will hurt you as much as it hurts Elio, Call Me by Your Name  teaches us that there is a deep meaning in the world that’s worth being open to. It also makes it impossible to hear someone say ‘later’ and not associate it with the sweet scent of endless possibility which comes with a great love that didn’t need to last forever to be real; Call Me by Your Name gently teaches us that a moment or a summer is enough and that time and romance are entirely relative.




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9 February to 18 February 2017


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Berlinale 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Berlinale 2017 Review
Like his last film A Bigger Splash, Luca Guadagnino excels in the creation of cinematic
moments so beautiful and so rich that you want to frame and conserve them forever.


by Hannah Bahl
February 2017


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‘One of the most perfect, casually intellectual, liberal families ever to grace the big screen' ... Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet
and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




There are those rare films that suddenly make a very cold Berlinale day feel warm by adding a different colour to life, like a filter on an old polaroid picture. Call Me by Your Name, which is now being shown in Berlin after its premiere at Sundance, is one of them. The film, which is adapted from André Aciman's novel of the same title, is set in a small town “somewhere in Italy in 1983,” where the intellectual family of seventeen-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) have their summer vacation house, and where Elio is destined to fall, ever so gently, into a painfully exquisite love affair.

We arrive in this Italian summer haven where the peaches are ripe and someone is always making pasta, together with the American student, Oliver (Armie Hammer), who will be the summer assistant of Elio’s father, Mr. Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg), an archeologist. After a few casual Heidegger quotes and classical music interludes it soon becomes apparent that Oliver is visiting the summer house of one of the most perfect, casually intellectual, liberal families ever to grace the big screen.

As the minutes fly by, it becomes seemingly impossible not to fall for each of the characters, and the desperate desire to step into the movie to become a part of this family’s cosmos becomes almost unbearable. You end up yearning to read the newspaper with them, sit at the table during one of their endless summer night patio dinners, listen to Elio playing piano or become part of a discussion about the semantics of the word ‘apricot’ in the morning.

Luca Gudagnino creates a world in which reading books and simply being, is enough. By emphasising the smallest details such as Oliver failing to crack an egg at the breakfast table, he gives everything meaning without making it too obviously ‘meaningful.’ As a director he displays a kindness towards the characters reminiscent of the carefully observant camera-style of Richard Linklater in Boyhood. Consequently, Gudagnino shows us that it is the ordinary things that matter and that we have to allow ourselves to take the time to notice them, like the old woman snapping peas in front of a house when the boys ask for a glass of water on the way to the lake.




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The importance of paying attention to the smallest details is pronounced by the graceful foundation of Elio and Olivers’ characters. Oliver is the classic American. When he leaves he always randomly and nonchalantly throws a ‘later’ into the conversation, which becomes a running gag over the course of the film. In a sense this ‘later’ is the most fitting personification of Oliver (an outstanding performance by Armie Hammer): with his Ryan Gosling-esque cockiness he implies in his ‘later’ a bittersweet promise that persistently lingers in the air throughout the film.

Elio (an incredibly sensitive portrait by Timothée Chalamet) is quite the opposite of the loud, self-aware Oliver. He doesn’t quite know who he is or what he wants yet. Reading books and writing music, carefully observing the actions around him, Elio looks like a boy who could have fallen straight out of a song written by The Cure. So when Oliver asks him in their first encounter what he’s doing the whole summer Elio’s answer is simple, yet it carries a fierce, dramatic undertone, he replies: “waiting for the summer to end.” This indicates that deep down, Elio already has an idea of what this could mean, however, as with all great love stories, the rules of attraction are not that simple, or surmisable in just one sentence.

Clearly cherishing his ensemble, Luca Guadagnino establishes a level of carefully orchestrated intimacy in the relationships between his characters which makes their care-free existence all the more enticing. Consequently, Call Me by Your Name encourages a deep-seated desire for the internet to collapse so that we can all go back to reading books and become sensual, analogue beings, dancing to ’80s music, instead of just mindlessly swiping left and right.

Like his last film, A Bigger Splash, Guadagnino excels in the creation of cinematic moments so beautiful and so rich that you want to frame and conserve them forever. However, where the beauty of certain scenes felt a bit forced in A Bigger Splash, in Call Me by Your Name Guadagnino manages to create an incredible level of lightheartedness which lifts the film to heights rarely found in modern cinema and which linger with you well after the credits roll. At its best, Call Me by Your Name has a casual effortlessness that hardly feels constructed at all. These scenes never seem to be staged or orchestrated, they simply happen naturally and poignantly, like when Oliver and Elio ride their bikes or spend some time at the pool together.

Finding an endearing rhythm between its visual language and its accompanying soundtrack, Call Me by Your Name employs a smart variety of songs including classical tunes, nostalgic ’80s hits and two compositions created especially for the film by Sufjan Stevens. The importance of the music was explained by Guadagnino at the Berlinale press conference:


“When we were working on the script, we asked ourselves how we could encompass the voice of the book into the cinematic language and we were playing with the idea to use a third person narrator but this didn’t feel quite right. We then decided to use the music as a commentator of Elio’s character and Sufjan Stevens’ approach to emotion is unsentimental and really raw.“


The skill to which he deftly applies musical accompaniment to his film is encapsulated within the use of the iconic track Love My Way  by The Psychedelic Furs. Guadagnino’s use of the track brings to life a feeling reminiscent of the moment when you received your first carefully arranged mixtape from someone who really meant something to you, a feeling perhaps long forgotten.

A love letter to time and to letting things flow at their own tempo, Guadagnino gives Elio and Oliver the space to find each other without rushing them or assigning them to any queer genre film tick boxes. Yes, the first kiss between the characters is clumsy but we empathise with it, understanding that falling for someone and revealing yourself can be a hellishly awkward experience. There is a subtle beauty in letting two people find each other without forcing it. Certainly, the most striking element in the development of these two characters is how Guadagnino allows them to grow and become more aware of themselves, while slowly leading them to each other completely naturally.

This subtlety is further reinforced by the gaze of the camera which is always an accomplice of the two leading males. The camera is on the boys side, something which becomes glaringly obvious in the more intimate scenes in which Elio and Oliver have sex and Guadagnino makes the smart and conscious decision not to show too much – leaving the audience with their own ideas and defining Elio and Oliver’s intimacy as something sacred.

Although the film clearly focuses on the budding romance between Elio and Oliver, the two are supported by a tremendous cast including Michael Stuhlbarg who plays Elio’s father with an intellectual kindness that resembles Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society. He observes without comment, yet you can see that he knows exactly what’s going on at any given moment. This gives his character an underlying grace, and fashions him into a model liberal father.




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Indeed, in one of the last scenes in the movie in which he explains during a midnight conversation with Elio why it is always worth falling in love, his performance has the potential to equal Robin Williams’ desk-monologue in Dead Poets. It is this scene that gives Elio the agency to be who he is without having to ‘come out’ and brings home the message that in the end, feelings are not about being gay or straight, they’re about allowing yourself to have compassion for someone else and to make yourself vulnerable.

A film that makes you yearn for a love that will hurt you as much as it hurts Elio, Call Me by Your Name teaches us that there is a deep meaning in the world that’s worth being open to. It also makes it impossible to hear someone say ‘later’ and not associate it with the sweet scent of endless possibility which comes with a great love that didn’t need to last forever to be real; Call Me by Your Name gently teaches us that a moment or a summer is enough and that time and romance are entirely relative.

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 10:27:30 pm





We arrive in this Italian summer haven where the peaches are ripe and someone is always making pasta, together with the American student, Oliver (Armie Hammer), who will be the summer assistant of Elio’s father, Mr. Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg), an archeologist. After a few casual Heidegger quotes and classical music interludes it soon becomes apparent that Oliver is visiting the summer house of one of the most perfect, casually intellectual, liberal families ever to grace the big screen.

As the minutes fly by, it becomes seemingly impossible not to fall for each of the characters, and the desperate desire to step into the movie to become a part of this family’s cosmos becomes almost unbearable. You end up yearning to read the newspaper with them, sit at the table during one of their endless summer night patio dinners, listen to Elio playing piano or become part of a discussion about the semantics of the word ‘apricot’ in the morning.







IF NOT LATER, WHEN?
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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 29, 2017, 10:58:36 pm




On how Sufjan Stevens became involved: "I thought a voice that was external, of narration, could be great. I thought, 'why don't we have a chronicler, who opens and closes the movie with a thought of introduction and epilogue?' I thought it would be cool if we had not an actor, but a musician. And I love Sufjan, so I approached him for that. And he said, 'forget about it, it's never gonna happen.' So I said, 'OK, what about a song that can be, in a way, playing like that? A song of a musician of today telling the story of someone back in the '80s?' And then he really surprised us, because a couple of months later, when we were shooting, I got an email from his management. And Sufjan not only made a song, but he made two. And also, he made an adaptation for the piano of his beautiful 'Futile Devices.'"






Sufjan Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell, was a beautifully simplistic work based on his mother’s death and his reeling emotions of anger, abandonment, loss and love. It will be very interesting to see Stevens tackling a film score, as most of his work is so broad in scope that it lends itself to a cinematic format. So everything should translate well, but it’s exciting to see him fully embrace the format.






To accompany the classical music is a trio songs from the aforementioned Sufjan Stevens, two of them original. Along with employing a new ethereal piano arrangement of “Futile Devices” in a moment of longing, the original songs have the feel of tracks off Carrie & Lowell, albeit with more of a wistful elation. For one of these songs, Guadagnino utilizes one of his few overt directorial flourishes: the effect of a film burn as a lonely Elio contemplates furthering their relationship, then later the visualization of a camera negative when he reflects on the time they have had. Both are fleeting flourishes, appearing only for a few seconds, but indelibly convey the passion inside Elio’s soul.








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Sufjan Stevens "John My Beloved" (Official Audio)
From the album CARRIE & LOWELL


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John My Beloved

Are we to speak, first day of the week
Stumbling words at the bar
Beauty blue eyes, my order of fries
Long Island kindness and wine
Beloved of John, I get it all wrong
I read you for some kind of poem
Covered in lines, the fossils I find
Have they no life of their own?

So can we pretend sweetly
Before the mystery ends?
I am a man with a heart that offends
With its lonely and greedy demands
There’s only a shadow of me; in a matter of speaking I'm dead

Such a waste, your beautiful face
Stumbling carpet arise
Go follow your gem, your white feathered friend
Icarus, point to the sun
If history speaks of two baby teeth
I’m painting the hills blue and red
They said beware, Lord hear my prayer
I’ve wasted my throes on your head

So can we be friends sweetly
Before the mystery ends?
I love you more than the world can contain
In its lonely and ramshackle head
There’s only a shadow of me; in a matter of speaking I'm dead



I’m holding my breath
My tongue on your chest
What can be said of my heart?
If history speaks, the kiss on my cheek
Where there remains but a mark
Beloved my John, so I’ll carry on
Counting my cards down to one
And when I am dead, come visit my bed
My fossil is bright in the sun

So can we contend, peacefully
Before my history ends?
Jesus I need you, be near me, come shield me
From fossils that fall on my head
There’s only a shadow of me; in a matter of speaking I'm dead



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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on September 30, 2017, 12:05:36 pm


The skill to which he deftly applies musical accompaniment to his film is encapsulated within the use of the iconic track Love My Way  by The Psychedelic Furs. Guadagnino’s use of the track brings to life a feeling reminiscent of the moment when you received your first carefully arranged mixtape from someone who really meant something to you, a feeling perhaps long forgotten.






Clearly cherishing his ensemble, Luca Guadagnino establishes a level of carefully orchestrated intimacy in the relationships between his characters which makes their care-free existence all the more enticing. Consequently, Call Me by Your Name encourages a deep-seated desire for the internet to collapse so that we can all go back to reading books and become sensual, analogue beings, dancing to ’80s music, instead of just mindlessly swiping left and right.






It’s a world where the broad-shouldered, blond Oliver fits in nicely. He savagely owns Professor Perlman with his mad etymology skills, breaking down the word “apricot” to its Latin, Greek and Arabic roots. His half-unbuttoned shirt reveals a Star of David necklace, which catches 17-year-old Elio by surprise. (Elio later explains that his mother considers the Perlmans “Jews of discretion” in the sleepy northern Italian vacation village.) At first Elio is annoyed by Oliver, but quickly becomes infatuated. How Oliver feels about Elio is more of a mystery, but as the days and nights continue (so many meals outside! And dancing to the Psychedelic Furs!) the invitations to “go for a swim” eventually turn intimate.






Given Guadagnino’s penchant for lush European settings, it’s unsurprising at how utterly gorgeous this film is to look at, not to mention the 1980’s period setting allowing some choice soundtrack cuts, most notably The Psychedelic Furs“Love My Way“, to provide an additive to the film’s erotic nature; offsetting this is musician Sufjan Stevens‘ original song contributions which play into the film’s fairytale-like mentality.






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The Psychedelic Furs   Love My Way
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Love My Way (1982)

There's an army on the dance floor
It's a fashion with a gun my love
In a room without a door
A kiss is not enough in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
They'd put us on a railroad
They'd dearly make us pay
For laughing in their faces
And making it our way
There's emptiness behind their eyes
There's dust in all their hearts
They just want to steal us all
And take us all apart
But not in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
So swallow all your tears my love
And put on your new face
You can never win or lose
If you don't run the race



Songwriters: John Ashton / Richard Lofthouse Butler / Timothy Butler / Vincent Davey
Love My Way lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC



In 1982, the band was reduced to a four-piece with the departures of Morris and Kilburn, and moved to the U.S. in search of a producer.[6] The band recorded their next album, "Forever Now", with record producer Todd Rundgren in Woodstock, New York. This album contained "Love My Way", which became another UK chart entry, and also their first US Billboard Hot 100 charting single.

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By the way--

In the summer of 1983, Elio and Oliver might  have gone to the movies to see--






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Valley Girl   (1983)
Modern English   I Melt with You

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 01, 2017, 10:11:04 am
This press conference (back in February)
is very worthwhile to watch/listen--
starts at 13:13 (move your cursor)
Luca is brilliant as ever, always more
than interesting. Fascinating that
Timothée had been connected to the
film for more than three years, visiting
with James Ivory in Claverack, NY!
André has interesting things to say
also re love and--well, take a look!


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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
BERLINALE 2017  Press Conference
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet
André Aciman, Amira Casar
and Producer Peter Spears  

Published on Sep 19, 2017

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The (partial) cast and crew of Call Me by Your Name

Front Row: Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) Esther Garrel (Marzia) Timothée Chalamet (Elio) André Aciman (Author--and Mounir)
Amira Casar (Annella) Luca Guadagnino (Director)
Center Back Row: Peter Spears (Isaac--and Producer) and, Far Right Back Row: Armie Hammer (Oliver)

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images





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9 February to 18 February 2017

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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 01, 2017, 02:35:44 pm



Interesting--the last image of Timothée/Elio in Call Me By Your Name
might be inspired be this last scene in Jean Renoir's A Day in the Country ??






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http://www.gramunion.com/tagged/michael%20stuhlbarg
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[youtube=745,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaRajFYJT2E[/youtube]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaRajFYJT2E

Jean Renoir at Work: A Day in the Country -- Partie de campagne  (1936)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partie_de_campagne

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Published on Feb 13, 2015
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 01, 2017, 06:08:52 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__
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https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__/status/914120757533229056
https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__




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https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__/status/914532208253165568
https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__




The stealth and and stubbornness of his caresses sent chills down my spine. A sudden giddiness overtook me. No, I wasn't going to cry, this wasn't a panic attack, it wasn't a "swoon," and I wasn't going to come in my shorts either, though I liked this very, very much, especially when the arch of his foot lay on top of my foot. When I looked at my dessert plate and saw the chocolate cake speckled with raspberry juice, it seemed to me that someone was pouring more and more red sauce than usual, and that the sauce seemed to be coming from the ceiling above my head until it suddenly hit me that it was streaming from my nose. I gasped, and quickly crumpled my napkin and brought it to my nose, holding my head as far back as I could. "Ghiaccio, ice, Mafalda, per favore, presto," I said, softly, to show that I was in perfect control of the situation. "I was up at the hill this morning. Happens all the time," I apologizing to the guests.

There was a scuffle of quick sounds as people rushed in and out of the dining room. I had shut my eyes. Get a grip, I kept saying to myself, get a grip. Don't let your body give the whole thing away.

"Was it my fault?" he asked when he stopped into my bedroom after lunch.

I did not reply. "I'm a mess, aren't I?"

He smiled and said nothing.





Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer





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A few scenes from Call Me By Your Name  taken at a premiere, source unknown.
https://twitter.com/badpostchalamet  @badpostchalamet  timothée updates
https://twitter.com/apeachpricot  @apeachpricot






CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by @mellowbeat__

https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__


Sept 30 and Oct 01, 2017

#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman  #oliver  #ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#art #artwork #artist #illustration


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https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__
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"I was waiting for you," I said.

"I thought you'd gone to sleep.
I even thought you didn't want to."

"No. Waiting. I just turned the lights off."

I looked up to our house. The window shutters were all closed.
I bent down and kissed him on his neck. It was the first time
I had kissed him with feeling, not just desire.
He put his arm around me.
Harmless, if anyone saw.



Call Me By Your Name  by André Aciman
Recited/Narrated by Armie Hammer






CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by @mellowbeat__

https://twitter.com/mellowbeat__


August 27, 2017

#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #Elio #Oliver  #laterpeaches  #🍑
#elio perlman  #oliver  #ulliva
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino  
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#art #artwork #artist #illustration


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 01, 2017, 07:07:50 pm
(https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1255015267/familyDSC_5411_2_400x400.jpg)  Peter Spears
                                       @pjspears

4:41 PM - 28 Sep 2017
16 Retweets 79 Likes


https://twitter.com/pjspears?lang=en&lang=en
https://twitter.com/pjspears/status/911583278163009539

Oh hey, if you're in NYC October 28th, come see us at this Producers Guild event. Lots of great folks scheduled to speak.

Produced By‏
@Produced_By

 https://twitter.com/Produced_By/status/913537560131096576


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https://twitter.com/Produced_By

This film could be a breakout title for
@SonyPictures. Producer @pjspears + actor
@RealChalamet talk @CMBYNFilm --
https://buff.ly/2hsnzQM


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 02, 2017, 06:35:05 am
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http://www.dwarsligger.nl/boek/noem-me-bij-jouw-naam/
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 02, 2017, 06:47:02 am
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https://www.amazon.fr/Plus-tard-jamais-Andre-Aciman/dp/2879295750/ref=sr_1_1
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 02, 2017, 04:46:31 pm


Pokliči me po svojem imenu Call me by your name Pokliči me po svojem imenu
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Pokliči me po svojem imenu Call me by your name Pokliči me po svojem imenu

https://www.mimovrste.com/romani/webhiddenbrand-andre-aciman-poklici-me-po-svojem-imenumehka
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 02, 2017, 06:04:24 pm



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I WANTED SOMETHING ISOLATED FROM ANY CONTACT WITH THE REAL WORLD,
I WANTED TO FOCUS JUST ON TWO INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE VERY ATTRACTED
TO EACH OTHER AND FALL IN LOVE, POSSIBLY FOR LIFE.

— André Aciman on writing Call Me by Your Name


https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/post/165893274754/i-wanted-something-isolated-from-any-contact-with
http://bowie28.tumblr.com/post/165837355526
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(To want to hear André Aciman's quote, scroll to the video immediately below; the clip is from 35:50 - 36:39.)



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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
BERLINALE 2017  Press Conference
Luca Guadagnino
Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet
André Aciman, Amira Casar
and Producer Peter Spears  

Published on Sep 19, 2017

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9 February to 18 February 2017

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/67th_Berlin_International_Film_Festival


Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 02, 2017, 10:07:18 pm


This is a possible fragment
of the song we will hear at
the end of the film--well,
we will know in two days--





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Sufjan Stevens "Visions of Gideon"
From the film CALL ME BY YOUR NAME by Luca Guagagnino



Visions of Gideon

I have loved you for the last time

Is it a video?
Is it a video?

I have touched you for the last time

Is it a video?
Is it a video?

[ For the love, the laughter I feel up to your arms ]

Is it a video?
Is it a video?

[ For the love, the laughter I feel up to your arms ]

Is it a video?
Is it a video?
Is it a video?

I have loved you for the last time

Visions of Gideon
Visions of Gideon

I have kissed you for the last time

Visions of Gideon
Visions of Gideon

[ For the love, the laughter I feel up to your arms ]

Is it a video?
Is it a video?

[ For the love, the laughter I feel up to your arms ]

Is it a video?
Is it a video?

[ For the love, the laughter I feel up to your arms ]

Visions of Gideon
Visions of Gideon
Visions of Gideon




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 03, 2017, 10:13:58 am

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https://www.amazon.de/Ruf-mich-bei-deinem-Namen/dp/3423138947
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http://www.imgrum.org/tag/AndreAciman
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 03, 2017, 11:26:34 pm
Timothée and Armie at NYFF
Tuesday October 3 2017

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http://blog.thefilmstage.com/post/166289685666/armie-hammer-and-timoth%C3%A9e-chalamet-at-the-55th-new
http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/166289930646/thefilmstage-armie-hammer-and-timoth%C3%A9e-chalamet
http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/166027311461/timoth%C3%A9e-and-armie-at-nyff
http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/




...And Luca!

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http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/166027458441/armie-timoth%C3%A9e-and-luca-at-nyff
http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 04, 2017, 12:18:44 am
And--the server's down!!
The internet is broken!!

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:





The Art of Seduction:
Armie Hammer & the Hottest Movie of the Season
"I KNOW THAT I WILL CARRY THE EXPERIENCE OF MAKING THIS MOVIE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.
I DON’T WANT TO SAY MOVIES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD, BUT IF WE CAN CHANGE ONE PERSON’S
PERSPECTIVE, WE CAN CHANGE THAT PERSON’S WORLD."

— Armie Hammer on Call Me by Your Name


https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/post/165985913183/i-know-that-i-will-carry-the-experience-of-making
http://bowie28.tumblr.com/post/165852864145
https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/
http://bowie28.tumblr.com/



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https://www.out.com/out-exclusives/2017/10/02/art-seduction-armie-hammer-hottest-movie-season


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http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/





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https://twitter.com/KitKowalski/status/913555345666125824
https://twitter.com/hashtag/callmebyyourname?lang=en


They have no mercy...

5:05 PM - 28 Sep 2017

#ArmieHammer #CallMeByYourName #cmbyn #outmagazine

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 04, 2017, 02:33:00 pm
https://www.out.com/out-exclusives/2017/10/04/art-seduction-armie-hammer-hottest-movie-season

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The Art of Seduction:
Armie Hammer & the Hottest Movie of the Season
"I KNOW THAT I WILL CARRY THE EXPERIENCE OF MAKING THIS MOVIE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.
I DON’T WANT TO SAY MOVIES CAN CHANGE THE WORLD, BUT IF WE CAN CHANGE ONE PERSON’S
PERSPECTIVE, WE CAN CHANGE THAT PERSON’S WORLD."

— Armie Hammer on Call Me by Your Name




(https://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/2017/10/02/01-armie-hammer.jpg)


Star Armie Hammer,
director Luca Guadagnino & novelist André Aciman on
Call Me by Your Name 's passionate road
to the screen.

BY AARON HICKLIN
WED, 2017-10-04 07:12



Is there a sexier book than Call Me by Your Name, André Aciman’s 2007 paean to eros awoken during a sultry, sensuous Italian summer? “This novel is hot,” wrote Stacey D’Erasmo in the first line of her review for The New York Times, echoing the sentiments of the book’s legions of fans for whom it quickly became a touchstone of adolescent gay longing with a satisfying twist—one often denied in our coming-out narratives: Desire is rewarded; hunger is sated. Boy gets boy. In the novel’s most famous scene, boy also gets peach—a kind of dry run for what the narrator, Elio Perlman, fantasizes about doing with Oliver, a research assistant staying at his family’s summer villa on the Italian Riviera.

That scene, which plays out across several pages with potent intensity, almost didn’t make it into the novel. Aciman thought about cutting it, then left it to his editor to decide. Something similar happened after Luca Guadagnino, best known for exquisite meditations on passions both thwarted and unbridled in movies like I Am Love, signed on to direct the movie. “I was tempted to remove it from the script,” he confesses. “In the book, it is so strong and explicit that I thought it was a metaphor, something that couldn’t exist in real life.” Although he ultimately decided it would be coy to delete the scene, Guadagnino grappled with how to depict it. “I was struggling with the possibility that you can masturbate yourself with such a fruit,” he explains. “So I grabbed a peach and I tried, and I have to say—it works.” It wasn’t only Guadagnino who needed to understand the mechanics of making love to a piece of fruit. “I went to Timothée [Chalamet, who plays Elio], and said, ‘We shoot the scene, because I tried it and it worked.’ And he said, ‘I tried, too, and I already knew it worked.’ ”

Funny as the anecdote is, it also illuminates the way in which Guadagnino engages with his actors. After all, this isn’t American Pie, and the scene with the peach feels as naked and vulnerable as cinema gets, and as drenched in symbolism as a Renaissance painting. “I’ve never been so intimately involved with a director before,” says Armie Hammer, who plays Oliver, the all-American object of Elio’s fantasies. “Luca was able to look at me and completely undress me. He knew every single one of my insecurities, every time I needed to be pushed, and when I needed to be protected.” It was a rare experience for the actor, who had wanted to work with Guadagnino for many years. “I probably fell in love with Luca the same way Elio fell in love with [my character] Oliver,” he says. “I looked at him with amazement.” The feeling was mutual. “I fell in love with Armie when I saw him in The Social Network,” says Guadagnino, who has a buoyant, infectious energy. “And then I had the privilege of meeting him, and I fell in love again. And I’ve never recovered from falling in love with him.”





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Suffice to say, this is not how most directors typically talk, but then, working with Guadagnino is not like working with most directors. “It’s like stepping through the Looking Glass,” says producer Peter Spears, who optioned Aciman’s novel before it was published after seeing an early galley in 2007. “The guys came early and we were all living in this town in northern Italy, and Luca would cook for us each night,” he recalls. “You are not going to a set or a soundstage—you are literally living and breathing this.” Chalamet, taking a break from the set of Woody Allen's as-yet-untitled new movie, recalls weeks on location taking guitar and piano lessons and “soaking in the vibe of the town.”

Such proximity to each other, and to the specific environment of the movie, created a rare bond that carried into the film. Spears describes a sequestered world in which the usual artifice of a film set falls away to the point where the line between the actors and the characters they play becomes blurred and porous. For Hammer the challenge was its own reward. “So much of this movie is about stripping everything away and exposing yourself,” he says. “I grew up in conservative white America, where you just don’t talk about yourself, your desires, wanting to express your sensuality—it’s taboo. To be fully immersed in Luca’s world was just an incredible gift.”

It’s a gift for the audience, too. To borrow from D’Erasmo, this film is hot. Much of it takes place around a pool, and the camera is not bashful, lingering on the tuft of hair below Oliver’s neck or Elio’s lithe, glabrous body with the same tender pleasure with which it captures a sleepy town square in the golden light of a late summer’s day. The sumptuous cinematography by Sayombhu Mukdeeprom conjures heat, sun, skin, scent. As in the book, you hear the hum of the cicadas, smell the pine sap. Who wouldn’t fall in love in such an enchanted place?

“I think location is character,” says Guadagnino. “I really aim for portraying it in the most precise way.” As a result, the movie thrums with the nostalgic tug of time and place in keeping with the novel’s Proustian spirit, and its period, 1983. “Luca is without doubt the most epicurean individual I’ve ever met,” says Hammer. “He flows through the ether as if he wants to consume and make love to everything.” And, like the epicure he is, Guadagnino takes his time, allowing the intimacy to build gradually into a crescendo, swept along by Ravel’s deeply romantic “Une Barque sur L’Ocean,” and a set of lovely new songs by Sufjan Stevens. When, in a provincial town on the eve of a wrenching separation, the two men find themselves in a small bar dancing to the Psychedelic Furs’ “Love My Way,” you can be forgiven for feeling that you, too, had just relived the whole tumultuous experience of first love.

While true to its spirit, the sweetly giddy bar scene is not drawn from the book. Instead it’s a musical madeleine from Guadagnino’s own youth. “I’m not trying to make people weep, but I didn’t dance with an Armie Hammer,” he says. “I danced by myself in my bedroom.” There are movies, after all, and then there is real life. Yet, asked how difficult it was to be a young gay man in 1980s Italy, Guadagnino, who was raised in Ethiopia by his Nigerian mother and Sicilian father before moving to Palermo, is nonchalant, almost contrary. “It wasn’t difficult at all,” he says. “I never had to do any coming out because I was always myself.” The third child of five, he says his family left him largely to his own devices. “I grew up worshipping artists who were fiercely and dangerously themselves—Truman Capote, Rainer Fassbinder—and with them it wasn’t about ‘don’t ask, don’t tell.’ It’s about punching you in the face because I am an individual and a wild card in my own self—I don’t belong to a repertoire of behavior that I need to stick with.” He was reading Thomas Mann’s Buddenbrooks  at the age of 12, and its literary aestheticism continues to influence his work today.





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It may be Guadagnino’s punchiness that saves Call Me by Your Name  from the compromises that a different director might have made. “I could have made this movie with much more money if I put an antagonist in the script,” he says. “Many financiers said to me that it needed someone who would contrast with Elio and Oliver, so that the force of love would triumph.” Luckily for us, he did not not succumb to that cliché. The film’s most quietly radical attitude is to present the family not as a locus for oppression but as the very opposite. In one deeply satisfying scene we get to see that Elio’s father has always known—and approved—of his son’s liaison. “Someone said to me, ‘Wow, Mr. Perlman is such a radical father,’ ” recalls Hammer. “I stopped them and said, ‘If his speech to his son about knowing yourself, and being OK with yourself because it doesn’t matter, is a radical position for a father, then may we all be radicalized.” For Guadagnino, Mr. Perlman epitomizes a maternal compassion, one shared with the novel’s female characters. “I like to think this is a movie about the family as a place of protection and evolution and transformation,” he says. “A place where you relieve your kids—you don’t oppress them by forcing them to stick to your own cultural rules.”

Much as we might wish all fathers to be like Mr. Perlman, the reality is that many are more like James Woods. Shortly after its premiere in Toronto in September, the Trump-supporting actor attacked the movie on Twitter, posting, “As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency,” alongside the hashtag #NAMBLA, the acronym for the North American Man/Boy Love Association, which advocates pedophilia. After Hammer tweeted back, “Didn’t you date a 19-year-old when you were 60.......?”, the actor Amber Tamblyn weighed in with a killer tweet of her own: “James Woods tried to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once,” she wrote. “He wanted to take us to Vegas. ‘I’m 16’ I said. ‘Even better’ he said.” Woods later responded to say that Tamblyn was a liar, and that sex with a 17-year-old was illegal. Quite apart from the fact that the age of sexual consent in Italy is 14 (16 if it’s with someone in a position of authority, like a teacher), the tweet served to illuminate the stubbornly puritanical lens through which many Americans view teenage sexuality as something to be repressed. The movie makes the opposite case. Hammer recalls a signature moment during the peach scene that might well serve as the film’s thesis. “Elio turns to Oliver and says, ‘I’m sick, aren’t I?’, and Oliver says, ‘You’re not sick. I wish everyone was as sick as you.’ ”

When Hammer was offered the role of Oliver, he demurred at first. “It seemed so subtle, so personal, and so real that I didn’t know if I could do that as an actor,” he says. “I didn’t know if I had it in me to give such a tender performance. It scared me.” Guadagnino was prepared for that. “He assuaged all my apprehensions by helping me to realize that fear and desire are part and parcel,” says Hammer, aware that his casting may confound audiences more familiar with his turns in brash blockbusters like The Man From U.N.C.L.E. or The Lone Ranger. Although it’s not the first time he’s played a gay character—he was J. Edgar Hoover’s lover in Clint Eastwood’s 2011 biopic J. Edgar—Oliver is a more emotionally complex character than he’s used to. The change in tempo suits him. Earlier this year Hammer appeared in Stanley Tucci’s Final Portrait, about the life of the artist Alberto Giacometti, and in early 2018 he will be seen in Hotel Mumbai, opposite Dev Patel, which focuses on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. A new movie, Mimi Leder’s On the Basis of Sex, in which he plays the husband of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, starts filming shortly. “I think when I started having success in this business, largely as a result of The Social Network, people thought, Big, tall, handsome guy, let’s get him in front of a franchise, let’s make some big movies!, but it just didn’t pan out as everyone thought it would,” he says. “That ended up being a blessing in disguise, because I got to consciously shift gears after The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and make these little movies that would push me. I hope this movie will lead to more of the same, and I hope people don’t necessarily associate me with the guy who wants to make big movies.”





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Of course, one reason small movies don’t become big movies is that they take artistic risks. Call Me by Your Name  could have been a more chaste film, but also a very different one. “If we were super worried about that stuff, we’d have made a lot of changes in the script years earlier and probably got the money to make a much more inferior film,” notes Spears. Yet making the movie was not easy. After Spears secured the rights in 2007, the project idled in limbo, caught between the need to shoot in Italy during the summer and capricious schedules. Three sets of directors and writers were attached before Guadagnino took it on. “Almost every summer there was an incarnation of the movie that would come together in the winter, be on the runway by spring, and then inevitably something would happen and the whole thing would fall apart for another year,” recalls Spears.

That the movie was made at all may be something of a minor miracle, but that the book exists in the first place is a circumstance of accident, not design. Aciman had been grappling with a different story in 2005, and started writing Call Me by Your Name  as a distraction that unfurled into a 250-page novel in the space of three months. “I wanted to be in a villa in Italy inspired by Monet’s paintings, and I decided to write about a house by the beach,” he recalls. “There’s an alley of pine, and a car comes. That was the beginning, and I wasn’t going to go beyond that, but one thing led to another.”

He elaborates, “A young man steps out of the car, and there’s a 17-year-old kid who is the son of the owner of the house. And that was it, really—I was not going to go any further than that. I was not going to write another book, but I got carried away. Occasionally, I’d think, OK, this is where we stop, it’s going to get too lascivious, but then I would continue.”

Aciman is straight, yet who can accuse this deeply lyrical writer of appropriating gay experience, given how well he writes about it? When, early in the book, Elio imagines Oliver entering his room and lying on top of him, Aciman takes the reader to the heart of gay sexual awakening: “The words that came to me as I pressed my eyes shut were, ‘This is like coming home, like coming home after 10 years away among Trojans and Lestrygonians, like coming home to a place where everyone is like you, where people know, they just know—coming home as when everything falls into place and you suddenly realize that for almost two decades all you’d been doing was fiddling with the wrong combination.”

Who, having been a queer adolescent, cannot relate to that thrill of self-recognition, or the desire to find your place among others like you? It’s a testament to the particular gift of Guadagnino that the soul of the novel has been so ravishingly transmitted to the screen. “The transposition is so direct and so real and persuasive that as the writer I found myself saying, ‘Wow, they’ve done better than the book,’ ”
says Aciman.

It’s no coincidence that the script was written by James Ivory, who made his own contribution to the coming-out genre as the director of the 1987 movie Maurice, based on E.M. Forster’s novel of the same name. Forster only allowed Maurice  to be published after his death, but what’s remarkable about the book is Forster’s insistence on a happy ending: Those outside of the closet fare better than those locked in. When it was published, many critics attacked it as unrealistic, but Forster’s optimism seems prescient now.





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Despite the initial shame that Elio feels after consummating his desire for Oliver, we know that he, too, will flourish by embracing the fullness of his identity.

“This is a boy who feels attractive and does not feel that there is anything wrong with that,” says Aciman. “I didn’t want the parents to be difficult. I didn’t want him to have friends who would make fun of him.”

Like Moonlight, last year’s indie that roared, there is already Oscar buzz building around Call Me by Your Name. Although very different movies, they share a fascination with the enduring resonance of first love. “As Luca says about Moonlight, a piece of art arrives when we’re ready for it,” says Spears. “So maybe in some ways we were waiting for the time to be right for this movie. It’s just a story about two people who fall in love for the first time, without waiting for the other shoe to drop, expecting something horrible to befall them, and a price to pay for loving authentically.”

For Hammer, the movie has already left its mark—on him. “I know that I will carry the experience of making this movie for the rest of my life,” he says. “I don’t want to say movies can change the world, but if we can change one person’s perspective, we can change that person’s world.”




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TBT. BTS Making movies. Italy 2016/1983 Call Me By Your Name



So, after seeing the movie at NYFF last night, I realized that, like Elio, I found that I had been faking being 'adult' for what seemed like years, and that, suddenly, I found myself unable to make my own way home, and, after feeding a gettone into the antiquated telephone, I needed to call Mom and ask her, tearfully, to pick me up from the station near Bergamo.

I also need to see the four hour version of the movie right away, please. Without people who feel it 'necessary' to loudly applaud during the last shot with Timothée staring into the fire just because Luca quietly put the movie title in the lower left of the frame, so no one could hear Sufjan's singing, or figure out his lyrics. Thanks.






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Luca Guadagnino | Call Me by Your Name  Press Conference | NYFF55

Film Society of Lincoln Center
Published on Oct 4, 2017

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Call Me by Your Name, director Luca Guadagnino and screenwriter James Ivory’s tender adaptation of André Aciman's novel is one of the year’s cinematic sensations. In a press conference, the director discussed his favorite movie romances, the Maurice Pialat film that inspired him most, À Nos Amours  (1983) how musician Sufjan Stevens acts as a narrator in Call Me by Your Name, and more.

A story of summer love unlike any other, the sensual new film from the director of I Am Love,  set in 1983, charts the slowly ripening romance between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American teen on the verge of discovering himself, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), the handsome older grad student whom his professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) has invited to their vacation home in Northern Italy. Adapted from the wistful novel by André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name is Guadagnino’s most exquisitely rendered, visually restrained film, capturing with eloquence the confusion and longing of youth, anchored by a remarkable, star-making performance by Chalamet, always a nervy bundle of swagger and insecurity, contrasting with Hammer’s stoicism. A Sony Pictures Classics release. Special thanks to French Cultural Services.




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Call Me by Your Name
Luca Guadagnino Discusses Avoiding Cliches, Costumes & Narration

by Joe Blessing
October 5, 2017 12:22 pm


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NEW YORK -- One of the most anticipated films playing at the New York Film Festival is Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name.” An adaptation of the beloved novel by Andrè Aciman, “Call Me By Your Name” tells a story of sexual awakening and growth starring Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet as two young men who meet on the sun-drenched Italian coast in the summer of 1983. Sensual and sensitive, the film abjures the tragic element found in many gay romances and instead tells a joyous story of fleeting and formative young love. Guadagnino came to Lincoln Center to present his film and fielded questions from the press.


On clichés in the coming-of-age genre

Guadagnino shared that he was initially resistant to directing the film but that one reason he relished the chance was to correct flaws he saw in most coming-of-age films. He complained about the mechanistic way such films present growth as a result of resolving certain preconceived dilemmas, like choosing between two lovers. “The idea that there is a contrast against the lovers is a construct that is so artificial, that there has to be somebody that is going to contrast and that the love will triumph, or in the gay canon, the love will triumph and be bittersweet, or it will not triumph.”

While trying to avoid those clichés, he was inspired by the work of Maurice Pialat, specifically his 1983 film “A Nos Amours.” Guadagnino said, “What is great about Pialat’s cinema, is the capacity that he has always had to avoid the traps of a narrative and to be at the center of his characters and to really let live the flesh and bone and blood and sperm and every other kind of biological fluid to his characters in a way that is really connected with the audience because we are like the people on the screen.”

He continued that a specific goal for him was “that I wanted to show to myself that I could tell the story from the perspective of someone like Pialat instead of the perspective of three acts.”

Later, Guadagnino was asked about love stories on film that inspired him and he mentioned Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” (showing “the morbidity of love”), “L’Atalante” by Jean Vigo, and “Voyage to Italy,” by Roberto Rossellini.


On capturing 1983 through costume design

Guadagnino said, “It was very important for us for the movie not to look period, for the movie not to look like a reflection on the 80s, the way cinema usually does, when it becomes period. It’s very difficult to resist the temptation of thinking of a period from our perspective, our idea of the 80s.” He elaborated on “2001” as an example of projecting current tendencies into the future only for the reality to look totally different and also on the extreme stylization of “Dick Tracy” as valid approaches, but said “what I prefer for myself is to be invisible. Which is probably the greatest of the artifices, to reconstruct something that is not there anymore but to try to be close to what it was.”

Guadagnino and his team achieved this verisimilitude through extensive research, with an assist from the residents of Crema, both his hometown and a shooting location for the film. “One thing we did, Crema is a very small village, so we found the opportunity to enter other people’s houses and they gave us their pictures of their ’80s. So we had a big, big book and we discovered a lot, for instance, not all the ladies had big shoulders, not all the ladies had big hair. This is something that has sort of become canon for ’80s representation, but it’s not exactly how it was. And again, the Maurice Pialat film was a great guide because that is a 1983 film.”



“Call Me By Your Name” was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics; it will be released in the U.S. November 24.


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Why Did You Shoot an Entire Feature Using Only One Lens?


Luca Guadagnino and Walter Fasano
director/co-writer/producer and co-writer/editor of
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
discuss their decision to shoot the film with one lens.




MovieMaker Magazine
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Sundance 2017
Sundance 2017 Review
Armie Hammer Finally Gets The Role He Deserves In The Fantastic
Call Me by Your Name
by MIKE RYAN
https://twitter.com/mikeryan
24 January 2017


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Loving and respectful and tender ... Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name




There’s a scene near the end of Call Me By Your Name, which premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival, where Michael Stuhlbarg’s character delivers some of the most touching and heartfelt advice to his son, Elio (Timothée Chalamet), that I’ve ever seen on a movie screen. It’s the kind of scene that stops a viewer dead in his or her tracks because we know we’re watching something so special. Then we can’t help but think how many lives wouldn’t have been damaged if everyone had a parent this empathetic and wise. (I’ll come back to this.)

Armie Hammer's breakout role came by playing the Winklevoss twins in 2010’s now-classic The Social Network. (And it is crazy that movie is now pushing seven years old.) And he played the roles perfectly as brash, imposing and being able to deliver a cocky one-liner. But then Hollywood couldn’t quite figure out what to do with him.

His follow-up was as Clyde Tolson in Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar, a role and movie that looked much more interesting on paper than the drab result that Eastwood delivered. The Lone Ranger flopped at the box office, but this wasn’t Hammer’s fault – that movie is impossibly weird and strangely violent in comparison to how it was marketed and has already been reassessed as something unique and unusual in today’s blockbuster landscape. But even though Hammer might have those leading man, blockbuster movie looks, that’s not really where his talents lie.

(Strangely, one of my favorite performances from Hammer came when he played himself in the Entourage movie, of all things. This is not an actor who’s afraid to make fun of himself.)

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is underrated (I like this movie quite a bit), but I’m not convinced Hammer sporting a thick Russian accent is the best use of his talents. And in Nocturnal Animals, he’s the dickish, rich cheating husband that I was afraid Hammer was about to be typecast as forever.

Finally, finally, director Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash) realized a way to use Hammer’s talents appropriately in Call Me By Your Name.

Hammer plays Oliver, an academic who is living with the Perlman family in Northern Italy circa 1983. Oliver is tall, handsome, seemingly confident, charming and sometimes a little arrogant. (A running joke in the film is when Oliver leaves a conversation he will just say “later” and takes off.) Elio soon finds himself intrigued by Oliver, and slowly that intrigue turns into something else that Elio is confused by, yet he can’t help himself from taking action.

There’s a beautiful scene when Elio tells Oliver about his feelings, staged around a small circular World War I memorial as the two keep getting further and further away from each other, than meeting on the other side. Oliver has feelings for Elio as well, but cautions that nothing can happen and advises Elio to just forget this was ever brought up and to continue on like nothing has ever happened.

Of course, that doesn’t last long. It starts with some innocent kissing in a field, then soon becomes scheduled rendezvous in remote locations for fear of getting caught by Elio’s parents (which would be devastating for both Elio and Oliver). Both actors are wonderful, but was Hammer does here is majestic. He could easily come off as the older creep, but that doesn’t happen. Hammer’s performance is loving and respectful and tender. He’s not taking advantage of Elio – Oliver genuinely has feelings for him – but is also deeply concerned this might be too much for the young man. The way this is all handled is touching and beautiful.

(I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention another recurring joke: Oliver’s dancing. Oh, he’s a big fan of the Psychedelic Furs“Love My Way” and breaks into maybe the funniest little ‘80s dance I’ve ever seen, mostly due to watching the impossibly tall Hammer in his short ‘80s shorts breaking into the lamest of dances– but yet he sells it with such gumption, if I saw this happening in real life it would be impossible not to just join in with him.)

At the beginning of this piece I mentioned Michael Stuhlbarg’s advice to Elio. I am not a parent, but I feel like I might make a better parent someday after watching this. Maybe it should be required viewing for new parents. Without giving too much away, it’s a master class in empathy in a situation where saying the wrong thing at this moment could damage Elio forever. It’s a statement on what we do to ourselves as we get older to protect ourselves emotionally, but in return slowly losing the passion that made us feel – losing the emotions that made us human and instead of burying those emotions, we should cherish them. It’s something only an older person can say to a younger person, and maybe something only the older person can even understand. Call Me By Your Name is a triumph of humanity.


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Though viewers are sure to read much into the strange chemistry taking shape between Elio and Oliver, Luca Guadagnino concentrates his attention on the surface: a freshly prepared Italian breakfast, tree branches heavy with ripe fruit, the glowing sun on honeyed skin. But even as he indulges our senses with such details, the subtext becomes impossible to ignore.




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Sundance 2017
Call Me by Your Name
Sundance 2017 Review
I Am Love director Luca Guadagnino weaves a beguiling tale of first love
as  Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet share a steamy Italian summer


by  Peter Debruge 
@AskDebruge
Monday 23 January 2017 12:15AM PT


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Though Elio and his family have spent many a summer in Lombardy, something is different about this one —
Michael Stuhlbarg, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in Call Me by Your Name





As numerous are the ways in which Luca Guadagnino’s latest (and most personal) film, “Call Me by Your Name,” advances the canon of gay cinema, none impresses more than the fact that it’s not necessarily a gay movie at all — at least, not in the sense of being limited to LGBT festivals and audiences. Rather, the “I Am Love” director’s ravishingly sensual new film, adapted from André Aciman’s equally vivid coming-out/coming-of-age novel, is above all a story of first love — one that transcends the same-sex dynamic of its central couple, much as “Moonlight” has.

Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics shortly before its Sundance premiere, this Proustian account of an Italo-American 17-year-old’s transformative summer may not be as commercial as “Moonlight,” but it ought to be a word-of-mouth art-house hit all the same — especially when talk turns to what teenage Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet) and American summer guest Oliver (Armie Hammer) do with a ripe peach.

Had the film been made in 1983, when the book is set, or 2007, when it was published, the steamy forbidden-fruit scene would surely have landed an NC-17 rating. Today, neither audiences nor the MPAA seem quite so squeamish about such demonstrations of passion, no matter how nontraditional. If anything, the scandalous moment should only help the film to reach its fullest potential audience — as will its sun-blissed Northern Italy location.

Embracing the spirit, if not the letter of Aciman’s novel, Guadagnino and co-writers Walter Fasano and James Ivory (of the Merchant Ivory dynasty that brought us “Maurice” and “A Room With a View”) have resituated the action ever so slightly to Lombardy. The film takes place at the Perlmans’ vacation home, a spacious old villa not unlike the one seen in the Patricia Highsmith-esque, Guadagnino-produced short “Diarchy.” Every summer, Elio’s professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) hires a promising young doctoral student to assist with his research. This year, the Jewish family’s house guest is a 24-year-old golden boy of the kind that might once have graced the pages of Physique Pictorial  magazine.

Oliver’s arrival stirs something in Elio, though the teen is slow to confront his feelings. On one hand, he’s compelled to spend as much time with the newcomer as possible, serving as his guide on bike rides to town and frequent trips to the local swimming hole. At the same time, he’s protective of his own feelings, unsure how to read Oliver’s casual American attitude (the way his hand caresses Elio’s shoulder, or the aloof “Later” with which he signs off every conversation).

Though viewers are sure to read much into the strange chemistry taking shape between Elio and Oliver, Guadagnino concentrates his attention on the surface: a freshly prepared Italian breakfast, tree branches heavy with ripe fruit, the glowing sun on honeyed skin. But even as he indulges our senses with such details, the subtext becomes impossible to ignore.

Though Elio and his family have spent many a summer in Lombardy, something is different about this one — that much is clear in the way Elio interacts with longtime girlfriend Marzia (Esther Garrel). They’ve known each other since childhood and are so comfortable around one another, it seems a logical next step that they might choose to lose their virginity with one another. But Elio holds back temporarily, bragging to Oliver that he and Marzia could have had sex after a late-night swim, just to see what kind of reaction it gets.

Oliver is interested, but is clearly wary of acting on his desires, since Elio is not only inexperienced, but also his boss’ son. This seductive outsider correctly anticipates that anything physical that might happen between him and Elio will have a lasting impact on the young man’s sexual identity. And yet, the pair brazenly peacock for one another, parading around shirtless and leaving the doors to their shared bathroom ajar — an improvised mating ritual echoed by a low insect buzz that fills the soundtrack.

As played by Hammer, Oliver is the smoldering embodiment of cocky self-confidence, and yet, there’s an endearing vulnerability in the way he needs for Elio to make the first move — setting the tempo for the deliciously tentative courtship dance between them. Meanwhile, relative newcomer Chalamet combines the intellectual precocity and hot-blooded animal energy of a young Louis Garrel, circa “the Dreamers,” distinguishing himself via the character’s mastery of three languages (English, French, and Italian) and two musical instruments (guitar and piano).

As Elio and Oliver’s attraction become more brazen, the question remains how much of their “special friendship” registers with Elio’s parents. The boy’s mother (Amira Casar) certainly picks up on the impact Oliver has had on her son, even going so far as to suggest that the two spend a few days alone together before Oliver ships off to New Jersey. As for Elio’s father, Guadagnino has done justice to one of the book’s key passages, crafting an exquisite scene in which Stuhlbarg’s character bares his soul via a terrific monologue delivered after the boy returns home — putting to rest a question subtly raised earlier in the film, when a homoerotic slide show doubles as a hesitant proposition of sorts.

No matter how intellectually progressive the Perlman family is, no father has ever said something so open-minded and eloquent to his son, and yet, the film offers this conversation as a gift to audiences who might have desperately needed to hear it in their own lives. This splendid conversation makes such an impact, the film could have ended there (the novel follows the characters for years more), though Guadagnino does supply a bittersweet coda that implies how the two leads look back on that summer — further suggesting that the film isn’t a literal rendering of Elio’s experience, but a bittersweet embellishment of his memory. These were the days that shaped him, marked by the intense tastes, textures, and odors that Guadagnino so effectively amplifies for the viewer’s benefit.

Back in Italy, some critics have held Guadagnino’s work in advertising and brand promotions against him, whereas here in the States, audiences hold no such grudges, responding instead to the director’s cinematic virtuosity. Even as he beguiles us with mystery, Guadagnino recreates Elio’s life-changing summer with such intensity that we might as well be experiencing it first-hand. It’s a rare gift that earns him a place in the pantheon alongside such masters of sensuality as Pedro Amodóvar and François Ozon, while putting “Call Me by Your Name” on par with the best of their work.



Sundance Film Review: 'Call Me by Your Name'

Reviewed at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres), Jan. 22, 2017. Running time: 132 MIN.

PRODUCTION: A Sony Pictures Classics release of a RT Features, Frenesy Film Co., La Cinéfacture production. (International sales: Memento Films, Paris.) Producers: Peter Spears, Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges, Rodrigo Teixeira, Marco Morabito. Executive producers: James Ivory, Howard Rosenman, Tom Dolby, Naima Abed, Nicholas Kaiser, Lourenço Sant'Anna, Sophie Mas, Francesco Melzi d'Eril, Derek Simonds, Margarethe Baillou.

CREW: Director: Luca Guadagnino. Screenplay, James Ivory, Guadagnino, Walter Fasano. Camera (color, widescreen): Sayombhu Mukdeeprom. Editor: Walter Fasano. Music: Sufjan Stevens.

WITH: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, Victoire Du Bois, Vanda Capriolo, Antonio Rimoldi, Elena Bucci, Marco Sgrosso.



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James Ivory
on
Call Me by Your Name
and

Why American Male Actors Won’t Do Nude Scenes

(EXCLUSIVE)


by Nick Vivarelli  
@NickVivarelli
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The city of Florence feted director-writer James Ivory this week with its Fiorino d’Oro prize and three days of celebrations for the 30th anniversary of “A Room With a View,” the triple-Oscar-winning film that proved to be a game-changer for Ivory and his longtime producer and partner in life, Ismail Merchant. “A Room With a View” paved the way for their work on Hollywood pics such as “The Remains of the Day,” and was groundbreaking in its depiction of male nudity – a topic about which Ivory, who wrote the screenplay for new gay coming-of-age film “Call Me by Your Name,” directed by Luca Guadagnino, has strong feelings.

Ivory, 89, spoke with Variety from Florence. Here are excerpts from the interview, edited for concision and clarity.


One of the things that’s been pointed out about “Room” is the nudity in the scene when three men strip naked, jump in a lake, and start splashing and wrestling. It’s a type of carefree male nudity which you recently said hadn’t been seen onscreen before, and hasn’t been seen since. How deliberate was that?
My idea of the Sacred Lakes sequence, as it is called, was that it really had to be as Forster described it. We’d never really been bound by the studio requirements on things like nudity, so I said, “Let’s just do it, and what is seen is seen.” It was not even a “yes or no” decision. I had no idea that scene would get so much attention. It gets tremendous amounts of laughter. I had no idea that it was such a comical scene as well.


So it wasn’t a deliberate attempt to do something different.
I just figured, “Let it be.” I’ve always thought that about nudity. There are moments when I think the story demands it, and if you don’t get it you feel sort of short-changed. And I’ve felt that way about some other films as well, particularly “Maurice.” That said, I’m glad we broke some sort of barrier. But it all depends on nationalities. For instance, if you were to make that film today and you had American actors, it would be in their contract that they could not be shown nude. But in those days — in the ’80’s and these were all British actors — they didn’t give a damn!


There are two American actors in “Call Me by Your Name.” Armie Hammer has said he was nervous about all the nudity that was originally in the script.
Certainly in my screenplay there was all sorts of nudity. But according to Luca, both actors had it in their contract that there would be no frontal nudity, and there isn’t, which I think is kind of a pity. Again, it’s just this American attitude. Nobody seems to care that much, or be shocked, about a totally naked woman. It’s the men. This is something that must be so deeply cultural that one should ask: “Why?”


Can you talk about the part you played in the long journey of “Call Me by Your Name”?
Some friends of mine [producers Peter Spears and Howard Rosenman] bought the screen rights to the novel by Andre Aciman, and were trying in various ways to make it into a film. They couldn’t find a director and eventually they picked Luca, who then apparently said: “Let me co-direct it with James Ivory.” So they came and asked me and I said OK, but I also said: “If I’m going to direct it, then I want to write a screenplay.” That took several months, and that’s the screenplay that they then raised money on to finally make the film. Then at a certain point it was decided that they wanted just one director, and it was going to be Luca. I didn’t mind that much. I was still very much involved. We were working together right up to the point of the shoot.


You’ve often said that after “A Room With a View” you could have done anything. You chose to make “Maurice,” a passion project that your regular screenwriter, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, didn’t want to write. What was the urgency of “Maurice” for you? Did it have something to do with a desire to put a gay romance onscreen?
Not in that sense, no. Because of the many years spent in India, I had re-read “A Passage to India,” and that made me curious about all the rest of Forster’s novels. And in time I came to “Maurice” [a posthumously published E.M. Forster novel about same-sex love]. We had just made “A Room With a View” and I thought: “This is the other side of the coin.” As a story it’s again about muddled young people who are ready to live a lie rather than live truthfully, and I thought the two of them really go together.


“Maurice” has been considered too gay for its time, which may explain why even though it won a prize in Venice, reaction to the film was quite muted.
In New York nobody dwelled on that aspect. But in England, where almost every important film critic was gay, they came out against the film. Their reactions to it were extraordinary! You’d think that they would have been supportive, but they were afraid to be supportive.


The  London Times reportedly wondered whether “so defiant a salute to homosexual passion should really be welcomed during a spiraling AIDS crisis.”
That’s the thing. That sums up a hidden attitude on the part of gay writers for those papers.


Do you think the climate has changed enough, perhaps thanks to “Moonlight,” so that “Call Me by Your Name” won’t suffer from the type of muted response that “Maurice” was met with?
I think so. It’s already happening. Every time “Call Me” is shown at a film festival, people are raving about it.



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Luca Guadagnino | Call Me by Your Name  
NYFF Live discussion | NYFF55
with stars
Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer,
and Michael Stuhlbarg

Film Society of Lincoln Center
Published on Oct 7, 2017

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In between a pair of sold-out screenings that earned standing ovations, the team behind Call Me by Your Name—director Luca Guadagnino and stars Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg—joined us for an NYFF Live discussion [and on Facebook]. In a conversation moderated by Nigel M. Smith, they talked about their idyllic summer in Italy, the adaptation process, how the casting came together, their favorite classic films, if we might ever see a sequel, and more. Call Me by Your Name opens on November 24 courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.

A story of summer love unlike any other, the sensual new film from the director of I Am Love,  set in 1983, charts the slowly ripening romance between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American teen on the verge of discovering himself, and Oliver (Armie Hammer), the handsome older grad student whom his professor father (Michael Stuhlbarg) has invited to their vacation home in Northern Italy. Adapted from the wistful novel by André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name is Guadagnino’s most exquisitely rendered, visually restrained film, capturing with eloquence the confusion and longing of youth, anchored by a remarkable, star-making performance by Chalamet, always a nervy bundle of swagger and insecurity, contrasting with Hammer’s stoicism. A Sony Pictures Classics release. Special thanks to French Cultural Services.




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By now, I think I’ve made clear my disdain for the beautifying of gay life for the sake of pandering to those who find it inherently unseemly. The idea that in order to be considered fully human, one must reduce his or her humanity is fundamentally absurd. If a straight person’s motive is to hate the sin but love the sinner, I’m not going to help them carry out their cockamamie logic for the sake of keeping everyone feeling comfortable.

So on that very crucial level, Call Me By Your Name  does not work for me, does not speak to me, does not speak for me. On almost every other level, though, it does.

This is a sumptuous, lovely film, a perfectly rendered memory of a perfect moment in its characters’ lives. It captures something Elio and Oliver would hold onto forever if memories were tangible, and it makes you feel privileged for consuming it in a way that allows you to go back and replay it exactly as it happened. Call Me By Your Name  is a triumph of aesthetics over politics in a time when art is more likely than ever to be judged for what it represents instead of what it actually does.






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Luca Guadagnino's
Call Me by Your Name
and the Art of Compromise

by Rich Juzwiak
Friday Oct 6 2017 2:20pm


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“Grow up. I’ll see you at midnight.” At film society lincoln center NYFF55: Timothee Chalamet in Luca Guadagnino's Call Me by Your Name




NEW YORK -- Just when Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name  is about to give what you want—what it’s spent over an hour building up to—it cruelly denies it. As principal characters Oliver (Armie Hammer) and the decidedly younger Elio (Timothee Chalamet) begin to consummate the sexual tension that’s been building since Oliver entered the frame in the movie’s first few minutes, Guadagnino’s camera turns toe and glides off. It pans away from the bed they’re on to peer out of the nearby window, settling on a tree as Oliver and Elio exchange sighs. No mere cut, the stylistic anomaly that is this tracking shot in a film otherwise devoid of them is a deliberate move that seems to signal modesty if we’re being charitable (and sexual shame on the part of an openly gay filmmaker, if we aren’t).

Guadagnino has gone on to explain just how pointed this decision was. Shortly after his film debuted at Sundance this year to a rapturous response, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter  he was asked about the lack of explicit sex in his movie. The director responded:



I wasn’t interested at all. The tone would’ve been very different from what I was looking for. I wanted the audience to completely rely on the emotional travel of these people and feel first love. I didn’t want the audience to find any difference or discrimination toward these characters. It was important to me to create this powerful universality, because the whole idea of the movie is that the other person makes you beautiful—enlightens you, elevates you. The other is often confronted with rejection, fear or a sense of dread, but the welcoming of the other is a fantastic thing to do, particularly in this historical moment.



The idea that in order to foster “universality” and shield characters in a same-sex affair from malignant discrimination (or merely the benign detection of difference) bespeaks a form of covering—a term coined by writer Kenji Yoshino to describe the suppression of integral parts of one’s personhood (in Yoshino’s context: sexuality and race) in order to be accepted by greater straight society. “To cover is to tone down a disfavored identity to fit into the mainstream,” wrote Yoshino in his 2006 book Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights.

Covering is a highly effective tactic—respectability politics that removed sex from sexuality were crucial in the ultimate victory of marriage equality. But it’s also a massive burden on queer people to manage and compartmentalize their sexuality in a world where heterosexuality and heteronormativity are so unavoidable that they’re as integral to life and easy to take for granted as the air we breathe.

Now, Call Me By Your Name  is an unmistakably gay romance featuring two men who have sex unmistakably. Vintage Will & Grace  it ain’t. We aren’t looking at an entirely neutered portrayal of gay partnership—there is, in fact a scene that occurs the day after Oliver and Elio have sex, in which Oliver drops to his knees, briefly fellates Elio and then retreats (he says it’s to test Elio’s virility but it’s clearly mostly to fuck with him). Neither this nor the slight consummation scene, though, have quite the intensity or grit of an earlier scene portraying hetero sex, in which Elio fucks a girl around his age named Marzia (Esther Garrel), at least partially to take his obsessive mind off of Oliver. We watch him pumping on top of her for a while, his back to the camera, and then apologizing profusely when he comes too soon.

Further, Guadagnino frequently zigs when the source material compels him to zag. A scene in the book in which Oliver and Elio shit in front of each other, reifying their bond, is perhaps unsurprisingly nowhere to be found, and the movie’s already infamous scene, in which Elio masturbates with a peach under his boxers, comes devoid of the book’s payoff: Oliver eating it with Elio’s semen in it. In the film, Elio starts crying before Oliver can take a bite.

By now, I think I’ve made clear my disdain for the beautifying of gay life for the sake of pandering to those who find it inherently unseemly. The idea that in order to be considered fully human, one must reduce his or her humanity is fundamentally absurd. If a straight person’s motive is to hate the sin but love the sinner, I’m not going to help them carry out their cockamamie logic for the sake of keeping everyone feeling comfortable.

So on that very crucial level, Call Me By Your Name  does not work for me, does not speak to me, does not speak for me. On almost every other level, though, it does.

This is a sumptuous, lovely film, a perfectly rendered memory of a perfect moment in its characters’ lives. It captures something Elio and Oliver would hold onto forever if memories were tangible, and it makes you feel privileged for consuming it in a way that allows you to go back and replay it exactly as it happened. Its vivid pastel hues repeatedly evoke watercolor paintings. Its actors’ vitality and chemistry imbue its world of extraordinary luxury with realism. For me, Call Me By Your Name  is a triumph of aesthetics over politics in a time when art is more likely than ever to be judged for what it represents instead of what it actually does. I do not love its methods of selling itself as palatable, but I very much enjoy the overall product.

Besides, Call Me By Your Name  was always going to be marked by compromise. What’s so special about its source material, André Aciman’s 2007 novel of the same name, is, in fact, not its love story, which is rather spare and generic (24-year-old philosophy student Oliver stays for the summer with two scholars in their Northern Italy summer home, has an affair with their 17-year-old son). What’s truly distinctive about the book is the narrator Elio’s anxious, stream-of-conscious narrative that picks through every bit of minutiae in Oliver’s behavior, interrogating his intentions, his feelings, the actual meaning behind his every move. A seven-word note that Oliver writes Elio—“Grow up. I’ll see you at midnight.”—yields two pages of dissection from Elio in Aciman’s novel. In Guadagnino’s movie, Elio merely reads it once in voiceover.

In its method of storytelling, Aciman’s book ultimately speaks to how much of our objects of desire are projections of our own imagination—Oliver remains a sparsely sketched mystery throughout even after his feelings for Elio are mutual, even after Elio has filled over 200 pages with his hypotheses and responses. In that sense, Guadagnino’s aforementioned summation of the movie’s theme—“the other person makes you beautiful—enlightens you, elevates you”—is not a precise replication of Aciman’s but its inverse. It’s a subtle but crucial distinction: Aciman suggests that you make the other person beautiful. Though the book is largely set in the early ’80s (as is the movie, entirely), the idea that what we desire is so informed by our own minds remains extremely relevant in the age of geolocation apps, when so many men meet their partners on the basis of a few textually exchanged words and some still photographs, their minds filling in the blanks and ultimately leading them to share space with the actual human behind the image they’ve created.

Via the movie’s rendering in flesh of what exist as just ideas in the book, we get much more of a sense of the connection between Elio and Oliver. Armey Hammer is beaming with charisma, his character’s every invitation to Elio (to go into town, to go swimming) ratchets up the sexual tension in a far more straightforward, palatable way than the jittery, is-he-or-isn’t-he way it plays out in the book. Timothee Chalamet carries Elio with a deeper self-assuredness than the book allows—the kid is, after all, a genius who plays multiple instruments and speaks multiple languages. His subtle declaration of love for Oliver on a piazetta comes out as matter-of-fact in the movie, whereas in the book it gushes out like champagne that’s been shaken since it was bottled. And though Oliver’s age is never specified, Hammer would never be mistaken for 24 (he’s now 31). The considerably increased age difference from the book’s seven years makes Oliver’s mentorship and his treatment of Elio as an equal more poignant.

It’s easy to get swept up in the film’s many riches—the outdoor scenery is so lush with greenery you can practically smell the grass, and there’s a scene that takes place at a lake that’s one big gorgeous blue-green ombre. Everything—the sky, the water, the mountains—falls on its unique point between those two colors. And then maybe at some point, you’ll realize like I did that this in many ways beyond its portrayal of sex, this is the most mainstream user-friendly version of a gay relationship possible. Two impossibly good-looking, charismatic white guys have an effortlessly loving bond while swaddled in affluence with nothing better to do then feed their brains with books and their souls with each other. They devote their summer to leisure and waste not a second. The closest thing this film has to an antagonist is the limited nature of their time together (Elio’s parents, especially his father, are so compassionate it’s almost surreal). It untangles the struggle and turmoil from the typical depictions of same-sex romance. This is far from everyone’s reality, but then Call Me By Your Name  is a fantasy, as most movies are.

Moments before the film ends, a now-absent Oliver proves his enduring love to Elio by declaring, “I remember everything!” It was Call Me By Your Name ’s execution of rose-colored retrospect that I related to far beyond its depiction of a gay relationship, and it was its invoking of the melancholy of time’s passage that pressed out my sadness. By now, I should be used to the inevitable malaise that sets in at the end of August, and yet it hits me just as hard, year after year.

It is the transmission of halcyon and the ensuing tragedy of its evaporation that Guadagnino nails in his adaptation. In the book, Oliver refers to the place “right on the tiled edge of the pool” at Elio’s house, where he sunbathes everyday, as “heaven.” I don’t remember him calling it that in the movie, but he doesn’t need to because it’s obvious that’s what it is.



Call Me By Your Name is currently playing the New York Film Festival and will open in New York and Los Angeles on November 24.


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Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 08, 2017, 12:24:04 pm
FYI, young director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino (31 years old in November) is the significant other of Luca Guadagnino---
also FYI, the film below stars Louis Garrel, who is the brother of Esther Garrel (Marzia in Call Me by Your Name ).


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DIARCHIA  (2010)

Written and Directed By
Ferdinando Cito Filomarino
(who also directed) ANTONIA  (2015)

Produced By
Luca Guadagnino

with stars
Louis Garrel, Riccardo Scamarcio,
and Alba Rohrwacher

anselrigardi
Published on Oct 22, 2013

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Prix Pianifica at Locarno 2010
Best Director of a Short Film at Nastri d'Argento 2011 (Italian Syndacate of Film Critics)
Nominated as Best Short Film at European Film Awards 2010
Honorable Mention at Sundance Film Festival 2011




Luc (Louis Garrel) and Giano (Riccardo Scamarcio) are traveling through the woods when a storm breaks, forcing them to take shelter in Luc's villa. Gradually and insidiously, a competition emerges between them, with terrible consequences.

Luc e Giano sono in macchina in un bosco quando la pioggia li porta a chiudersi nella villa di uno dei due. Lentamente cresce un'insidiosa competizione fra i due, con gravi conseguenze.





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http://newcelluloid.com/2015/06/26/diarchy-2010/

Also:

http://www.filmitalia.org/p.aspx?t=film&l=en&did=58198
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1695771/







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Ferdinando Cito Filomarino
Writer | Director | Assistant Director

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2982028/

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinando_Cito_Filomarino


Ferdinando Cito Filomarino (b. 1986, 30-31 years old) was born and grew up in Milan. After studying in Boston and London, he studied at the DAMS (Discipline delle Arti, della Musica e dello Spettacolo) in Bologna  and completed a work on a film-historical theme. Filomarino did not attend a film school but learned his craft on the set . He gained his first experience in the film as a director and assistant to the film editor at film projects in London.

Crucial for his career as a director was his encounter with Luca Guadagnino, who hired him for his film I Am Love  as an assistant director. In Guadagnino's films A Bigger Splash, Call Me by Your Name and in the post-production remake Suspiria,  he was Second Unit Director. In 2010, he directed the short film Diarchia,  for which he also wrote the screenplay. In the same year, Diarchia  received the Pianifica Award at the Locarno International Film Festival, and the Short Filmmaking Award at the Sundance Film Festival and Filomarino, the silver band of the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists as the best short film director. He also wrote his own books for his films. In 2013, he directed the documentary L'inganno  on the development of Luchino Visconti's film Gruppo di famiglia in un interno.  It was Visconti's penultimate film, which was paralyzed on production halfway after a stroke and died two years later. Filomarino himself is a descendant of the Visconti and extensively related to Luchino Visconti.

After another short film, he worked with Sayombhu Mukdeeprom as cinematographer his only feature film so far. In Antonia it is about the life of the Milanese lyricist Antonia Pozzi , who took her life in 1938. The film ran in 2015 in the competition of the festival in Karlovy Vary and received a Special Jury Mention.




Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (5 credits)
 2018 Suspiria (second unit director) (post-production)
 2017 Call Me by Your Name (second unit director)
 2015 A Bigger Splash (second unit director)
 2012 The Landlords (second unit director)
 2009 I Am Love (second second assistant director)








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Giuppy D'Aura (L) Luca Guadagnino (C) Ferdinando Cito Filomarino (R) pose for a portrait session
August 5, 2011 64th Festival del Film di Locarno Switzerland




Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 08, 2017, 06:06:43 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART
http://www.pictaram.org/sirayy

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http://timotheschalamet.tumblr.com/post/166065659739/i-just-wanna-say-that-this-is-the-cutest-shit
https://twitter.com/hashtag/callmebyyourname?lang=en
https://www.pictaram.org/post/BZ2k8e5hxU3
http://www.pictaram.org/sirayy


"What happened last night?"

film society lincoln center NYFF55/2017





CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANART by @sirayy
http://www.pictaram.org/sirayy




Oct 5, 2017 18 Notes, 433 Likes

Fan Art / Digital Art / Drawings / @sirayyg
#CMBYN   #CallMeByYourName   #nyff
#elio  #elio perlman  #oliver  #ulliva  #laterpeaches 🍑
#andré aciman  #armie hammer  #timothée chalamet  #luca guadagnino
#book   #novel   #film  #movie  #sonyclassics   #lgbt
#art #artwork #artist #digital art #digitalart
#digitalpainting #fanart #fanartdigital


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Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 08, 2017, 08:24:42 pm

Can you believe??
Timmy is already in London,
signing autographs--and
Luca is in Rio--HOW can
they do it??

 :o :o
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Timmy with a fan in London on Oct 8, 2017 + clip

https://laterpeaches.tumblr.com/post/166187244928/bowie28-armieharnmer-i-cant-even-describe-how
http://bowie28.tumblr.com/post/166183807990









Wow. Quite a schedule the boys have in the next week to week-and-a-half: London (BFI), Rio (FdR) and NYC (NYFF).   :o :o :o



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                                       ( @anythinghammer )

1:34pm 09/26/2017
2 Retweets  22 likes

#NEW ☆ 'Call me by your name' will be at BFI London Film Festival in October - Armie and Timmy are confirmed.

http://www.pictame.com/user/anythinghammer/5801238368
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http://www.pictame.com/media/1612398488016350326_5801238368

Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 08, 2017, 08:59:49 pm

Superfan 'MonetsBerm'
is in Rio, and met with
Luca!


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"Soooo, I met Luca tonight. I gave him my copy of the book to sign and told him I had seen the film early in the morning and he was like: “Did you like it?” And I said of course, it’s amazing! He smiled. Then I said I had been waiting since february to see it. He looked me in the eye, smiled, put his hand on my shoulder and said: “Thank you!” And then I died :) He was sooo lovely and warm, tho I could tell he was exhausted, poor thing. Saw the film again, laughed and cried again (it was even better the second time around), and again Timothée floored me. Sigh… Then at the end Sony gave us this cute t-shirt that I’ll wear for the rest of my life!

I wasn’t able to ask him any questions about the film because he wasn’t at the press screening this morning and there was no Q&A after the premiere tonight. He spoke with some major media vehicles at the hotel and that was it. I met him very, very briefly. I’m sorry! :/

Bottom line: Today was a VERY good day!!"

http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/166129815926/soooo-i-met-luca-tonight-i-gave-him-my-copy-of


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http://edwardnygmaa.tumblr.com/post/165677104704/call-me-by-your-name-will-be-at-the-rio-film
http://edwardnygmaa.tumblr.com/

http://www.festivaldorio.com.br/br/filmes/call-me-by-your-name


Me chame pelo seu nome
Verão de 1983, norte da Itália. Elio Perlman, um jovem ítalo-americano de 17 anos, passa seus dias na vila de sua família, um antigo casarão do século XVII. Seus dias são repletos de composições ao piano e flertes com sua amiga Marzia. Um dia, Oliver, um charmoso homem de 24 anos, chega para ajudar o pai de Elio em sua pesquisa sobre cultura greco-romana. Sob o sol do verão italiano, Elio e Oliver descobrem a beleza do despertar de novos desejos que irão mudar as suas vidas para sempre. Exibido no Sundance Film Festival e na mostra Panorama do Festival de Berlim, 2017.

Call me by your name
Summer of 1983, northern Italy. Elio Perlman, a 17-year-old Italian-American young man, spends his days in the village of his family, an old 17th century manor house. His days are filled with piano compositions and flirtations with his friend Marzia. One day, Oliver, a charming 24-year-old man, comes to help Elio's father in his research on Greco-Roman culture. Under the Italian summer sun, Elio and Oliver discover the beauty of the awakening of new desires that will change their lives forever. Shown at the Sundance Film Festival and Panorama show at the Berlin Film Festival, 2017.
Title: Re: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (Nov 24 2017)
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on October 09, 2017, 04:22:07 pm
CALLMEBYYOURNAMEFANNOTES
http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/


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HEART OF HEARTS
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Superfan 'MonetsBerm' is in Rio--
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http://monetsberm.tumblr.com/post/166204423746/tomorrow-will-be-my-fifth-and-last-screening-of

SUNDAY, 8 OCT 2017
monetsberm:



Tomorrow will be my fifth and last screening of CMBYN and I’ve been having early withdrawal symptoms since the third time I watched it. This film truly is like a drug, the more you see it the more you love it and want to see it again, and again and again.

Some things I kept thinking about on my way to the hotel tonight after round number 4 (spoilers):

- The scene where Elio’s mom reads the “is it better to speak or die” tale, in German, to Elio and Mr. Perlman, simultaneously
translating it to English. Elio is laying on both their laps, and she’s running her fingers through his hair. After Elio says he’d never have the courage to ask such a question, Mr. Perlman tells him: “Hey… Elly Belly. You know you can always talk to us”. SO much love and understanding in that one scene, it melts my heart.

- When Elio breaks down at the end of the