Author Topic: Armie Hammer & Timothée Chalamet find love in Call Me By Your Name (2017)  (Read 260453 times)

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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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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"

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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---
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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"

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"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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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
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"Camping Out"

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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--

"Tu doives entendre je t'aime."
(and you know who I am...)


Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"

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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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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.

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






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--














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.











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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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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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"

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




"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."

















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:








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


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"Tu doives entendre je t'aime."
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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"