Call Me By Your Name (2017) Friday, 03 April 2020

Call Me By Your Name (2017)

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    M: Sex scenes, nudity and coarse language.

  • The pitch:

    Truly special.

  • Starring:

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

  • Directed by:

    Luca Guadagnino

  • Running time:

    132 minutes

  • Rated:

    M (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)


    (None): The Battle of the Piave River, World War I mentioned. Blood/gore: Nosebleed, bloody cloth. Grazed side (from unseen bicycle accident).


    Sex scenes (m-f/m-m). Oral sex (m-f/m-m). A man masturbates with a piece of fruit. A man wipes ejaculate from his chest. Erection visible beneath jeans. Kissing, caressing, flirting, undressing, crotch-grabbing, hand-holding. Nude men (genitals obscured), topless female, woman in underwear, people in swimwear, shirtless men, cleavage. Nude male statues.


    Alcohol (spirits, wine, beer, shots, champagne; intoxication). Smoking. Gambling (cards).


    F-words. Name-calling (arrogant, mad, a**hole, a pain, traitor, ridiculous, etc). Religious references and exclamations (oh my God, etc).


    Love, research assistants, family, relationships, 1980s Italy, piano, archeology, art history, music, reading, swimming, cycling, coming-of-age, attraction, sexuality, self-discovery, summer.


    Dying fish. Toilet, urination, vomiting. Waterfall. Brief Italian and French languages (subtitles). Based on the novel by André Aciman.


    Superb, major, touching, masterful, rich, deep, insightful, sensual, moving, unforgettable, steamy, powerful, aching, beautiful, personal, ravishing, transcendent, seductive, immaculate, lingering, sentimental, swooning, voluptuous, triumphant, intoxicating, sexy, disarming, exquisite, human. Palpable chemistry between leads, excellent cast, breathtaking/incredible performances, tasteful sex scenes, lustrous/sun-bathed locations, mesmerising/magnificent final shot, outstanding production design, glorious/perfect score; one of the best exchanges between father and son in the history of cinema.



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