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‘Call me by your name’

Netflix / Amazon Prime

Guest critic: Fernando GC

Duration: 2 hours 12 minutes

Year: 2017

Director: Luca Guadagnino

In Italy, in the 1980s, Elio and Oliver create a bond of friendship but realize that there is more to it than that. “Call me by your name” is the perfect example of what the first love of life is, with a perfect relationship, a new stage and as if everything were pink. It is the result of the so-called ‘Cinema at your own pace’, and talks about the transition from adolescence to adulthood and above all, the sensitivity and affection that a person takes in just a short time, thinking that everything will be like a story fairy and will have a happy ending.

I liked the photography of beautiful places in Italy and I especially enjoyed the music of Sufjan Stevens. It is here where Timothée Chalamet made the world of cinema notice his work because his performance is remarkable. The controversy that has arisen with this film about the age difference between Elio and Oliver has caught my attention; its detractors say that it is something sick, however, from my point of view, it is one of the themes that the script supports: love has no age or barriers, it has no limits or difficulties and for love it will never be late or early to enjoy it.


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