Call Me By Your Name - Movie Review


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  • Flynn Tavish Wilbur

    I actually really liked the lack of conflict in Call Me by Your Name. I feel like the vast majority of movies about LGBTQ people are about suffering, and that can be hard to watch after a while. I remember when I watched this movie, there was this lingering, anxious expectation that something bad was going to happen, and then it just didn't. It was really refreshing to just watch a story about to men that was...*just* a love story and nothing else, if that makes sense

    FORREST GUMP 15 hours ago

    This movie is disgusting!

  • Tandy Bennett
    Tandy Bennett 6 days ago

    thought it was shit

  • Imke Salz
    Imke Salz 8 days ago

    Love the metaphor about the flies and your verbal essay about it

  • Josue2018
    Josue2018 12 days ago

    Everything came together flawlessly. The novel adapted to a brilliant screenplay, which deserved its oscar. The vision and leadership of the director. The non-traditional storyline. The sensual cinematography and amazing editing. The lack of a score, and just using music/songs. And last but not least, the actors (their chemistry, their performance brought everything to life). Just an amazing combination. I give it an A (no minus, but no A+ either). The only stretch for me was believing Oliver was 24. Armie def looks and acts like a 30 year old. But that's a minor critique. 👏🏽 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  • Rosie W
    Rosie W 18 days ago

    I cringed so many times during this slow- moving movie.

  • António Costa Amaral

    the story may be lazy, the direction needs not to be

  • Josh Weaver
    Josh Weaver 28 days ago

    More obstacles? Give me a break. That would have been antithetical to the entire movie.


    I knew you were a sissy boy libtard♿

  • Carly A
    Carly A Month ago

    it's so weird because this movie is like so real life. Like they don't even act like there's a script. They make you feel like you're actually with them. It's not even about them being gay. It never morphed into that typical gay movie where the parents are shocked and mad but then they accept them and the kid is worried about coming out. It's never that. It's almost like, it could've been two straight people and it wouldn't have made a difference. Its not ever about them being gay. It's about the love.

  • Jamey Collins
    Jamey Collins Month ago

    Just watched it. I give it a solid A+. In most of Europe, the age of consent is 15, so I don't have a problem with a 30 year old or twenty something with a 16 year old and neither does anyone else.

  • Reggie Lynch
    Reggie Lynch Month ago

    White people don’t have obstacles
    Black people do
    Both movies are accurate to how hard it would most likely be for that race

  • Yonttely Dominguez
    Yonttely Dominguez Month ago

    I love how he says "characters discovering stuff about themselves" and doesn't labels them as "gay" or this or that. Amazing not having to put a label on people

  • M. Benstein
    M. Benstein Month ago +1

    Movie is actually very average. Dialogues are very poor. Interesting aesthetics though

  • Ahmed Hossain
    Ahmed Hossain Month ago

    This is my love story

  • anoyuksha singh
    anoyuksha singh Month ago

    I was liking this review till the point he said he needed more obstacles! Not at all agreeable! This is a beautiful movie, a beautiful adaptation of the essence of an amazingly beautiful book, and it just didn't need any sort of antagonist at all. Anything else apart from time, would be such a distraction from the heartbreak that this movie makes its viewers feel. In real life, there are not always too harsh obstacles, except time! So this movie captures that and it's amazing

  • Amz Nay
    Amz Nay Month ago +1

    The story has been done to death. It's very cliché gay love story. I think the cinematography is good, acting is average, there's scenes which I think lack connection to the audience. I would give it a B+

  • Liam Doc Reviews
    Liam Doc Reviews 2 months ago

    It's not a gay film, they're not gay. I'd argue they're not bisexual either.
    They don't fall in love with men, they fall in love with each other.

  • Artsy Fartsy
    Artsy Fartsy 2 months ago

    Flies probably symbolized memories. It's there throughout their relationship and at the end it flies on Elio's shoulder, this one thing from the past. I feel like it's a symbol for Elio's memories over his shoulder that he thinks of in the end.

  • w_R Andrs
    w_R Andrs 2 months ago

    This novel took me down memory lane and I felt every inch of it

  • amit nagpal
    amit nagpal 2 months ago

    Was anyone left just devastated by this movie? Just questioning things in your own life. Just ripped my freakin heart out.

  • Christian_Patriot
    Christian_Patriot 2 months ago

    its a gay pedo movie, sorry but its a revolting premise!
    surprised this is even being reviewed.

  • Felipedl11
    Felipedl11 3 months ago

    time is the obstacle.

  • FelixMerivel
    FelixMerivel 3 months ago

    I have absolutely no problem with slow, meandering, atmospheric movies, I love them, but this one did nothing for me. None of the characters was likable in the slightest, so I couldn't sympathise with them, I felt no chemistry between them. Both of them were pretentious jerks. What was fairly obvious was Elio's frustration, but blue balls does not equal love. And what completely blew my mind was how chill the dad was with a stranger coming into his home, living there, sharing his bread, and fucking his child under his roof. I don't care if the age of consent is 15 or 55, it's just. Ugh.

  • dietsnails
    dietsnails 3 months ago

    Nah dude. Italy just has a shit ton of flies.

  • Nikolas Serratorubio
    Nikolas Serratorubio 3 months ago

    A solid review, definitely interested in checking out the movie some time. It reminds me of a 2016 animated film called Doukyuusei (classmates) with follows the story of two high schoolers, i don't remember their being a major focus on drama and the movie took time to show the characters relationship grow

  • Cornelius Sublette
    Cornelius Sublette 3 months ago

    There’s also a lot of symbolism with water!

  • Muhamad Dakota
    Muhamad Dakota 3 months ago +1

    its not boring its beautiful, but its gross like shit. i tried tho.

  • hirman 11
    hirman 11 3 months ago

    This gay movie is so trashy compared to Borkeback moutain

  • Korreena Baptiste
    Korreena Baptiste 3 months ago


  • CarmenPHE
    CarmenPHE 4 months ago +1

    I am now reading the book and yeah, in the book too, you, as a reader, don't get to know much about the characters, you don't get to know things about their past or what they do when they are not in Italy, what they do when their lives go back to "normal". And I guess the author wanted to do that, maybe it's somehow related to that San Clemente Syndrome. The characters are in that small world of their and you don't get to know how they are when they aren't there, especially when it comes to Oliver. Even Elio says that Oliver won't talk about his past.

  • Leslie Rosado
    Leslie Rosado 4 months ago

    That movie is A +

  • Thoschei
    Thoschei 4 months ago

    This is one of my favourite movies I've seen. And look, I don't like romance movies, so this was a first one for me. ^^'

  • Clay Crei
    Clay Crei 4 months ago +1

    The lack of obstacles or antagonist/villain makes this movie even more beautiful. It's like a breath of fresh air. This movie makes us witness what true love really means. Love knows no gender. Love is unconditional. Love wins.

  • Fer.Chairez
    Fer.Chairez 4 months ago

    wow thank you for the recommandation i love gay movies like this...

  • robert elder
    robert elder 4 months ago

    The movie was perfection to me as a gay man! First love omg so many tears. The music just perfection! I must say I have so much faith that Luca Guadagnino vision for his upcoming release, November 2nd, Suspiria will be nothing less then a masterpiece. Luca will bring all new meaning to the term remake! Call Me By Your Name should have won all the awards at the Oscars! Gems like this are very rare now days. Love your review!! And I subscribed to your channel!

  • shaun
    shaun 4 months ago

    CMBYN has this perception in which you feel as though you’re absorbed and immersed in the film. Hammer and Chalamet’s portrayal of the characters was extremely captivating that it felt authentic and not just simple acting. Additionally, I happen to believe that there were faint obstacles involved in this film- which was Elio’s reluctance of admitting to his feelings towards Oliver prior to confessing them later on. Overall, this movie was prominent in such a way that as a result, the audience will feel attached to not only the timeline and the setting, but also the characters.

    Both actors deserve an oscar.

  • Animaniac
    Animaniac 4 months ago

    Just searched review for this movie and was so fucking excited to see you did one!!

  • Gisselle Ellington
    Gisselle Ellington 4 months ago

    I disagree with the "more obstacles" thing because that would just make it any average movie or book. I haven't seen the movie yet, but I have heard the reviews and almost everybody explains how they felt like they were there in the movie, and if they added more information about the characters and more obstacles that'd just be ripping that away and taking away the uniqueness of the film.

  • Lawrence Gonzales
    Lawrence Gonzales 5 months ago

    But the heartache in the end is thousand folds heavier than obstacles!

  • B Scott
    B Scott 5 months ago

    Good movie overall, but the ending left me feeling sort of empty. I would’ve preferred if the last scene was the train scene, and Elio said something like “don’t forget me” then Oliver said “like I could”

  • tyler jackson
    tyler jackson 5 months ago

    A truly incredible film, the reason what makes this film very different to others and so special, is that it has nothing to do with being gay. This movie gets the point across that sexuality and gender doesn’t matter in the slightest, it’s just about love, two men, two people who fell in love.

  • Movie Reviews
    Movie Reviews 5 months ago

    Such a beautiful movie...

  • Yana Petruk
    Yana Petruk 5 months ago +4

    People talking about pedophilia. google the word pedophilia. Literary that’s what’s said there - Pedophilia, or paedophilia, is a psychiatric disorder in which an adult or older adolescent experiences a primary or exclusive sexual attraction to prepubescent children. Wikipedia
    Then google a prepubescent child. prepubescent (and sometimes child) is a term for boys and girls who have not developed secondary sex characteristics, while preadolescent is generally defined as those ranging from age 10 to 13 years. Preadolescence may also be defined as the period from 9 to 14 years.
    Elio is 17 !!!!!!!!!, and fucked girls so he’s sexually active. The age of consent in Italy is 14. Oliver is 24. The actors are 22 and 31. What is your problem with that??? Nobody forces anyone in the movie. The problem is just in your heads. You don’t see any problems with the characters from Dirty Dancing, and still the character of Baby is 16, but the guy who is with her is 24.

  • Hammad B.
    Hammad B. 5 months ago

    Dude do a review of Brokeback Mountain... it a a beautiful movie

  • James McGee
    James McGee 5 months ago

    Marius and Armand(vampire chronicles)

  • Meggy15
    Meggy15 6 months ago +2

    There aren't supposed to be hardships beyong time and historical context. It's just a story about two people who fall in love over the summer and grew because of it.
    By the way, that simplicity is what took the script so long to be produced. People wanted a ''bay guy'' and ''obstacles''. I think some producers wanted the mom to be against it (which would have been cheap as fuck), or something, but thankfully they remained loyal to the story they wanted to tell. And honestly, it is that simplicity that remainded me that I need to make a pause on Hollywood movies for a while and watch other stuff.

  • FrizFroz
    FrizFroz 6 months ago

    Elio's dad's speech at the end of the movie bumped it up an entire grade for me. Perhaps the most heartfelt, poignant and important monologue in film in 2017.

  • suzycreamcheesez
    suzycreamcheesez 6 months ago

    TC should've won the Golden Globe and the Oscar

  • Book and Movie Impressions

    Chiagneva Sempe ca durmeva sola,
    Mo dorme co´ li muorte accompagnata
    She always wept because she slept alone
    Now she sleeps among the dead.
    I can, from the distance of years now , still think I´m hearing the voices of two young men singing these words in Neapolitan toward daybreak, neither realizing, as they held each other and kiss each other again and again on the dark lanes of old Rome, that this was the last night they would ever make love again,
    “tomorrow lets go to San Clemente” I said
    “tomorrow is Today “ he replied
    ………………… from the most heart breaking lines from the Book call me by your Name by Andre Aciman
    one should watch the film first before buying the book because part 2 was in the book. chapter 4 ghost spots

    • Grebanche
      Grebanche 6 months ago

      Yes, I agree Movie First before book.

  • DeathCreationist
    DeathCreationist 6 months ago

    A brilliant movie. The ending scene is just brilliantly shot.

    URCHIN SAM 7 months ago

    Very disappointing review. This movie really sucks for me as a gay guy

      URCHIN SAM 6 months ago

      Only if Chris asked me himself

    • AkizaVesper
      AkizaVesper 6 months ago

      Would you care to elaborate?

  • Ethan J. Cagney
    Ethan J. Cagney 7 months ago +2

    Anybody care for a peach?

  • rcloud
    rcloud 7 months ago +2

    Sounds like you want to change this beautiful, unique movie to a boring, predicable ones we have seen thousand times! - faster, more obstacles and know everything about Oliver.??.. a typical Hollywood film with no feelings!

  • Laura Rodriguez
    Laura Rodriguez 7 months ago +2

    I feel that many people are uncomfartable with the slow pace of some movies because we are used to a particular structure, a fast pace and stereotipical characters

  • Jose Gomez
    Jose Gomez 7 months ago

    It felt real that's why I didn't think it was boring

  • James Foster
    James Foster 7 months ago

    Great movie and the father talking to his son without forcing him to reveal anything was very powerful.

  • tuhin shaikh
    tuhin shaikh 7 months ago

    A would be better

  • Andy Fischer - NOAA Federal

    Nice review.
    The lack of a so-called obstacle is one of many reasons I loved the movie. No homophobia, and no sexual self-doubt to speak of aside from that a typical adolescent like Elio might experience; we have enough gay films with those obstacles as is... and it was refreshing to see one, esp set nearly 35 years ago, without any of that as per Moonlight, Brokeback mountain, Soldiers girl, etc etc.
    The only obstacle was time. It was a love story, particularly one told involving the viewpoint of someone falling in love for the first time ever--part of what makes it so universal. (And as a bonus, the openness of Elio's parents, and accordingly the wisdom/sweetness Mr. Pearlman's closing monologue, was an absolute treat; I'm sure plenty of LGBT viewers wished they had grown up with such "liberal" parents). It was perfect.

  • 5850terry
    5850terry 7 months ago

    They said the flies had no meaning just that the flies had been thick all the time they were there.

  • I'm Oh' Sam
    I'm Oh' Sam 7 months ago

    That's why indie film like this looks so much realistic. So excited for the sequels though. 2020! :'(

  • I'm Oh' Sam
    I'm Oh' Sam 7 months ago

    Is it me or this guy in the video looks a bit of Chris Pratt?

  • Michael Cain
    Michael Cain 7 months ago +1

    Call Me By Your Name is a romantic dream-over in a summer. Moonlight is a real, horrifying telling of like twenty years of a man’s life. Loved them both, do not think Call Me needs conflict. And don’t forget the gorgeous music! 🎶

    • Grebanche
      Grebanche 6 months ago +1

      Michael Cain Futile Devices

  • Aaron Osborne
    Aaron Osborne 7 months ago

    After watching this film, my support for LGBT has went above and beyond.

  • John Hubschmitt
    John Hubschmitt 8 months ago

    there is a lot of airiculture there ..lUCA FINALLY SAID AT ONE OF HIS INTERVEIWS THAT THERE A lOT OF FIELDS COVERED WITH Manure ergo winter they try to get into warmer houses androom

  • SoldierofPeace
    SoldierofPeace 8 months ago

    Excellent review!!

  • Joohee Lee
    Joohee Lee 8 months ago

    Great review. But i thought you talk about fly means. i know the director refused talk about the fly. But the fly shows up in many scenes.
    I think what the fly means is that Elio thinks of Oliver. For people the fly is a nuisance and unwanted thing. I dont know he ignore or didnt recognized about fly. But when the fly show up, elio is alone and think about oliver. Like when you love someone, you’ll only think about someone. I think the fly is object to show elio’s thinking. That thinking is oliver.

  • Viola Ren
    Viola Ren 8 months ago

    I love that there weren't many obstacles, it made the movie so light and nice to watch. Finally, a movie that isn't too dramatic. I feel like with the lgbt thing as well it's important to show that being gay doesn't need to be hard. Every movie that has a lgbtq+ person is always dramatic and stuff, which does portray reality for many, if not most queer people, but it's good to show that it can and should be very normal too. I feel like the movie would have been almost exactly the same with any relationship, because although the characters are confronting their sexuality, they are mostly just trying to tell each other how they feel, as in any relationship. This might be my favourite movie yet, I love it and I'll probably re-watch it whenever I have the chance.

  • emaxjane
    emaxjane 8 months ago

    Plz the death cure

  • Yvonne Kramer
    Yvonne Kramer 8 months ago +1

    This movie is disgusting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I don't celebrate padophilia like all of you here do (maybe, I just read the comments)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    The 17-year old boy (maybe just turned 17 a day before; we don't know) and this 35 year-old man????
    No way I can accept this movie for one second...
    All this love and power games Oliver is playing with the feelings of that boy...
    Like 'see you later' and than he stays away the hole day (and night) without sayind a word..
    The clothes of the boy are always too big, so that we can see HE IS REALLY YOUNG..
    I can talk for hours over this topic, but I don't have all the english words to explain it!!!
    Mark: F-
    THIS FILM HAS TO BE BANNED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • rain73ful
    rain73ful 8 months ago

    It was a wonderful movie. I'm glad I got to see it!

  • Samantha Hart
    Samantha Hart 8 months ago

    I love this film so much

  • Luis Pérez
    Luis Pérez 8 months ago

    What does the fly mean?

  • NPC#4332123
    NPC#4332123 8 months ago

    25 year old fucks a 17 year old. - The movie

  • C G
    C G 8 months ago

    hype hype hype....worlds most boring movie.

  • Valen Tini
    Valen Tini 8 months ago

    Yes, it's a bit a slow and there's not much dialogue which is not very common. I feel like that's what makes you feel like you're in the story and, to me, it made me feel like I was in Elio's head.

  • Dayemon Blackfyre
    Dayemon Blackfyre 8 months ago

    In this movie, like in life, the only real villain is time.

  • DebrisGrant
    DebrisGrant 8 months ago

    no, Chris, it's not the film's problem, it's yours.

  • DebrisGrant
    DebrisGrant 8 months ago

    stop. didn't you just said it was boring? omg that was the most beautiful movie probably of the year! I think Chris is just not as into deep stuff as he wants to seem

  • Dylan Defrain
    Dylan Defrain 8 months ago

    Finally saw it, I love it, This movie made me extremely happy for some’s not even that uplifting of a movie but it just put me in a great mood

  • Antonio Yazzie
    Antonio Yazzie 8 months ago

    an A *MINUS*???

  • Nikolas Harris
    Nikolas Harris 8 months ago

    please change that damned intro

  • Max Samulka
    Max Samulka 8 months ago

    Call me by OUR name because we’re in communist Russia

  • Nana Sakvarelidze
    Nana Sakvarelidze 8 months ago +1

    This movie is not about obstacles. It does not need drama. And this movie is A+

  • Christopher Kendel
    Christopher Kendel 8 months ago

    I just thought the presence of the flies was due to Elio being a sweaty, horny teenager during a damp summer in northern Italy. Makes sense to me.
    I went to see this movie today and I’ve gotta say; This movie is an sensual treat. It’s as erotic as it is moving. There is nothing wrong with calling it a gay-themed movie because it is. The characters’ sexuality might be fluid and ambiguous but the movie definitely speaks in defense of having homoerotic urges and that indulging in them is a blessing.

  • Ocean Water
    Ocean Water 8 months ago

    Wait...a movie about statutory rape that was lauded by Hollywood during the Kevin Spacey scandal? Ironic.

  • Muhammad Pope
    Muhammad Pope 8 months ago

    This movie was just uninteresting to me. Ignoring the politics of it. This was just some average fucking romance movie. La la land or broke back mountain are great because it’s about more than just the romance. This movie has nothing outside of the romance, and it just didn’t work for me. It seemed that the extent of the relation ship, was elio trying to fuck and Oliver teasing him, they really didn’t have any chemistry and I found so many of the scenes just repetitive.
    John wick would be a real boring movie if you weren’t into the action, and that’s how this movie is to me.
    And that’s ignoring that the total premise and direction in this movie is super fucking creepy.

  • Allyson Racadio
    Allyson Racadio 8 months ago

    Chris, the book gives so much more depth to the characters, especially Elio. It's well worth reading.

  • Juan Jose Pineda
    Juan Jose Pineda 8 months ago

    Why did everyone see flies and I didn't maybe it was my resulution on a 32 inches tv. I do have HDMI cord. But the movie was do good.

  • OutAtSea
    OutAtSea 8 months ago +1

    Fucking pedophiles. This is why Hollywood is dying.

    • MelficeN7
      MelficeN7 8 months ago

      jusops4dacops wazy
      What a stupid way to look at things, I bet you think if an underage person takes nude pictures of themselves they are committing a crime. And I'm not trying to defend anybody you dumb fuck I'm just saying that it shouldn't as simple as you put it. A 19 year shouldn't have his/her life ruined just because of having sex with a 17 year old. But anyway go fuck yourself.

    • OutAtSea
      OutAtSea 8 months ago +1

      MelficeN7 Here I'll make it simple for you, wait until they're 18. Little boys are turning 18 every day, go prey on them.

    • OutAtSea
      OutAtSea 8 months ago +1

      MelficeN7 Pederasty is pederasty no matter which way you cut it. One day, one year... Doesn't matter. A 18 yo is old enough to make their own decisions, but at 17 your still a minor. Can't give you pedophiles an inch, because of course you sick fucks will take a mile.

    • MelficeN7
      MelficeN7 8 months ago

      jusops4dacops wazy
      What a stupid thing to say, shit it's not that simple and you know it. It's not like you turn 18 and suddenly you become an adult, one fucking day it's all what it takes for you to be ok with this...

    • OutAtSea
      OutAtSea 8 months ago

      MelficeN7and, yes I would be fine with it.

  • Amir H. Sade
    Amir H. Sade 8 months ago

    Indeed, it is unbelievable in every sense that this film got all the attention it did! This movie has absolutely nothing to offer... The story is flat and the love between the two unmatched characters is very unappealing, even the sex scenes seem unsexy and tasteless. This film is shallow, empty of substance, miscast with mismatched and ONE dimensional characters. It is poorly directed with one detached, meaningless scene after another with pretentious but terrible dialogue, even with an Oscar to its credit, yet it lacks any dramatic elements of a "best picture nominee"... We have seen too many: bad "coming of age" and bad "gay teen love stories" that portray practically one thing and one thing only. There is tremendous depth going through first love, insecurities, sexual discovery and fears at the time of adolescence, immaturity and sensitivity... But capturing an easy "good life" in "gorgeous Italy" in a "good era" of the 80s does NOT make this a five star movie, not even two as the movie fails to deliver ANYTHING "Sublime" about its subject matter. Nothing profound is here given the under developed characters who suffer no obstacles nor challenge any personal, social, or even spiritual struggles... Most of the reviews here on Amazon must be by those of the same generation, identifying with the characters, and that's perhaps "this generation" has NOT seen anything better than all the action hero movies filled with expensive CGI and artificial explosive sets. Thus, watching a "natural" movie with two free spirited guys without any worries in the world they inhabit, bicycling in a meadow, having a summer of fun must be a WOW...! It is rather sad that most movie goers in the US do not get exposed to great art movies from around the world. so, when Call Me By Your Name comes around it get huge media attention it certainly does not deserve.
    The screenwriter, James Ivory of formally Merchant Ivory, has done phenomenal, remarkable work in the past, (Remains Of The Day, Howards End, A Room with a View, and Maurice, to name a few) and never won any Oscar. But finally to win for such a poor-in-substance, insignificant, small work, makes one suspect he was given the honor only to acknowledge all his previous wonderful films- and NOT for Call Me By Your Name, and this is very typical of The Academy to do so... Call Me By Your Name is among many bad gay films which depict only certain age and type of character, and it belongs to the same list as those C-Rated films which directly goes to DVD release without the general release. Don't kill two hours of precious life on something totally forgettable...

    PEPSEP 8 months ago

    Does it not bother anyone that this is about a predator pedophile? the kid is 17 he is 24. Why is this ok.

    • Thomas Hall
      Thomas Hall 8 months ago +2

      the movie and book are both set in italy. the age of consent in italy is 14. ergo, not pedophilia.

  • jakey abrams.
    jakey abrams. 8 months ago

    Not much in the way of character development? Are you kidding me?

  • suisiruy
    suisiruy 8 months ago

    why is impossible to find a negative review about this childish movie?

  • xX VintageSoul
    xX VintageSoul 8 months ago

    Watched this today. It was so good. I love it so much. The ending made me want to cry.
    So good. 💕

  • Aryann Gourcuff
    Aryann Gourcuff 8 months ago

    Fair. 👍🏼

  • pour thesoup
    pour thesoup 8 months ago

    Im going to say "Call me by your name, and i'll call you by mine" the first time I do it

  • Matt P.
    Matt P. 8 months ago

    I feel like if you or anyone for that matter read the book, a lot of your unanswered questions would be resolved

  • SplodgenessAbounds
    SplodgenessAbounds 8 months ago

    The obstacles were all theirs - and these can be the most difficult to reconcile obstacles

  • Scott saunders
    Scott saunders 8 months ago +1

    The lack of obstacles is what makes this a gem of a gay themed film.