18 Call Me By Your Name !!INSTALL!!
In the novel, Elio recalls a summer in 1986 when a doctoral student, 24 year-old Jewish American, Oliver, stays as a guest at his parents home to revise a manuscript for a book. Oliver is laid back, friendly, and intelligent.
18 Call Me By Your Name
Parents need to know that Call Me by Your Name vividly captures a tale of first love. Starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, it has strong sexual content. While nudity is brief and fleeting (a woman's breasts, a man's buttocks) and the sex scenes aren't graphically explicit, there are multiple scenes of lovemaking, both between two teens and between a teen boy and a man in his 20s. Oral sex is implied, and there's a scene in which a man ejaculates into a fruit, which is handled after. Teens smoke frequently, and both teens and young adults drink, at least once to excess. The age gap between the two central lovers may raise concerns. Language is infrequent but includes "f--k" and "p---y." The realistic coming-of-age story features characters who demonstrate courage and compassion.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, based on André Aciman's novel of the same name, chronicles a precocious teen's first love -- a romance that takes place during an idyllic Italian summer. Young Elio (Timothée Chalamet), an American multi-instrumentalist, is with his parents, both academics, on vacation at their summer home. After his professor father's (Michael Stuhlbarg) latest grad student resident, Oliver (Armie Hammer), arrives, Elio soon finds himself struggling with strong, unexpected feelings.
As Elio, Chalamet exudes star quality. The role is demanding: Elio is a gifted multi-instrumentalist who's highly articulate and possesses a kind of unsure charm. That's a lot, and Chalamet delivers it all while losing himself in an unexpected emotional rollercoaster. Hammer, meanwhile, is cast as an all-American golden boy who's all confidence and ease. His Oliver is good at everything, but when he finally tips his hand romantically, he has endearing moments of vulnerability. And everyone should be so lucky to have parents as interesting and understanding as those played by Almira Casar and Stuhlbarg. The dialogue, while highly intelligent, stays emotionally understated until the relationship blossoms, containing itself in all-subtext scenes like a wonderfully choreographed confession staged around a statue in a public square. There does seem to be a moral to this story, expressed in a simple, lovely scene in which Elio's father comforts his son. In celebrating the irreplaceable glory of love in the face of the agony of loss, his father says, "To make yourself feel nothing so as not to feel anything ... what a waste."
Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer basically took a yearlong trip around the world together to promote Call Me By Your Name, and it seems that the proposed sequel to the film may find their characters doing something similar.
The BAFTAs were handed out on Sunday night, with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri winning the most awards at five. This is not too surprising, as it was technically a British film, despite its setting, and that gave it a leg up on the competition. More...2017 Awards Season: WGA WinnersFebruary 11th, 2018