Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name

Timothée Chalamet taking a drag while wearing a Star of David necklace and a Talking Heads t-shirt gives me serious me vibes

I'm so happy we have a director like Luca Guadagnino taking up Juzo Itami's mantle in expressing the sensual pleasure of food and sex with such consonance.

The movie is set during a lazy summer and feels as if it was made during one as well. It carries this air of effortlessness and nonchalance, but the movie isn't entirely static. It's about change, about exploring changes and coming to terms with them. Neither Elio nor Oliver would be able to bear the summer without taking those leaps together. There is comfort in change, even peaceful stasis.

"The meaning of the river flowing is not that all things are changing, so that we cannot encounter them twice, but that some things stay the same only by changing."

Also we finally have a great Hanukkah movie!!!!!

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