One star for the queer storyline and another for Kate McKinnon’s Olivia Newton-John impression.
The best artworks--be they musical or cinematic or housed in museum--transport their viewer. Whether standing or sitting amongst fellow patrons, or perhaps lying in in the privacy of one's room or driving in one's car, they wash over like lapping sea waters, somehow magically changing worldviews in the process. With Call Me by Your Name, Luca Guadagnino has done just that.
Taking André Aciman's exquisite prose and projecting it, ravishingly, to screen, Guadagnino has created an entire, tangible universe for…