I’ve just watched this for the third time. It’s absolutely become one of my favourite films. Stunning.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"He's totally unable to bring up his love. So one day he asks... Is it better to speak or to die?"
This evening I find myself completely overwhelmed by what's been an incredible afternoon of spellbinding cinema. 5 words. Call Me By Your Name.
Where do I begin without doing the film a total injustice? I find myself infatuated by its stunning visuals, encaptivating soundtrack but most of all the on-screen passion portrayed so very beautifully by Timothée Chalamet and…
A film that forces you into submission. You will feel angry, you will feel bitter, but it’s okay when you realise it’s fiction. Oh wait, it’s not. It’s based on real events and it draws unprecedented parallels with our society in 2017. It’s truly outrageous that so many people to this day overtly believe in white supremacy. More must be done to stop such racist imbeciles. This film is a reminder - why have we learnt so little since 1967?