Very good performances throughout (I live for Dustin Hoffman's deliveries), but in general a very in-your-nose dramedy that can't quite shake-off its vapid upper-middle-class young adult-ish view of family life.
There are films that, even before you watch them, you know you’re going to fall in love with them. Then, there are also films that when you watch them, you know they’re going to stay with you forever. “Call Me By Your Name”, the latest masterpiece by Luca Guadagnino, falls into these two categories.
The screenplay, based on André Aciman’s novel, was written by Guadagnino himself, Walter Fasano (taking the job of editor as well) and the great James…