‘Call Me by Your Name’: Please love and call each other when possible
Category: Psychology, romance
Directed by: Luca Guadagnino
Main cast: Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Suhlbarg
Zing.vn Rating: 9/10
The family of jewish professor Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg) owns a beautiful villa in the countryside of Italy. It is where he studied the relics and ruins of ancient Greek-Roman civilization, as well as enjoying a comfortable life beside his wife Annella (Amira Casar) and his 17-year-old son Elio ( Timothée Chalamet).
Elio – the grandparent of Perlman – is a grown-up kid not only because of his musical talent, his passion for reading, but also because of its fragile, introverted and evocative nature. to statues at the hands of ancient Greeks.
Elio’s new age will probably continue as calm and peaceful as the ancient Italian town without the presence of Oliver (Armie Hammer) – handsome American student, handsome , and bring in the blood of Israel.
Perlman was invited to the mansion to aid research, and Oliver quickly impressed and sympathized with the professors and professors, from Elio’s eldest girlfriends, and finally from Elio, by nature, is full of “American”.
Elio and Oliver seem to be two different puzzle pieces with a completely different shape: one is in anxious futility, one is headache with a series of career questions, marriage; an inner, closed, romantic with the notes, rhymes, a mature, advertising, active in getting acquainted, attracting sympathy of people; one of the masculine soft femininity of the Mediterranean men, a masculine masculine characteristic of the flag country, captivating at first sight.
But in the glorious summer of the Mediterranean in the early 1980s, Elio and Oliver realized that they were pieces matching the life of the enemy.
The look of a legend seems to have died
The 89-year-old James Ivory director, screenwriter and producer, André Aciman, This is a name that may be unfamiliar to modern audiences, but it evokes memories for those who love Hollywood movies in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
James Ivory, Ismail Merchant and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala are the trio that helped create the famous Merchant Ivory Productions. They have worked together on such films as A Room with a View (1985), Howards End (1992), and The Remains of the Day (1993).
Often set in the countryside and ancient European towns, the movie series of Merchant Ivory Productions captivates viewers with emotional content, bearing a nostalgic atmosphere. More importantly, the characters in the film, whether happy or sad, always hold the elegance.
Ismail Merchant died in 2005, and female scriptwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala died eight years later. I think that the character style of Merchant Ivory Productions will be no longer because James Ivory is nearing the land, but Call Me by Your Name suddenly appeared, eight years after the City of Your Final Destination (2009) that He directly directed.
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Once again, the writer Ivory makes the viewer fascinated by the romantic, nostalgic atmosphere of the Italian countryside of the early 1980s, and by the elegant, liberal, but no less profound character.