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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Call Me By Your Name'

08.02.2018
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Call Me By Your Name'
"Elio Perlman is spending the summer with his family at their vacation home in Lombardy, Italy. When his father hires a handsome doctoral student, the curious 17-year-old finds himself developing a growing attraction to the young man."


Movie type: Romance, Drama

Director: Luca Guadagnino

Writer: André Aciman

Script: James Ivory

Starring: Oliver - Armie Hammer, Elio - Timothée Chalamet, Mr. Perlman - Michael Stuhlbarg

Length: 132 min

Rated: PG – 13
Reviews:

Michael Ordona - Common Sense Media: ”This romantic drama is more fully and convincingly realized than most cinematic love stories in recent memory.”

Peter Debruge - Variety: ”Even as he beguiles us with mystery, Guadagnino recreates Elio's life-changing summer with such intensity that we might as well be experiencing it first-hand.”

Ann Hornaday - Washington Post: ”Call Me By Your Name may exemplify well-tempered cinema at its most balanced and attractive, but it’s far more than just a pretty face. ”

Source: cinemareview.com





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