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Oliver is the chosen one this summer, a young American professor doing his doctoral thesis. Soon their intimacy gives way to a romance, at first very restrained. During the following weeks, the hidden impulses of obsession and fear, fascination and desire will intensify their passion.

The diversity of themes that André Aciman deals with in the novel are related to his personal circumstances and the influences of Marcel Proust, an author on whom Aciman has done specialized studies. These themes are:

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It was directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory, based on the novel of the same name by André Aciman (2007). The film is an international production and belongs to Guadagnino’s “Desire” trilogy along with Io sono l’amore (2009) and Blinded by the Sun (2015).

The film had been in development since 2007, when producers Peter Spears and Howard Rosenman acquired the rights to the novel. Ivory was tapped to direct it but ultimately served as screenwriter. Guadagnino, who was to serve as location consultant, was chosen as director in 2016. Filming took place in Crema between May and June 2016. The film was shot on 35mm reels under the command of cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

Elio and Oliver start spending time together. Elio begins a sexual relationship with Marzia and brags about it in front of Oliver to gauge his reaction. During a trip to the post office, Elio subtly confesses his feelings for Oliver, who gently tells him that he should not act on them. They go to a place exclusive to Elio, and he kisses Oliver on the lips. Oliver returns the gesture, but hesitates to go further. The couple becomes distant over the next few days.

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Call Me By Your Name is one of the best movies of 2017. That much is indisputable. I highly doubt there could be anyone who didn’t like it. The film slowly unfolds a summer romance between a man and a teenage boy in northern Italy. Luca Guadagnino brings to the table a series of elements that can satisfy from the most demanding of viewers to the least cinephile. Accessible, close, careful, warm, unleashing the power of the carnal and desire, reflecting on the passage of time and society… A tasty dish for all tastes.

Within these universal keys that he touches, one of the most remarkable aspects is that he manages to make any viewer, regardless of their sexual orientation, want to have lived that summer with the two protagonists. Guadagnino reaches a sensual and sentimental dimension that crosses gender barriers, to the point that it is not about a homosexual relationship between two people, but about desire and love in its purest state. Thus, the intelligent and sensitive treatment that the story receives makes it so universal that it manages to transcend any label that could pigeonhole it in a category such as LGBT cinema or cinema for the gay community.

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André Aciman was born in 1951 in Alexandria into a Sephardic Jewish family of Turkish origin. Educated at Harvard University, he has taught Comparative Literature and Creative Writing at Bard College and at Princeton and New York Universities.

As for his creative work, he is well known as an essayist and scholar of Marcel Proust’s work. In 1996 he published Out of Egypt, a memoir about his childhood and adolescence in Egypt during the 1950s and 1960s, which won the prestigious Whiting Award. In 2001 he published False Papers: Essays on Exile and Memory, a collection of fourteen essays, and co-authored and edited The Proust Project and Letters of Transit.

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