Call Me By Your Name - Short Review - CINEPLES

Call Me By Your Name – Short Review

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In THE 90TH ACADEMY AWARDS,  2018 best Adapted screenplay winner film Call Me by Your Name beautifully directed by Luca Guadagnino. Yes, but recently in a Chaotic conversation, the film name came on, and I  decided to take the shot. The film Adapted from Call Me by Your Name (novel) was written by Italian-American writer André Aciman. The book was published in 2007.

The Story is quite simple. In short, an inflorescence of romance between a 17-year-old boy and a Mid aged man who was hired as his father’s research assistant.

The film ‘Call me by your name’ as a cinema shotted beautifully freshly and charmingly. I basically enjoyed the cinematography and music and the fresh side that bloom some joy inside my mind. The freshness and charms to become a romantic were enjoyable. The phenomenal acting of Timothée Chalamet as Elio, yes, I did enjoy.

At some point, I felt emotionally disconnected from the characters. I don’t know why . The film has a fatal flaw in emotion. I miss the chemistry of real romanticism, the way I can’t feel the connection between the characters or the actor’s emotions.  But the best part of the film is the conversation with Elio and his father, the audience’s mind-changing moment. The kind of moment made the audience, Us, feel about the whole film as the director wanted to be. And here at this moment, I started to like the film.  Michael Stuhlbarg is a good actor his word with his son in the film did change and surpassed the vibe of a Sexually attraction to the emotional Sadness of adrift.

The Screenplay is indeed awesome.


Cineples Score (CS): 8/10 ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥


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