The new feature film from 'A Bigger Splash' filmmaker Luca Guadagnino chronicles a summer romance between a young boy and a visitor in Northern Italy. "A beguiling tale of first love." (Variety) "Guadagnino likes to show off his homeland as a place of sensual self-discovery. But he's never mounted the total swirl of sultry weather, budding libidos and teenage confusion that marks his new drama, 'Call Me by Your Name', a triumphant, heartbreaking tale of coming out based on André Aciman's acclaimed 2007 novel. Sweet and salty, his movie burns like a sun tan." (Time Out NY) "Reminiscent of the best of Éric Rohmer, Bernardo Bertolucci and André Téchiné, this is a masterful work." (The Guardian)
Creditsdirector: Luca Guadagnino
composer: Sufjan Stevens
producer: Rodrigo Teixeira, Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges, James Ivory, Marco Morabito, Howard Rosenman, Peter Spears
screenplay: James Ivory based on the novel by André Aciman
Editor: Walter Fasano
Cinematography: Sayombhu Mukdeeprom
More infodialogue: English, Italian, French, German
subtitles: Dutch subt.
country: Italy - Brazil - France - United States of America
LUCA GUADAGNINO (1971): Qui (1997, short), The Protagonists (1999, short), L'uomo risacca (2000, short), Au revoir (2001, short), Tilda Swinton: The Love Factory (2002, short), Mundo civilizado (2003, short), Melissa P. (2005), Part deux (2007, short), I Am Love (2009, short), Chronology (2010, short), Inconscio italiano (2011, short), Destinée (2012, short), Here (2012, short), One Plus One (2012, short), Bertolucci on Bertolucci (2013, short), Walking Stories (2013, short), A Bigger Splash (2015), Call Me by Your Name (2017).
Technical Specsformat: DCP