“Call Me by Your Name” or “A Real Love Story” my fuckin review

Here is my review for “Call Me by Your Name“. Okay this is the film everybody and their gay mother is talking about! So I was like we gotta see this! The film takes place in 1983 somewhere in Italy. This 17-year-old boy named Elio is there with his family on vacation or living there for the summer. One day this dude shows up named Oliver who is his dads research assistant and they slowly start to hang out. Elio dates this girl but really he is in love with Oliver and doesn’t know how to say it or show it because he is a guy. He also watches Oliver with loving other women also. Eventually he confesses how he really feels toward Oliver and shit gets real when Oliver feels the same way. The begin a romance and relationship and it’s the realest shit I have seen, Male or Female. Eventually Elio and peach get nasty and I almost pass out. In the end shit gets even more real when Elio’s dad talks to him about relationships and emotions.

Okay this movie is pretty amazing. You really feel like they are in love with each other. The way they look at each other and act. It’s crazy. In most movies it feels weird and forced. This movie feels like it’s beyond two guys in love. It’s just about two humans in love. I mean honestly it really feels real and honest, like a documentary (but not shot that way). You are just like What the fuck. There is one scene where Elio is sort of telling Oliver about how he feels and is talking to himself at the same time. I was like wow that’s real as fuck. Also another when they are drunk roaming around the city at night, towards the end of the movie, and Elio looks up at Oliver and he genuinely looks like he is in love with him. It’s crazy. On that note Timothée Chalamet deserves all the awards, he was great in this movie and is an interesting actor to watch in a film. There is a shot at the end where he is just staring at the camera and crying and you are goddamn broken watching it. You just stare back at him. Everyone in the audience has been there with him. It’s fucked up. Another amazing thing about this movie is that there is no Villain or “Bad Thing” coming for the two characters. Meaning we know going into the movie that it’s about two gay guys in love, so every time they kiss or talk or touch we think someone is going to gay bash them or some shit. Like will it be Elio’s parents or towns people or police or who knows. We just keep thinking something terrible is going to happen to them because in most films with gay characters bad shit is going to happen, or slash in real life. It was great to see something where it was just about 2 people in love. THAT’S IT! No bad guys or bad things! Just two guys dealing with love. Even when Elio’s dad talks to Elio about their relationship it’s real as fuck and supportive and sad. It left me on the goddamn floor. The shit his dad said everyone can take home and learn from and think about for days. The dialogue and acting are pretty amazing in this film and will stick with you for days. The music was incredible and you will download those songs the minute you get home and probably fuckin cry again. This movie is not to be missed. If you are Gay, Bi, Straight, or Dead (inside) you will love this film and learn from it. Go see it now. I will buy it when it comes out. 

The Trailer:

The Facts:

A. This movie is beyond 2 guys in love. It was love story and they looked like they were really in love. It’s a film about seeing beyond the shell. 

B. There is a scene where the dad talks to Elio about his relationship and it’s the most real shit I have ever heard about life and being broken and not to let yourself be broken from life. It’s some sad shit that has stuck with me for days.

C. He was real life. He was beyond honest. Timothée Chalamet is one of the best actors of 2017. He never seemed cheesy or fake. This mother fucker will be star. He was also in Lady Bird

Also here is he ass. You were wondering so stop being a bitch and just ask. Here it is.

D. Armie Hammer was amazing as Oliver. Cool, honest and real as it’s ever going to get.  He was also in The Social NetworkGossip GirlThe Lone RangerNocturnal Animals

E. Your classic “Hey what’s that in your pants?” move. 

F. The music in the film was amazing and stays with you for days. This song is perfect by Sufjan Stevens.

This was the sort of theme for the movie. It was fitting and great.

G. What’s interesting about this film is that in a lot of LGBTQ movies there is always some tragedy. Like horrible parents, or getting gay bashed or HIV, or murder. Which is all true and does happen to the LGBTQ community all the time. Those stories are also important. It was just nice to see one story where it was just about 2 people in love and that was it. The world didn’t intervene to destroy them. No bad guys or villains. Just love that was it.

H.  Luca Guadagnino directed this. He is directed the remake of “Suspiria“. 

I. These shots! Yes!

J. Blue.

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