Alongside Weekend and Moonlight, Call Me By Your Name is the greatest queer film I have seen in the past ten years. It's a gorgeous, quiet masterwork - Luca Guadagnino has given us something truly special here. I'll cherish this one for a long, long time as it's extremely human and very personal. Truly stunning work that deserves to be remembered, preserved, and celebrated for decades to come.
I hope they don't cut down the running time from what I saw at Sundance. Be sure to stay through the credits and do NOT start looking at your phone, etc. The movie IS CONTINUING thru the credits. and it's an emotional scene. don't ruin it for others by staking, turning on your phone, etc. Stick with the movie.
Of the 27 films I saw at Sundance 2017 - Call Me By Your Name was hands down the best film. This is a remarkable work that will leave you stunned and hopelessly devastated. Few films ever resonate the way Call Me By Your Name does - regardless of your sexual orientation. Armie Hammer turns in his finest work to date. This is a flawless coming-of-age sexual awakening period piece that fires on all cylinders. Wonderful