the portrayal of summer was so real I could almost smell it. the atmosphere around the falling in love was so palpable I actually fell. I was out of breath. not much talking needed, no overdone sexual tension needed, it was still everything. EVERYTHING. luca guadagnino really had the nerve to make feel like this. i will think about this for a long long time.
premesso che le scene del loro "amore" mi sono piaciute molto ed esclusivamente per la bravura di timothee (che prima mi stava sul cazzo ma mi sono ricreduto). premesso che guadagnino lo considero un falso di prima categoria (cioè ma vi ricordate di quanto fa cagare Melissa P - così tanto da rasentare il capolavoro -, di quanto sia ridicolo A bigger splash; salvo io sono l'amore perché sinceramente non me lo ricordo)
What a beautiful movie in every way. Chalamet is so effortlessly natural, and his physical acting and mannerisms were so charming and amazing to watch. The setting of the Italian summer makes you nostalgic whether you've experienced it or not. Stuhlbarg's speech was so beautiful and relatable, it made me teary. One of the best coming of age movies I've ever seen.
I can see the appeal of this handsomely languid drama but there's a lot about it that's very ropey - ludicrous dialogue, bad acting (particularly the very wooden Armie Hammer) and a contrived bourgeois idyll that retains only the least interesting parts of Pasolini's Theorem. I realise I'm no more a fan of Merchant-Ivory films now than I was 25 years ago.
I do not know how to respond with this one, but I feel cheated and fooled when I saw this movie poster. because I am not the type who watch the trailer first so thought this movie telling about a boy and a girl having realitionship, but not. I thought they right when cast selection 'cause that keeps me watching this movie until it runs out
I was constantly on the verge of bursting into tears, just because of the sheer beauty of the movie, because everything about it is just beautiful. I wanted to be both Elio and Oliver, or Oliver and Elio. Guadagnino sheds most of his frantic mannerisms, bringing a fluidity to the scenes that makes the movie develop like a warm summer memory; one I never had, but desperately wish to have.