澳门威斯尼人平台登录 ，看到这8.8的评分并不意外，很少看这类电影的我看到最后居然哭的稀里哗啦，“惨目忍睹的”。。。 看到父亲对他说的这两段话，内心无以名状。 “We rip out so much of ourselves to be cured of things faster that we go bankrupt by the age of 30 and have less to offer each time we start with someone new. But to make yourself feel nothing, so as not to feel anything. What a waste. " "Just remember, our hearts and our bodies are given to us only once and before you know it, your heart's worn out. And as for your body, there comes a point where no one looks at it. Much less wants to come near it. Right now, there's sorrow, pain, don't kill it. And with it, the joy you felt." 美好而简单，满屏的稚嫩和澄澈。 Timothée Chalamet，nomination足以证明你的表现有多好，你赋予电影的生命和意大利阳光明媚的夏天一样璀璨。从指尖到眼神，通通在线。Timothée 和Saoirse Una Ronan 无疑是这两年最值得期待的新生力量，她们纯净洒脱，真挚简单。希望他们不要被荼毒才好。 最后一个镜头，对着火炉，不知道为什么让我想起了另一部电影“李米的猜想”，同样的主人公的大特写，同样的无奈，不同的泪水。
Interview: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino on What Made “Call Me By Your Name” Such a Special Film
Director Luca Guadagnino with Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.
Many of you might remember the old and beloved film called “Love Story” written by Erich Segal (also based on his novel) and gloriously directed by Arthur Hiller. As a quick reminder – it is a tragic love story about Jenny and Oliver who come from different backgrounds. Their journey begins with high anticipation of a beautiful life ahead of them but is cut short tragically.
There is a reason why I have reminded you of Hiller’s film before writing about Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name”. There are several parallels I can draw between these two films: both are based on novels; both have unforgettable soundtracks and splendid storylines; flawless performance in both films shapes subtly the relationship between two individuals. Once you watch Oliver and Elio (portrayed by Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet) on the screen, I’m sure you’ll wish that all love stories are told in the same uncompromising way.
I did not mention anything about the gender of the characters on purpose. This film is shot and narrated in such a way that it does not matter at all. “Call Me By Your Name” talks about love and respect. And I believe prejudices will always have a shorter life to live. Every human being is entitled for a right for love and to be loved. Nobody can take it away – now or ever. Thanks to “Call Me By Your Name” for capturing it in such a humble way.
During Toronto International Film Festival, I had a great pleasure to attend a round table interview with Luca Guadagnino – the director of “Call Me By Your Name” and the actors Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet. I had a chance to ask questions to give me a better idea about behind-the-scenes of the most fantastic and magical film of the year.
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Armie Hammer as Oliver and Timothée Chalamet as Elio. Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.
MOVIEMOVESME: Mr. Guadagnino, could you tell a bit about your collaboration with James Ivory? Did you approach him or how did the collaboration started?
Luca Guadagnino: I’ve known James for many years and we’re friends before being collaborators and it was a chance of life. Like he was coming to see me in Crema many times and we both were involved into this movie as producers and then one day because the movie wasn’t happening without directors, we said why don’t we try to imagine the way we would do it and it was like snapping peas at the kitchen table that lead us to writing this great in really almost a moonlighting fashion. It wasn’t a job it was the chance to be together in doing it. I grew up really worshiping artists in my life. I come from a simple family in Palermo, but I always dreamt of meeting the artists I adored and I admired and one of the reasons why every time I complain with something for myself about my life I have to be severe with myself and tell my self you are luck because you have the chance and the luck to have fulfilled your adolescent dreams of meeting the artists you love. And even to dram making things together, so it’s great, it’s a privilege.
MOVIEMOVESME: How important is the period to this story? Not just to the acceptability of the relationship, but also in regards to the society.
Luca Guadagnino: But I don’t think this is a movie in which we are putting a light on acceptability or forbidden love. I think that any movie lives in the eyes of who watch the movie and in their way of watching the film, so I don’t want to censorship anyone perspective, but from my perspective, this is not a movie about forbidden love at all. First of all, I happen to be a person who enjoy the physical company of a man in my personal life. And so there is nothing forbidden about that to me and so it’s the most normal and accessible and suiting thing I can happen to do in my intimacy. So it’s foreign to me to love or to make love to a man it’s forbidden. And at the same time, I don’t think that Elio and Oliver will live in the space in which they are living, hiding. If they put themselves into an alley instead of putting themselves in front of a large group of people staring at them is because they save very much the moment of their intimacy. So the idea of this film and I would say also the idea of Asimov’s book doesn’t lie in the cannon of the forbidden love and the constrictions of society.
MOVIEMOVESME: How did you choose the actors or how did you come on board because the chemistry is so obvious…
Luca Guadagnino: Because I had great chemistry with them. I’m ignorant enough to think that if I have great chemistry they will have great chemistry between them. But I wasn’t jealous of their chemistry.
Director Luca Guadagnino. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.
MOVIEMOVESME: I was wondering, people refer to it as the gay love story movie. Do you wish people would take away that tag and see it as a summer love story? I love that Luca said in the press conference – it might be a bisexual movie perhaps. And is that important in the time where in America the president is going backwards, especially in these terms of gender identity, sexuality, so forth?
Luca Guadagnino: I think the president is a bitter person who is thinking of his own business all the time and he doesn’t have the poetic hope to see how beautiful is it to be unbiased and able to love no matter what is your gender. So I think in this way, maybe this is a political movie and it’s a sort of invitation not to be like this president. Probably should put that in the bio.