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Seductive and Subversive, 'Call Me by Your Name' Is One of the Year's Best Films

André Aciman’s much lauded 2007 novel gets a lush, voluptuous, funny and heartbreaking treatment in its big screen adaptation, Call Me by Your Name. Thanks to career-defining performances, a subtle and elegant screenplay by James Ivory (Maurice) and intelligent, playfully seductive direction by Luca Guadagnino, who also made I Am Love and A Bigger Splash, the movie, a gay coming-of-age story, is a more than worthy companion piece to Moonlight, Brokeback Mountain and Carol.

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