The First Trailer for a Ultra-Sensual Gay Oscar Contender *Call Me By Your Name* Is Here

There’s no larger covenant to a fact that a ever windy executive Luca Guadagnino is a master during creation things erotic than a scene in his 2009 film I Am Love, that manages to make shots of Tilda Swinton solemnly snacking on a prawn roughly as many of a consummate to her captivate to her son’s many younger best crony as a pair’s contingent hook-up. Guadagnino’s latest, though, competence make that stage demeanour tame in comparison: Judging for a initial trailer for Call Me By Your Name, his hotly expected coming-of-age happy intrigue film due out on Nov 24, it seems like Guadagnino’s latest competence take a cake—or a peach, as fans of a book competence remember.

As usual, Guadagnino has taken things a few decades behind and to a remote dilemma of Italy—in this case, in a early ’80s, in Lombardy. All is pacific in a panorama until a remarkable attainment of a particularly blonde, toned, and altogether large Armie Hammer, personification an American tyro named Oliver in city to support a highbrow played by Michael Stuhlbarg. It’s Stulhbarg’s son, though—a book-smart, venerable teen named Elio played by a dermatitis 21-year-old actor Timothée Chalamet—to whom Oliver’s participation means a most, as he slowly—and afterwards swiftly—becomes perplexed by, and afterwards smitten with, a off-limits 24-year-old.

The film is formed on a novel by a same by André Aciman, expelled in 2007 to soap-box reviews—the New York Times declared it both “hot” and “an unusually pleasing book”—and yet a film isn’t out for another 4 months or so, it’s already sketch equal praise. Having premiered during a Sundance Film Festival behind in January, it so distant has a 100 percent capitulation rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The trailer alone is already causing fans to mangle out a sweat—to a indicate that Moonlight executive Barry Jenkins has taken to reminding viewers to “breathe” and “hydrate,” and even started a hashtag “#survivingdaCMBYNtrailerdrop”:

If all that weren’t adequate to remonstrate you, we improved take a seat: The film also facilities dual unreleased songs by Sufjan Stevens, a spirit of that can be listened in a trailer.

Related: Actor Timothée Chalamet Is Young and Wise

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