In Call Me by Your Name, Timothée Chalamet conveys how words aren’t enough for Elio. His body reveals the feelings he leaves unspoken. This is the first piece …
Articles by Joanna Di Mattia
Joanna is a film writer from Melbourne, Australia. She is a member of the Australian Film Critics Association and is a regular contributor to ACMI, Kill Your Darlings, The Big Issue and Senses of Cinema. She also blogs, irregularly at In A Lonely Place. A Ralph Fiennes enthusiast since 1993, she loves period and romantic dramas, and her writing often reflects her interest in screen attraction, the desire between characters, and her desire for them.
Joanna is a writer and film critic from Melbourne, Australia. Her research and writing often reflect her interest in the dynamics of screen attraction, the desire between characters, and her desire for them.