Loved Call Me by Your Name?
Return to Italy for a summer with this ebook, equipped this time with the ability to articulate what made it so ineffable and unforgettable.
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About the book Call Me by Your Name: A Special Issue
In six pieces, we attempt to articulate what feels so ineffable about the film while watching, help you fall in love with the performances all over again by digging deep into the nuts and bolts of how they work, and illuminate why this film is an important addition to the queer cinema canon.
You’ll want to read and re-read these pieces every time you watch the film — and whenever you wish you could be watching the film but can’t (on the bus, in a waiting room, etc.).
What our readers are saying
about the ebook Call Me by Your Name: A Special Issue
“Just purchased my copy. Thanks so much to the writers of @SeventhRow for their wonderful work. As I said, this is indispensable to all fans.”
“This very good analysis made me fall in love with Timothée Chalamet’s performance all over again.”
Angie J. Han
Film Critic, @ajhan
“This is a very cool way to grab some of the best film writing going around.”
Film Critic, @Beer_Movie
Contents of Call Me by Your Name: A Special Issue ebook
Chapter 1: Review of CMBYN
by Alex Heeney
Guadagnino captures what first love feels like, in all its fumbling, awkward, confusing, terrifying, joyous glory.
Chapter 2: Keeping a straight face: How CMBYN‘s queer characters get misread
by Brandon Nowalk
An essay on how Call Me by Your Name is the latest in a long line of same-sex romances to have its characters diminished as empty vessels, yet this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Chapter 3: Timothée Chalamet’s silent beauty
by Joanna Di Mattia
An essay on how Timothée Chalamet conveys how words aren’t enough for Elio. His body reveals the feelings he leaves unspoken.
Chapter 4: Armie Hammer’s Oliver is more than an object of desire
by Orla Smith
An essay on how Armie Hammer’s performance as Oliver weaponizes his star persona, allowing us to misread his character in the same way that Elio does.
Chapter 5: Tricks with time
by Alex Heeney
An essay on how Luca Guadagnino uses framing and editing to expand and contract time, allowing us to experience it in the same way that Elio and Oliver do.
Chapter 6: Our 11 favourite scenes from CMBYN
Our writers pick their favourite scenes from Call Me by Your Nameand write about what makes them great.
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