Call Me By Your Name - Screenplay

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Call Me By Your Name - Screenplay

Call Me By Your Name - Screenplay By James Ivory André Aciman Call Me By Your Name Screenplay In Northern Italy in seventeen year old Elio begins a relationship with visiting Oliver his father s research assistant with whom he bonds over his emerging sexuality their Jewish heritage a

  • Title: Call Me By Your Name - Screenplay
  • Author: James Ivory André Aciman
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  • Page: 247
  • Format: Screenplay
  • Call Me By Your Name - Screenplay By James Ivory André Aciman In Northern Italy in 1983, seventeen year old Elio begins a relationship with visiting Oliver, his father s research assistant, with whom he bonds over his emerging sexuality, their Jewish heritage, and the beguiling Italian landscape.
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    1. Momina N. M. on said:

      ELIO We ll never speak again, you know OLIVER Don t say that ELIO I just know it We ll chit chat, chit chat, chit chat And the funny thing is, I can live with that OLIVER You just rhymed.

    2. A.M. on said:

      I know James Ivory was eighty something when he wrote this, but it is a masterclass in how to turn a book into a screenplay.It takes 14 pages of script before the later starting line of the book appears.The obvious heart string tugging character the small girl next door with leukaemia she s not here.The entire scenes of the two of them going to stay in Rome, and going to the book reading and the subsequent trip to the bar with Oliver making drinks he was a trained barman as well and then on to t [...]

    3. Ross Bonaime on said:

      James Ivory s adaptation of Andre Aciman s original novel gets to the core of the uncertainty and heartbreak at the core of Call Me By Your Name Ivory wisely takes the viewer out of Elio s and lets us witness this story from a third person perspective that doesn t allow us to hear all of Elio s inner thoughts By doing this, he makes his audience just as uncertain about this relationship as Elio seems to be Like the book, Ivory also doesn t overuse dialogue, allowing it to come out only when abso [...]

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