Deem’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've never seen anything this disturbing and beautiful at the same time. I admired how Guadagnino used elements from 70s horror films like the zoom-ins and the camera angles as an homage to the 1977 version, yet it still has a sense of originality. I was hesitant going into this because of the length, but I was sucked in from the start due to the spellbinding score, the impeccable cinematography and the use of color, hinting at something sinister. This has got to be one of the best modern remakes I've seen. Guadagnino’s ability to direct Call Me By Your Name as well as this shows how versatile he is, and I can't wait to see what he does next!
(Also the dream scene is horror perfection!!!)