Becca’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’ve never seen intimacy portrayed so honestly on screen. The awkwardness, the fumbling, the embarrassment, but also the thing that makes your lower stomach stir, the intoxicating sensuality. Every touch felt real and palpable. It a great achievement for a movie to feel more like looking through a window than through a camera. But this is more than that. Call Me By Your Name immerses you in its world, in its Italian summers with birds chirping and flies buzzing, and, beyond anything I’ve ever seen, its toe touching, hair stroking, intimacy.