Tyler’s review published on Letterboxd:
An incredibly searing ode to falling in love that doesn’t just deliver one of the best depictions of the act, but incites in ourselves the very turmoil, happiness, and vulnerability that our Elio feels on the screen.
If you’ve never been in love, you’ll know what it feels like after Call Me By Your Name.
(Timothée’s work has not been overstated. The most vulnerable and moving performance I’ve seen in years.) (and if Michael Stuhlbarg doesn’t win best supporting actor, I’m gonna lose it.) (both of whom were at this screening. Truly blessed.)