Call me by your name, and I’ll call you by mine.

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Catching up on movies during the holidays, I loved this one.  Maybe it is because it is set in Italy, maybe because it is set during my own youth and coming of age, maybe its because I have a beautiful son like the one in the film, maybe because I have spent my life searching out and writing about art like the father in the film, maybe it is because I was in breath-taking Sirmione last summer on Lake Garda where the ancient sculpture is dredged up from, maybe it is because I liked the affectionate relationship between the mother/son, maybe because I’ve met charismatic men who can do anything like the protagonist, or maybe for the collective wisdom of the parents; for whatever combination of reasons, this movie moved me.  Catch it if you can.

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