Luca Guadagnino’s Oscar winning film Call Me by Your Name may not be overlooked or underappreciated, but we love it nonetheless. This week we soak up the beauty of this tender romance set in 1980s Italy. We discuss our short film of the week Dylan by Elizabeth Rohrbaugh.

Show Notes:
1:44 – Dylan
8:56 – Call Me by Your Name

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  1. Regarding the age difference, Timothee Chalamet was 20 years old when he made this film and the character Elio is above the age of consent in Italy. Even in America, only 11 states have the age of consent at 18. The other 39 states have their age of consent at either 16 or 17. But I agree with you about the hypocrisy when so many films have very young females with much older men.

    1. Thanks for the clarification. It is crazy that the age difference created such a stir considering that it would have been legal in the majority of States had the romance taken place in America.

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