Call Me By Your Name (DVD)
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|Format||DVD, PAL, Subtitled|
|Contributor||Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Amira Casar, Luca Guadagnino, Michael Stuhlbarg|
|Runtime||2 hours and 12 minutes|
- Aspect Ratio : 1.85:1
- Package Dimensions : 18.03 x 13.76 x 1.48 cm; 85 Grams
- Director : Luca Guadagnino
- Media Format : DVD, PAL, Subtitled
- Run time : 2 hours and 12 minutes
- Release date : 11 April 2018
- Actors : Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar
- Dubbed: : English, French, German, Italian
- Studio : Sony
- ASIN : B0794MKRNB
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 1
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Coming-of-age romantic drama based on the novel by André Aciman. Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet) is a young man who lives with his parents in their villa in Italy. When Oliver (Armie Hammer), a graduate student comes to stay with Elio's father (Michael Stuhlbarg), a professor, he captivates the attention of Elio, and soon the two attract each other. They spend a summer together cycling in the sunshine, playing music and attending to their sophisticated mutual interests, and Elio considers his sexuality while devoting himself to winning Oliver's affections.
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Call Me by Your Name was shot on 35mm film. Sony's 1080p presentation bears the fruit of the film format, presenting with an accentuating, nicely rendered grain structure through which only a few shots see it increase in intensity or appear snowy. This is an exemplary image in every way. It's very stable, organically defined, and capable of presenting the complex detailing throughout the film with consistently striking ease. Old brick walls and walks, grasses and weeds, general skin textures, and clothing details are consistently rich in complexity. The film's Blu-ray transfer boasts a beautiful color palette, one that is softly vibrant in presentation of natural greens and period attire.
Call Me by Your Name calls out by way of a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack. The track delivers crisply defined support elements, like a ringing dinner bell, in addition to richly realized atmospherics, including chirping birds, light winds, rolling waves, and welcoming, location-defining din in a cafe near film's start. Add some enjoyable bursts of heightened activity, including dense rain and deep thunder in chapter six, and the track proves capable of handling its every core element with commendable ease and enriching, scene-shaping and mood-enhancing clarity. The track further enjoys wonderful musical reproduction with superb definition and space across the stage, though it's mostly front heavy, leaving the surrounds to handle, more prominently, those aforementioned support elements. Still, musical definition, particularly piano keystrokes, plays fluidly and with impressively realistic detail. Dialogue, mostly English with some scattered, subtitled French
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And then there's Timothée Chalamet as Elio. 19 years old at the time of filming, his maturity and talent as an actor exceeded that of his co-stars, every one as brilliant and faultless as they were. Special mentions to Michael Stuhlbarg and Armie Hammer. Bravo Luca Guadagnino.