📽【Call Me By Your Name】
Call Me By Your Name is the second homosexual film I've ever seen, and the former is Backmoutain which is famous and classical a lot. BM showed the heart-broken love between Eris and Jack in a struggling way and so does CMBYN as Oliver and Elio, but the latter takes on a more peaceful and realistic look.
The film divides into three parts. The first is about hiddening love and the second is about relasing love in turn. How oppressive is in the first part, and how feverish is in the second part within which includes too many affectionate plays as if the exuberant emotion is spilling out of the screen which makes me a little uncomfortable. Incredibly but in grief, the ending part shows the two man cannot be together forced by social prejudice despite what a wise parents Elio has.
At last, Elio picked up a phone from Oliver who was informing him that he had engaged with a woman. Yes, the love ended, and ended as they respected. I'm touched with what Elio's father said to him: We rip out so much of ourselves to be cured of things faster. Maybe that's love of homosexual, which is destined to go through sorrow and pain. But in a positive perspective to say, it existed once and also as father said: Our hearts and bodies are given to us only once. Just a comforting thought to the lamentable love.
By the way, some forms of story are really magic and beyond my imagination especially when Elio used a an apricot that he pricked a hole with fingers to satisfy himself which revealed his struggling mood fully.