Cinema - Event posted by elena
Address: Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci Viale della Repubblica, 277Date: Thursday 8 February 18:30 - Wednesday 14 February 23:30
Call me with your name - Call Me by Your Name
by Luca Guadagnino; (Fra-Ita-Usa-Bra, 2017; 132 '; vers.it and vo sott.it)
It is the summer of 1983 in the north of Italy, and Elio Perlman, a precocious seventeen year old American, lives in the seventeenth century family villa spending time transcribing and playing classical music, reading, and flirting with his friend Marzia. Elio has a very close relationship with his father, an eminent university professor specialized in Greco-Roman culture, and his mother Annella, a translator, who give him the opportunity to deepen his culture in an environment that overflows with natural delights. While the sophistication and intellectual gifts of Elio are comparable to those of an adult, there still remains in him a sense of innocence and immaturity, particularly with regard to matters of the heart. One day, Oliver arrives a charming American student, whom Elio's father hosts to help him complete his doctoral thesis. In a splendid and sunny environment, Elio and Oliver discover the beauty of the birth of desire, during a summer that will change their lives forever.
"A trajectory directed by Guadagnino returns in unexpected steps, with sweetness, fright and tumult, accompanying the movement of desire In sensual grain - thanks to the wonderful light of Sayombhu Mukdeeprom - Guadagnino manages to surprise his subject, the story of formation , the attraction between a young and a greater (with immediate reminiscences of 'Lolita'), thanks to the ability to instill in the narration the "objects" loved by the imagination, and if the novel by André Aciman was - as he told himself - above all a guide, his screenplay, by Walter Fasano (also editor) and by James Ivory, has lightly scattered in the film something of each of the authors, a poetic dimension, an intimate gesture of cinema. " (Cristina Piccino, 'Il Manifesto', 14 February 2017). Candidate for four Oscar Awards 2018, including Best Film.
Thursday 8 February at 6.30 pm (vo sott.it)
Friday 9 February at 6.30 pm (vers.it) and 9.15 pm (vo sott.it)
Saturday 10 February at 6.30 pm (vo sott.it) and 21.15 (vo sott.it)
Sunday 11 February at 18.15 (vers.it) and 21.15 (vo sott.it)
Tuesday 13 February at 6.30 pm (vo sott.it)
Wednesday 14 February at 9.15 pm (vo sott.it)
Full € 6
Reduced € 4.50
For information on the cinema hall and tickets: bit.ly/cinemapecci
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