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Call Me by Your Name, 2017 - ★★★½ - Ted Mills
As an evocation of a first love during a summer vacation, the film is perfect: vignettes take precedent over plot. As for the romance itself, well, it’s not very romantic and surprisingly chaste, and wouldn’t make too many blush. Michael Stuhlbarg’s monologue at the end is great (as is Chalamet’s final scene, up there with …