Monthly Archives: February, 2018

Call me by your name

Hello, all my fellow readers, I know it’s been forever since I posted anything. Let’s just say it’s been a rough long year. One my goals this year is to be much better on sharing my thought with you lovely folks anything to a book, show or a movie I’ve seen. Recently I just saw a movie that’s based off a book, that I will now have to read. It was called, “Call me by your name” a book by the same name. When I do read it of course I may post on my findings on what’s different between the two.

The story was about love the kind that you don’t think that exist anymore. It was pure and full of heart, but like all things it was temporary, but it didn’t mean that love that was there wouldn’t last for a lifetime. In the summer of 1983 the 17-year-old Elio is spending his days with this family at their beautiful historian villa in Italy. Elio soon meets Oliver, a good looking doctoral student who’s working as an intern for Elio’s father. In the mist of the summer, these two discover not only desire and passion but a love that would last a lifetime. This story is about growing and self-discovery along with the beauty of all that comes with it. But with all beautiful things, it must come to an end.

I was never one to believe in love at first site, but this story had so much more depth to it. It wasn’t just first glances. It was a fire that burned between them from the very beginning. Like something ignited in them that they both couldn’t quit make out. Fighting the urges, they tried to maintain a friendship, but it was within this friendship that really brought out what they meant to each other. This story made me believe that beauty is everywhere, but it just doesn’t come out of nowhere. It is created amongst ourselves.

This movie will make you laugh and cry. It will make you believe in things that you didn’t know was possible. This movie is a must see and I can’t wait to see how much more intense the book is.

Thank you all for listening to my review on something I thought was just gorgeous. Plus, if the story itself isn’t enough to get you hooked the scenery in this film will. This is Kay G, and thanks again.