Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name

By Luca Guadagnino

  • Genre: Romance
  • Release Date: 2017-01-25
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 2h 12min
  • Director: Luca Guadagnino
  • Production Company: La Cinéfacture
  • Production Country: Italy, Brazil, France, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 9.99
From 2,948 Ratings


A romance between a seventeen year-old boy and a summer guest at his parents' cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera.



  • Incredibly emotional

    By MasterThorn
    What a film! I’ve never watched something with such raw emotion, it really shows how powerful love is.
  • Beautiful

    By Brizzlecharlie
    Loved this film. Beautifully shot, full of fresh, raw, real emotions and a wonderful soundtrack.
  • Truly Stunning

    By mark38says
    This is a stunningly beautiful film that deals with a true to life situation in a raw and effective way.
  • Bit long but good acting

    By GDiez
    Very atmospheric
  • Call me by your name

    By bethanyfls
    Great Movie, great performances
  • Captivating Film

    By djxx1
    Atmospheric, emotional, beautiful and thought provoking. Loved it.
  • Wouldn’t let me play

    By Bicys
    It’s an amazing movie and I would definitely recommend it. I watched this movie in the cinema and I wanted to watch it again so I rented and downloaded it but when I tried to watch it it wouldn’t work; £5.49 in the water!
  • Universal

    By Chriss_M
    Amazing. Everything about it. Make sure you have nothing else to do after you watch it, because you’ll need time to reflect on your life!
  • An emotional watch

    By ViscousSummer88
    I have been waiting so long to watch this film and it lived up to and beat my expectations. There is so much emotion, so many real and relatable feelings, gay or straight we have all be there and it grips that raw emotion and just keeps giving. If you’re like me you’ll want a box of tissues at your side.
  • Magnificent and unmissable

    By Streetworker01
    This is one of the best adaptations of a novel I have ever seen. Every shot, every performance, every line of dialogue is utter perfection. And while this is the love story between two men, it’s not really a gay movie at all - it’s a universal one. If you’ve ever been in love, you will get this movie. And you really don’t have a heart if you’re not broken by the father’s long speech towards the end, or the incredible last few minutes when the camera never leaves one of the faces of the characters. Call Me By Your Name is exquisite moviemaking of the very highest order. It is grown-up storytelling, with no need for silly CGI effects or mock heroics. Anyone who finds it “boring” or “switched off before the end” truly has no heart, or soul. Unmissable.