REVIEW: Call Me By Your Name

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This coming-of-age film follows a precocious 17-year-old boy (Timothée Chalamet) who can transform a peach into an effective flesh light.  It certainly puts Jason Biggs’ pie-fucking to shame.  The film will be remembered as Italy’s American Pie, or Italian Pie for that matter.  Wouldn’t that be called a pizza?  Either way, Call Me By Your Name offers a peachy keen look into first love, sexual blossoming and how it can sway you into impulsively buying the entire Psychedelic Furs catalogue on iTunes.  Arm & Hammer company man Armie Hammer co-stars.

**** 1/2 stars

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