Receiving rave reviews from Sundance this year is new indie art house film titled Call Me By Your Name. Starring Winklevoss twin (Social Network) Arnie Hammer and Timothée Chalame, the film details the life of a young and confident 24-year-old American student (Hammer), who after romancing three women falls in love with a 17-year-old boy (Chalame). Directed by the Italian Luca Guadagnino, this stylish erotic drama film feels like a low budget follow-up to Tom Ford’s A Single Man. Dreamy, lustful and eloquent, it’s got every critic talking at the moment, and by the year’s end could be this year’s upset equivalent to Moonlight. If anything, it’s a must-see just for the fact that Sufjan Stevens premieres a couple new tunes in the film.
Watch the trailer below, the film is out November 24th.