Call Me By Your Name, the gorgeous new queer romance, is coming to cinemas and Star Observer is thrilled to have tickets to give away.
Chalamet plays Elio, an extremely intelligent 17 year old who slowly falls for Oliver, played by Hammer, a graduate student who comes to stay with Elio and his parents at their Italian holiday villa.
Set during the summer of 1983, Elio and Oliver have an uneasy courtship, both unsure of the other’s feelings and lacking the language to easily express their desire for one another.
Beautifully shot, impeccably performed and intoxicatingly sensual, Call Me By Your Name is one of the best films of the year and a major favourite for the upcoming Oscars.
Thanks to Sony Pictures Australia, we have 15 double passes to give away to readers in capital cities around Australia to see the film during the advance screening weekend on December 23-24.
To enter, use the form embedded below (if on mobile, click ‘Enter Here’ to be redirected to the form) and tell us in 25 words or less why you’re exciting to see Call Me By Your Name.
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