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Call Me by Your Name Author André Aciman on Writing Sex Scenes and the Film’s Sequels

Call Me by Your Name, a love story between two men replete with references to the classics, is not the kind of novel that typically becomes a film. The book, which takes place “somewhere in Italy in the mid-’80s,” focuses on Elio, a bookish 17-year-old who barely knows but is ... More »
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