Italia. 2017. . 130 min. Ficción. .
  • Film Director: Luca Guadagnino.
  • Scriptwriter: James Ivory.
  • Cast: André Aciman; Elena Bucci; Amira Casar; Timothée Chalamet; Victoire Du Bois; Esther Garrel; Armie Hammer; Marco Sgrosso; Peter Spears; MIchael Stuhlbarg.
  • Cinematography: Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.
  • Music: Sufjan Stevens.
  • Co-production: Francia, Estados Unidos, Brasil

Elio Perlman, a young boy of 17 years, passes the hot and lonesome summer of 1983 in the cottage of his parents in northern Italy. He spends his time lazing around, listening to music, reading books and swimming until one day the new American farm helper of his father arrives at gran villa. Oliver is charming and, like Elio, has Jewish roots. Also, he is young, self-assertive and attractive. In the beginning, Elio presents himself a bit cool and distant towards the young boy but soon they start to go on excursions together and as the summer advances, the mutual attraction of the couple grows more intense. 

Luca Guadagnino

He was born in Palermo in 1971. He first studies Literature at the University of Palermo and then graduates at the university La Sapienza, en the faculty of History and Film Critics. In 1999 he shot his first feature film. He is director of films and theatre, screenwriter and producer. 

“A Bigger Splash“ (2015) / “Bertolucci on Bertolucci“ (2013) /  “Inconscio Italiano“ (2011) / “L'uommo Risacca“ (2000) / “Io sono l'amore“ (2009) / “Pippo Del Bono, Bisogna Morire, The Love Factory“ (2008) / “Part Deux, Deux" (2007) / “Cuoco Contadino“ (2004) / “Arto Lindsay Perdoa A Beleza, The Love Factory“ (2004) / “Lotu“ (2003) / “Mundo Civilizado“ (2002) / “Tilda Swinton: The Love Factory“ (2002) / “Melisa P.“ (2005) /  “The Protagonists“ (1999) / “Algerie“ (1997) / “Qui“ (1997) / “Lia Rumma a Napoli“ (1996) / “Salvatore, Un Film Casalingo“ (1993)


  • · 12/07/2018 - 21:00 at Teatro Salón Cervantes