Luca Guadagnino’s devastating and unforgettable “Call Me By Your Name” hits you like a shot in the heart. In detailing the relationship between 17-year-old Elio Perlman (a wonderful Timothée Chalamet) and an older man (Armie Hammer) during the summer of 1983, Guadagnino takes us on a roller coaster ride of emotions and heartbreak. Both actors wear their hearts on their sleeves, which makes the movie vulnerable, especially with the constant rise of homophobia in this corner of the earth. But with lines like “How you live your life is your business”, the movie is up against it, and rightfully so. Guadagnino and his gifted cinematographer transform Andre Aciman’s novel into visual poetry. Shooting in the north of Italy, the movie is simply beautiful to look at. Of course, none of this would matter if the actors didn’t deliver the goods. Chalamet finds the sentimental core of Elio, while Hammer’s Oliver lives in fear of coming out (he doesn’t even have to say it). “Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine” he tells Elio during the film’s most intimate scene. Both actors are brilliant, wearing their characters like second skins. “Call me be your Name” is a uniquely rewarding film, pulling you in before it sneaks up and quietly breaks your heart.