Call Me by Your Name is a triumphant, heartbreaking tale of coming out based on André Aciman’s acclaimed 2007 novel. It has a choking emotional intensity that will be apparent to anyone who’s ever dared to reach out to another. In the breezy villa of a beloved American professor of antiquities (Michael Stuhlbarg), multiple languages are spoken by a loving family. Swanning through this charmed universe like a little prince is thoughtful 17-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet), who is dumbstruck by the magnetism of Oliver (Armie Hammer), the chiselled, showboating grad student in tiny shorts flown out by his father for a season of research. The pressure gets released in a spectacular one-take seduction in a dusty plaza, the camera circling as Elio, uncertain of his purpose, his urges, his entire body, musters up his courage and Oliver struts just out of reach. Sweet and salty, the movie burns like a suntan.