Origins of ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Revealed in New Blu-ray Clip

     March 13, 2018


Call Me by Your Name made the long, long trek to the Oscars ceremony last weekend after first debuting at the Sundance Film Festival over a year ago, and the film came away with a well-deserved Best Adapted Screenplay trophy for writer James Ivory. But there are still plenty of folks who haven’t gotten to enjoy director Luca Guadagnino’s masterful romance yet, so luckily the film is hitting home video next week.

In anticipation of the Blu-ray and DVD release of Call Me by Your Name on March 13th, we here at Collider are happy to share a clip from one of the bonus features included on the release, “In Conversation with Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg & Luca Guadagnino.” This feature is a lengthy Q&A with the aforementioned Call Me by Your Name cast members and the film’s director, and in this clip Guadagnino reveals how he first got involved with the project while Hammer tells a funny story about the very long wait between his first meeting with Hammer and when he got the part in Call Me by Your Name.

The Blu-ray release also includes a making-of featurette, an audio commentary track by Chalamet and Stuhlbarg, and the music video for Sufjan Stevens’ Oscar-nominated original song “Mystery of Love.” Check out the clip in the video above. Call Me by Your Name is currently available on Digital and hits Blu-ray and DVD on March 13th.

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