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Call me By Your Name

Before he broke out with “The Social Network,” Hammer played the famous evangelist in a cheesy, homoerotic biopic that no one saw. It’s a thing to behold.
Cry with us, won’t you? As Professor Perlman says, “Nature has cunning ways of finding our weakest spot.”
“Call Me by Your Name” is, at first, a movie about looking. From his bedroom window, the scholarly 17-year-old Elio (Timothée
Woods hashtagged the tweet #NAMBLA, an acronym for the North American Man/Boy Love Association, an organization that has