This week as a bonus competition, thanks to Sony Films we have five double passes to give away to the new film, Call Me By Your Name – based on the novel by Andre Aciman.
Directed by the acclaimed Luca Guadagnino, this provocative, emotional and powerful romantic drama set in the Italian Riviera was an audience hit at the Sundance Film Festival. Lead actors Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet are particularly dazzling and critics are already speculating that it may earn a Best Picture nod at the Oscars.
Story-wise, it takes place in the summer of 1983, with teenager Elio (Timothée Chalamet) on holiday at his parents’ Italian villa. His days are spent reading, swimming and flirting with girls. At first, when his professor father’s new American assistant Oliver (Armie Hammer) arrives, Elio is indifferent. As the days pass, the two spend more time together and grow irresistibly attracted to each other.
You can check out the trailer here.
Call Me By Your Name is due for release on Boxing Day 2017. To win a double pass, tell us, in 25 words or fewer, what YOU were doing in 1983. Our favourite five answers will each receive a double pass! (If you weren’t born in 1983, simply get creative!)