Not dead!

Yes, I’m still alive, even though the weather in Florence is currently… hell.

Recently, after I come back home from my 8-hours day job, I’ve been working non-stop on a few projects for the summer, and this is leaving me almost no time for the blog (forgive me plz T_T)

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5 reasons to read (and watch) Call me by your name

“Call me by your name” looks like the story of a summer romance between Elio, a 17-year-old American-Italian boy, and Oliver, an American doctoral student.
The novel, by André Aciman, is narrated in first person by Elio and we directly get to hear his thoughts and memories from his adolescence, feeling all his confusion, nostalgia and maybe regrets.
The film, directed by Luca Guadagnino, is an amazing adaptation of the book starring Timothée Chalamet as Elio and Armie Hammer as Oliver.

If you haven’t read it/watched it, these are a few reasons to do so: Continue reading “5 reasons to read (and watch) Call me by your name”

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