Call Me By Your Name – Pride Movie Series

Welcome to week number four of our 2021 Pride Movie Series! This week we are joined by Jimmy Diaz of the Sioux Falls Pride organization, which will be celebrating Pride Month this week with events all over the Sioux Falls area. To help celebrate these festivities, Jimmy joins us to discuss the 2017 romantic drama, Call Me By Your Name!

Call Me By Your Name stars Timothee Chalamet as teenager Elio, who’s spends his summer at his family’s vacation home in Italy. Elio begins a budding romance with his father’s research assistant, Oliver (Armie Hammer). The two form a bonding relationship that they decide to keep a secret from the outside world. The film is written by James Ivory and directed by Luca Guadagnino.

To learn more about all the event happening at this year’s Pride events, follow Sioux Falls Pride on Facebook!

The Box Office

Toping this weekend’s box office is The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, opening at $11.68 million. Dropping to number two is A Quiet Place Part II with $9.4 million. Peter Rabbit 2 comes in at number three with $6.1 million. At number four this weekend is The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It with $5.15 million. Rounding out the top five is Cruella with $5.1 million.

The News

No movie news this week!

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About the Author
Casey Kelderman found a love for film at a very early age. One of his earliest memories of watching movies was the original Star Wars trilogy on VHS. Casey graduated from The University of Sioux Falls in 2017. At USF Casey produced weekly movie reviews and hosted a radio show. He graduated with a degree in Media Studies. Skills he learned in college have allowed him to help create Back Lot 605. He has produced and directed 4 short films. His favorite films include Halloween, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and Die Hard.
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