Ninety-eight per cent of all human communication is non-verbal.
The villain in 'Call Me by Your Name' is the tragedy of love - what seems to be part of the deal you sign with someone when you experience an amazing time with them.
First and foremost, 'Call Me by Your Name' is a story about love, and first loves, and unrequited, and then, later, requited love.
When I try to appreciate something, it feels like my hands are around the moment, trying to squeeze it. It's when you really release yourself of the responsibility to be enjoying things that you actually do.
I spent a lot of time in a small town in France, growing up.
I've been very encouraged by the nature of the conversations that I've had and by the lack of questions that are tunnel-visioned in their understanding of sexuality and life and love.