Call Me By Your Name, Ending Explained: Don't Cut Away from the Feeling
by The Take by ScreenPrism
Call Me by Your Name ends with a shot of Elio staring into a fire, feeling his pain and not turning away from it. ScreenPrism analyzes director Luca Guadagnino decision to cover this scene in a single long take, resulting in a powerful ending that makes us feel along with Elio.
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