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‘Call Me By Your Name’ has exceeded my wildest dream, says rising star

By Reuters
11 October 2017   |   8:00 am
Coming-of-age gay romance "Call Me By Your Name" has been a "crazy ride" in terms of reception, says rising star Timothee Chamalet.

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