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1 INT ELIO S OLIVER S ROOM PERLMAN VILLA DAY 1, The sound of an approaching car ELIO 17 barefoot and in. his bathing suit is in the process of moving his clothes. from his room to the adjacent room a wardrobe somehow. refurbished into a single bedroom The two rooms are. separated by a ruined wooden door with cracks all over it. MARZIA a girl of about his same age is lying on the bed It. is obvious both have been on it together, ELIO goes to the window and looks down A car pulls up below. blowing up clouds of dust and stops at the villa s main. entrance A young man steps out of the car wearing a billowy. bright blue shirt with a wide open collar sunglasses This. is OLIVER 25 He is followed by the handy man and gardener. of the house ANCHISE, L usurpateur, The usurper, MARZIA jumps up to come stand next to him looking down. ANCHISE appears below followed by the PERLMANS who introduce. themselves to Oliver Professor PERLMAN is in his fifties. distinguished vigorous ANNELLA his wife is in her mid. in Italian, Where s Elio, Il faut que je descende, I d better go down. 2 INT STAIRCASE PERLMAN VILLA DAY 2, At the end of the stairs ELIO sees OLIVER being walked to.
Professor Perlman s study Oliver s suitcase and backpack lie. on the floor nearby ANNELLA sees Elio approaching and. gestures towards them, in Italian, Aiuta Oliver a portare. le sue cose in camera tua, Help bring Oliver s things up to. 3 INT PROFESSOR PERLMAN S STUDY PERLMAN VILLA DAY 3. ELIO enters his father s studio OLIVER sitting on the sofa. is having a glass of fresh water Even if exhausted by the. heat he remains elegant and somewhat iconic Professor. PERLMAN introduces the two formally They shake hands. non committal, 4 INT STAIRCASE PERLMAN VILLA DAY 4. They head up the stairs together ELIO lunges for the heavy. suitcase OLIVER takes the backpack, My room is now your room I ll be. They meet MARZIA coming down More introductions in the. middle of the stairs OLIVER is curious about her and looks. back as he continues up She looks back after he does. 5 INT OLIVER S ROOM PERLMAN VILLA DAY 5, They enter Oliver s bedroom OLIVER drops his backpack and.
crashes on the bed exhausted ELIO lays the suitcase next to. We re sharing the bathroom It s my, only way out, But Oliver is not listening already asleep Elio walks out. and closes the door that separates their two rooms. 6 EXT GARDEN PERLMAN VILLA DAY 6, In front of the kitchen is a fruit orchard with a variety of. fruit trees From outside we see inside MAFALDA at work in. charge of the domestic duties of the place and she is. virtually a member of the family, One of the trees is shaking In the dappled light under the. tree we see ANCHISE reaching up into the limbs to pick the. ripest peaches They seem to glow within their foliage as his. long gnarled fingers seek them out He carefully places the. fruit he has picked in a basket, 7 INT STAIRCASE PERLMAN VILLA DUSK 7. Later MAFALDA at the bottom of the stairs rings a bell. She looks up the stairs and getting no response rings the. bell again, 8 INT ELIO S OLIVER S ROOM BATHROOM PERLMAN VILLA DUSK 8.
ELIO is at the desk in his small new bedroom he is. transcribing music Next to his desk lamp a walkman is. playing music He hears the bell, He enters the bathroom and the door that connects it to the. other room is open OLIVER sleeps in the dim light of sunset. We re being called to dinner, No answer Elio enters Oliver s room and reaches over to the. bookshelf takes a book from it but then drops it on the. floor It makes a sharp clatter Oliver is briskly awoken. ELIO CONT D, embarrassed, We re being called to dinner. Oliver looks up from his pillow scarcely knowing where he is. Later I ll have to pass, Can you make my excuses to your. Elio backing out of the door with the book nods that he. will Oliver looks around for a moment, OLIVER CONT D.
So this is usually your room, About to shut the door ELIO nods. OLIVER CONT D, Thanks buddy, Oliver turns and goes back to sleep Elio closes the door. leaving the room in almost complete darkness, 9 INT STAIRCASE BOCCHIRALE PERLMAN VILLA DAY 9. The following day OLIVER is coming down the stairs Not. knowing where to go he listens for the Perlmans voices. until he sees through a corridor the kitchen Just beyond. it outside in the garden he can see the family having. 10 EXT GARDEN IN FRONT OF THE KITCHEN PERLMAN VILLA DAY 10. The PERLMANS are eating breakfast outside in front of the. kitchen OLIVER comes out and sits down watching how ELIO. expertly cracks his soft boiled egg shell then attempts to. do the same but only a tiny bit of the shell is pierced so. he pretends to busy himself with his coffee and pushes the. egg in its cup away MAFALDA asks him if he would like juice. He says Please She looks down at the discarded egg. Lasci fare a me Signore Let me, She slices the top off and returns to her kitchen. Did you recover from your trip, ELIO who has been trying not to stare at their guest and is.
concentrating on spreading honey on a piece of bread now. lifts his head and speaks growing unnaturally loud. I can show you around, Good Are we far from the town I. need to open a bank account, Both Professor PERLMAN and ANNELLA look up interested. None of our residents has ever had, a local bank account. Elio turns in his seat to get a better view of Oliver who is. sitting beside him, Should I take him to Montodine. I m think they re closed for summer, vacation Try Crema.
Is that your orchard, Pesca ciliege albicocche, peaches cherries apricots. Pomegranate, MAFALDA returns with a pitcher of apricot juice on a little. tray and proceeds to fill Oliver s glass OLIVER tastes it. then enthusiastically downs it ELIO realizes he is staring. at OLIVER his head tipped back with his throat swallowing. the juice and notices the Star of David on a necklace around. his neck OLIVER smacks his lips and begins to eat his second. egg giving it a sharp crack MAFALDA brings him a third egg. ANNELLA CONT D, Have another egg, shaking his head. I know myself If I have three, I ll have a fourth and more. ELIO has never heard someone Oliver s age say I know myself. It s somewhat intimidating He lowers his eyes, 11 INT PROFESSOR PERLMAN S STUDY PERLMAN VILLA DAY 11.
PERLMAN is attempting to devise a new filing system for his. correspondence there are packs of letters lying about and. open boxes with more letters OLIVER is helping him ELIO is. with them The professor makes a joking comment like My. guest from last year was very good at organizing I on the. other hand, Taking a summer guest for six weeks, is the way Professor helps young. academics revise a manuscript, before publication They are given. full run of the house and can, basically use their time as they. like provided they help Professor, Perlman for an hour or so every day. with his correspondence and other, ANNELLA enters carrying a little tray with a pitcher of more.
apricot juice which she pours out into glasses Everyone has. some OLIVER downs his in a gulp He smacks his lips says. Ah Annella looks at him amused and gives him an approving. pat on the shoulder Elio looks at his father already. knowing what he ll say, The word apricot comes from the. Arabic it s like the words, algebra alchemy and, alcohol It derives from an. Arabic noun combined with the, Arabic article al before it. PERLMAN CONT D, The origin of our Italian, albicocca was al barquq. He pauses to draw breath then continues warming to his. PERLMAN CONT D, It s amazing that today in Israel, and many Arab countries the fruit.
is referred to by a totally, different name mishmish. When we visited Persia they called, it Zardoulou, PROFESSOR PERLMAN shrugging spreads his hands as if to say. Who can ever tell about these matters of present day. etymology Through all this OLIVER has been listening. I beg to differ, The word is not actually an Arabic. ELIO and ANNELLA listen carefully surprised, It s a long story so bear with me. Pro Many Latin words are derived, from the Greek In the case of.
apricot however it s the other, way around, he throws a quick amused. look at ELIO, Here the Greek takes over from, Latin The Latin word was. praecoquum from pre coquere pre, cook to ripen early as in. precocious meaning premature, The others take this in ANNELLA is clearly charmed. OLIVER CONT D The, Byzantines to go on borrowed, praecox and it became prekokkia.
or berikokki which is finally, how the Arabs must have. inherited it as al barquq, There is a moment of silence ELIO and ANNELLA look at. OLIVER CONT D, Courtesy Philology 101, somewhat under his. He s right he s right, ANNELLA unable to resist reaches out to OLIVER and ruffles. his hair laughing, ELIO applauds, He does it every year.
Every year, I was testing you, 12 EXT ROAD TO CREMA DAY 12. ELIO and OLIVER are riding bicycles with Elio in the lead. They go along the main road towards the town of Crema and its. bank The day is already hot, 13 EXT CAFE CREMA TOWN SQUARE DAY 13. ELIO and OLIVER are sitting at the little cafe with iron. chairs and tables drinking coffee OLIVER examines bank. application forms then folds them up and puts them in his. knapsack He looks around the almost empty square, What does one do around here. Nothing Wait for summer to end, What do you do in the winter then. Don t tell me wait for summer, We come here only for Christmas and.
some other vacation, And Easter too We are Jewish, English American Italian. French somewhat atypical, Besides my family you are probably. the only other Jew who has set foot, in this town, I am from a small town in New. England I know what its like to be, the odd Jew out beat And what. else do you do here in summer, besides this, ELIO smiles says nothing They both laugh.
OLIVER CONT D, What do you do, Transcribe music Read books Swim. at the river Go out at night, OLIVER takes this in his eyes hidden by dark sunglasses as. he gathers up his things cutting their conversation off. They silently reclaim their bikes OLIVER seems to be miles. away but as ELIO is getting on his bike he loses balance. for a moment and OLIVER puts his arm around Elio s shoulder. steadying him He then speeds off saying Later leaving. ELIO on his own, 14 EXT SOUTH TERRAZZA PERLMAN VILLA DAY 14. The same day ELIO is sitting at a table in the shade of the. house practicing his guitar From where he sits he can see. OLIVER ride up on his bike and dismount He has to pass by. ANCHISE who is doing some garden work with small plants and. a ball of twine OLIVER stops to watch and converses with. ANCHISE in Italian, Non bisogna dare troppa acqua ai. pomodori You dont want to douse, the tomatoes with too much water.
Pomodori Oh Tomatoes, S Tomatos Se crescono troppo in. fretta saranno pieni di semi No, good They will grow too fast. They will be mealy, ELIO sees this but is too far away to hear what they say. Later OLIVER is lying on a towel spread on the grass nearby. reading a book which we see is Heraclithus He wears a green. bathing suit and his straw hat His belongings are spread out. around him sun lotion a note pad and pen espadrilles. At the bottom of the stairs in the middle of the field the. PERLMANS and some FRIENDS in bathing suits are sitting around. an old stone drinking trough now used to freshen up There. are always people coming and going at the Perlmans. friends relatives acquaintances of Elio like Marzia We. don t always learn who they are but they give a sense of. ever moving inhabitants of the place, Oliver lowers his book and stares at ELIO who is focused on. the fingerboard ELIO raises his face to see if OLIVER likes. what he is playing but OLIVER looks back without expression. almost coldly, Unsettled ELIO breaks off for a moment then returns to his.
music making looking down OLIVER aware that he has caused. ELIO to interrupt his flow gets up and comes over to where. ELIO is sitting ELIO is non committal hiding hurt feelings. In a pause OLIVER questions Elio about the piece that broke. off who was it or is it yours Do I know it It sounded. like ELIO hits some notes This Or that, Just play it again. I thought you didn t like it Hated, Hated it What gave you that. idea Just play it will you, The same one, The same one. The tall half naked OLIVER hanging over him intimidatingly. causes ELIO to get up and enter the house through the big. 15 INT LIVING ROOM PERLMAN VILLA DAY 15, ELIO plays the piece on the piano OLIVER leans on the door. looking in The music sounds very different from when he. played it on his guitar, You changed it What did you do to.
it Is it Bach, I just played it the way Liszt, would have played it if he d. jimmied around with it, Just play it again please, ELIO begins playing the piece again OLIVER listens then. OLIVER CONT D, I can t believe you changed it, Not by much That s how Busoni. would ve played it if he d altered, Liszt s version. Can t you just play the Bach the, way Bach wrote it.
Bach never wrote it for guitar In, fact we re not even sure it s Bach. CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Screenplay by James Ivory Based on the novel by Andr Aciman 1 INT ELIO S OLIVER S ROOM PERLMAN VILLA DAY 1 The sound of an approaching car ELIO 17 barefoot and in his bathing suit is in the process of moving his clothes from his room to the adjacent room a wardrobe somehow refurbished into a single bedroom The two rooms are separated by a ruined wooden

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