‘All of US Strangers’ Review

1st AD is Marco Petrucco

The 'Weekend' writer-director channels his gift for vicarious intimacy and erotic chemistry in this stylish supernatural puzzle, starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal as neighbors with romantic potential.

The best scene of “Call Me by Your Name” has nothing to do with fruit, but a frank father-son conversation. Brittle to the point of breaking, Timothée Chalamet sits on the couch, arms crossed, resenting his dad for acknowledging the source of his anguish. “You’re too smart not to know how rare, how special, what you two had was,” Michael Stuhlbarg tells the boy. “I may have come close, but I never had what you two have. … How you live your life is your business.” ...