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As the acclaimed Call Me by Your Name proves, peaches aren’t just for eating.

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It’s been a surprisingly busy year for fruit-themed love scenes. In the raunchy comedy Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish’s character teaches her girlfriends the art of “grapefruiting”—i.e., using a ring of grapefruit to stimulate a man, a trick that Jada Pinkett Smith’s character later takes into the bedroom. And in Call Me by Your Name, the acclaimed upcoming drama starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet—which hits theaters in November—there’s a scene in which a character masturbates with a pitted peach. The ingenuity!

The bigger shock: much like Haddish, who told Vanity Fair that grapefruiting was on her radar long before Girls Trip, it appears that both Chalamet and Name director Luca Guadagnino experienced “peaching” on a more intimate level before ultimately including the scene in the film.

In a revealing interview with Out, Guadagnino confesses that when he first read the peach scene in the novel Call Me by Your Name, he considered leaving it out of his adaptation completely. “In the book, it is so strong and explicit that I thought it was a metaphor, something that couldn’t exist in real life,” he says. But then he decided to go Method by grabbing some fruit and giving it the old American Pie try.

“I was struggling with the possibility that you can masturbate yourself with such a fruit,” Guadagnino tells Out. “So I grabbed a peach and I tried, and I have to say—it works.”

Guadagnino brought the good tidings to Chalamet, who plays 17-year-old Elio—the one who ultimately has to use the peach in the film. But Chalamet evidently knew what a peach can do even before Guadagnino came to him.

“I went to Timothée and said, ‘We shoot the scene, because I tried it and it worked,’” Guadagnino says. “And he said, ‘I tried, too, and I already knew it worked.’”

Alas, members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Fruit—it turns out many peaches were harmed in the making of this film. But it was all in the name of art and love! Even more important, Call Me by Your Name is greater than its peach scene: the film has emerged as an awards-season frontrunner, praised as a lush, magical look at lust and romance set in Northern Italy. The film also tells a necessary gay love story, the likes of which we see so infrequently in theaters. As we inch closer to the Oscars, prepare to hear many, many more anecdotes from the Name squad as they campaign for the film all over Hollywood—peaches or no peaches.

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i am not interested in this movie.
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(10-05-2017, 09:38 AM)Maiko Wrote: i am not interested in this movie.


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(10-05-2017, 09:38 AM)Maiko Wrote: i am not interested in this movie.


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