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Call Me by Your Name (2017)

Call Me by Your Name
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $18,065,180Details
International Box Office $22,331,066Details
Worldwide Box Office $40,396,246
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

It’s the summer of 1983 in the north of Italy, and Elio Perlman, a precocious 17- year-old American-Italian boy, spends his days in his family’s 17th century villa transcribing and playing classical music, reading, and flirting with his friend Marzia. Elio enjoys a close relationship with his father, an eminent professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture, and his mother Annella, a translator, who favor him with the fruits of high culture in a setting that overflows with natural delights. While Elio’s sophistication and intellectual gifts suggest he is already a fully-fledged adult, there is much that yet remains innocent and unformed about him, particularly about matters of the heart. One day, Oliver, a charming American scholar working on his doctorate, arrives as the annual summer intern tasked with helping Elio’s father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of the setting, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: November 24th, 2017 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
International Releases: October 27th, 2017 (Wide) (Bulgaria)
October 27th, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
December 14th, 2017 (Wide) (Thailand)
December 22nd, 2017 (Wide), released as Call Me By Your Name (Australia)
December 22nd, 2017 (Wide) (Sweden)
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Video Release: February 27th, 2018 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexual content, nudity and some language.
(Rating bulletin 2463 (Cert #50920), 2/15/2017)
Running Time: 131 minutes
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Keywords: 1980s, Romance, LGBT, Summer Vacation, First Love, Scene in End Credits, Jewish, Italy, Relationships Gone Wrong, Coming Out, Coming of Age, Hanukkah
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: RT Features, Frenesy Film, La Cinefacture
Production Countries: Brazil,
France,
Italy,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 16th Weekend Limited Release 68 $293,406 Mar 9, 2018 108
Biggest 14th Weekend Limited Release 62 $523,206 Feb 23, 2018 94
Biggest 13th Weekend Limited Release 63 $645,227 Feb 16, 2018 87
Biggest 12th Weekend Limited Release 64 $675,269 Feb 9, 2018 80
Biggest 11th Weekend Limited Release 64 $885,090 Feb 2, 2018 73
Biggest 10th Weekend Limited Release 49 $1,289,639 Jan 26, 2018 66
Biggest 9th Weekend Limited Release 52 $1,437,889 Jan 19, 2018 59
Theater Average 6th Weekend 100 $8,679 Dec 29, 2017 38
Theater Average 4th Weekend 61 $16,214 Dec 15, 2017 24
Theater Average 3rd Weekend 26 $31,761 Dec 8, 2017 17
Theater Average 2nd Weekend 11 $73,890 Dec 1, 2017 10
Theater Average Opening Weekend 23 $103,233 Nov 24, 2017 3
Theater Average 30 $103,233 Nov 24, 2017 3
Top 2017 Theater Average 1 $103,233 Nov 24, 2017 3

Leading Cast

   Oliver
   Elio

Supporting Cast

Michael Stuhlbarg    Mr. Perlman
Amira Casar    Annella
Esther Garrel    Marzia
Victoire Du Bois    Chiara
Vanda Capriolo    Mafalda
Antonio Rimoldi    Anchise
Elena Bucci    Art Historian 1
Marco Sgrosso    Art Historian 2
André Aciman    Mounir
Peter Spears    Isaac

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
James Ivory    Screenwriter
André Aciman    Based on the Novel by
Peter Spears    Producer
Luca Guadagnino    Producer
Emilie Georges    Producer
Rodrigo Teixeira    Producer
Marco Morabito    Producer
James Ivory    Producer
Howard Rosenman    Producer
Derek Simonds    Executive Producer
Tom Dolby    Executive Producer
Margarethe Baillou    Executive Producer
Francesco Melzi d'Eril    Executive Producer
Naima Abed    Executive Producer
Nicholas Kaiser    Executive Producer
Sophie Mas    Executive Producer
Lourenco Sant' Anna    Executive Producer
Sayombhu Mukdeeprom    Director of Photography
Walter Fasano    Editor
Samuel Deshors    Production Designer
Giulia Piersanti    Costume Designer
Sufjan Stevens    Composer
Yves-Marie Omnes    Sound Mixer
Jean-Pierre Laforce    Re-recording Mixer
Robin Urdang    Music Supervisor
David Favargiotti    Dialogue Editor
Dominique Delany    First Assistant Director
Sacha Guttenstein    Post-Production Supervisor
Roberta Federico    Art Director
Ferdinando Cito Filomarino    Second Unit Director
Violante Visconti    Set Decorator
Fernanda Perez    Makeup
Manolo Garcia    Hairstylist

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The Shape of Water

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/11/24 14 $412,932   4 $103,233   $412,932 1
2017/12/01 16 $295,561 -28% 4 $73,890   $922,456 2
2017/12/08 17 $285,850 -3% 9 $31,761   $1,367,155 3
2017/12/15 17 $486,415 +70% 30 $16,214   $1,999,893 4
2017/12/29 16 $998,105   115 $8,679   $4,906,869 6
2018/01/05 18 $747,129 -25% 117 $6,386   $6,073,058 7
2018/01/12 21 $884,486 +18% 174 $5,083   $7,400,081 8
2018/01/19 22 $1,437,889 +63% 815 $1,764   $9,135,264 9
2018/01/26 23 $1,289,639 -10% 815 $1,582   $11,300,179 10
2018/02/02 22 $885,090 -31% 581 $1,523   $12,825,208 11
2018/02/09 26 $675,269 -24% 475 $1,422   $13,937,405 12
2018/02/16 23 $645,227 -4% 332 $1,943   $15,014,887 13
2018/02/23 21 $523,206 -19% 675 $775   $15,764,116 14
2018/03/09 18 $293,406   309 $950   $17,458,151 16
2018/03/16 29 $121,703 -59% 118 $1,031   $17,736,560 17
2018/03/23 39 $67,147 -45% 61 $1,101   $17,881,321 18
2018/03/30 39 $44,759 -33% 31 $1,444   $17,973,280 19
2018/04/06 50 $27,939 -38% 50 $559   $18,035,978 20
2018/04/13 57 $12,564 -55% 18 $698   $18,065,180 21

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/11/24 14 $161,000   4 $40,250   $161,000 1

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/11/24 14 $626,895   4 $156,724   $626,895 1
2017/12/01 16 $454,410 -28% 4 $113,603   $1,081,305 2
2017/12/08 17 $432,173 -5% 9 $48,019   $1,513,478 3
2017/12/15 19 $774,313 +79% 30 $25,810   $2,287,791 4
2017/12/22 21 $1,620,973 +109% 114 $14,219   $3,908,764 5
2017/12/29 20 $1,417,165 -13% 115 $12,323   $5,325,929 6
2018/01/05 19 $1,189,666 -16% 117 $10,168   $6,515,595 7
2018/01/12 21 $1,181,780 -1% 174 $6,792   $7,697,375 8
2018/01/19 20 $2,313,165 +96% 815 $2,838   $10,010,540 9
2018/01/26 20 $1,929,578 -17% 815 $2,368   $11,940,118 10
2018/02/02 22 $1,322,018 -31% 581 $2,275   $13,262,136 11
2018/02/09 24 $1,107,524 -16% 475 $2,332   $14,369,660 12
2018/02/16 25 $871,250 -21% 332 $2,624   $15,240,910 13
2018/02/23 20 $885,152 +2% 675 $1,311   $16,126,062 14
2018/03/02 15 $1,038,683 +17% 914 $1,136   $17,164,745 15
2018/03/09 18 $450,112 -57% 309 $1,457   $17,614,857 16
2018/03/16 29 $199,317 -56% 118 $1,689   $17,814,174 17
2018/03/23 39 $114,347 -43% 61 $1,875   $17,928,521 18
2018/03/30 37 $79,518 -30% 31 $2,565   $18,008,039 19
2018/04/06 49 $44,577 -44% 31 $1,438   $18,052,616 20

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 2/22/2018 $49,355 26 26 60 $121,266 4/17/2018
Australia 12/22/2017 $0 0 37 345 $1,446,563 4/17/2018
Austria 3/2/2018 $36,803 23 23 128 $176,963 4/17/2018
Belgium 2/14/2018 $99,836 19 27 178 $457,951 4/17/2018
Bolivia 2/15/2018 $3,254 8 8 9 $4,684 2/27/2018
Brazil 1/18/2018 $220,120 54 71 356 $944,104 4/18/2018
Bulgaria 10/27/2017 $0 0 1 2 $8,347 2/21/2018
Central America 2/22/2018 $10,358 7 7 12 $25,493 3/20/2018
Chile 2/15/2018 $18,175 12 12 33 $68,088 4/11/2018
Colombia 1/25/2018 $35,948 27 27 95 $102,833 3/21/2018
Croatia 2/1/2018 $7,493 23 23 70 $30,355 3/26/2018
Czech Republic 3/22/2018 $9,977 41 41 81 $32,027 4/17/2018
Denmark 2/1/2018 $81,044 42 42 159 $575,140 4/17/2018
Dominican Republic 2/15/2018 $2,607 6 6 6 $2,607 2/21/2018
Ecuador 1/26/2018 $5,928 10 10 25 $19,855 2/21/2018
Estonia 1/19/2018 $7,765 10 10 29 $35,865 3/20/2018
Finland 1/26/2018 $33,659 12 25 141 $344,450 3/26/2018
France 2/28/2018 $651,132 93 177 777 $2,652,781 4/17/2018
Germany 3/1/2018 $278,941 91 114 683 $1,416,818 4/17/2018
Greece 2/8/2018 $47,790 18 18 77 $166,076 4/3/2018
Hong Kong 3/1/2018 $82,476 25 25 88 $310,165 4/10/2018
Hungary 2/8/2018 $22,006 20 21 79 $88,409 4/17/2018
Iceland 1/26/2018 $2,758 2 2 11 $15,975 3/26/2018
Israel 1/25/2018 $41,817 23 23 82 $158,663 3/26/2018
Italy 1/26/2018 $970,497 0 46 128 $3,841,922 4/17/2018
Latvia 1/19/2018 $4,242 5 5 12 $14,957 2/21/2018
Mexico 2/2/2018 $166,861 146 161 703 $723,187 4/17/2018
Netherlands 1/12/2018 $122,563 31 61 451 $1,041,642 4/17/2018
New Zealand 12/29/2017 $11,238 3 72 150 $149,610 4/16/2018
Norway 1/26/2018 $51,215 30 30 139 $377,393 4/18/2018
Peru 3/1/2018 $17,487 5 5 14 $49,127 3/26/2018
Philippines 1/31/2018 $28,956 7 7 13 $52,173 3/13/2018
Poland 1/26/2018 $55,512 28 30 147 $295,634 4/17/2018
Portugal 1/19/2018 $28,287 15 17 86 $175,263 4/17/2018
Romania 2/9/2018 $24,802 40 40 88 $51,770 3/6/2018
Singapore 1/4/2018 $15,653 1 1 14 $78,620 4/10/2018
Slovakia 2/1/2018 $14,840 55 55 81 $29,684 3/13/2018
Slovenia 2/1/2018 $7,501 15 15 48 $35,794 3/26/2018
South Africa 2/23/2018 $11,292 10 10 33 $42,647 4/17/2018
South Korea 3/22/2018 $381,936 190 190 557 $1,345,887 4/18/2018
Spain 1/26/2018 $207,691 74 82 402 $1,147,052 4/18/2018
Sweden 12/22/2017 $0 0 34 191 $699,873 4/17/2018
Taiwan 1/12/2018 $45,121 18 18 94 $240,748 3/20/2018
Thailand 12/14/2017 $10,602 6 29 93 $137,050 3/28/2018
Turkey 2/23/2018 $20,793 40 40 83 $60,619 3/21/2018
United Kingdom 10/27/2017 $309,031 111 111 536 $2,360,542 4/17/2018
Uruguay 2/15/2018 $6,107 7 7 19 $17,780 3/14/2018
Venezuela 1/26/2018 $33,556 17 17 52 $156,614 3/20/2018
 
International Total$22,331,066 4/18/2018

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Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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