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What to Watch If You Love Call Me By Your Name

Updated April 21, 2020 591 votes 246 voters 15.5k views46 items

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Wondering what to watch after Call Me By Your Name? While the film offered a dramatic coming-of-age option delving into the life of a young gay man, it presented it in a way that engrossed and entertained audiences of all kinds. The film was universally praised and while it may seem that it stands above all else in its genre, fear not! There are many examples of brilliant coming-of-age dramas about gay and straight relationships for you to enjoy.

Fans of Call Me By Your Name have a number of interesting and thought-provoking options in TV and film that will be fun and exciting to watch after. Top gay-themed movies like Brokeback Mountain delve in to the angst of a homosexual relationship while television series like Will & Grace handle the concept with intellectual hilarity most fans appreciate and enjoy. If you are looking for more from the film's stars, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, both have done amazing work you are certain to enjoy. 

Whether you're after some steamy romance films or a similar TV show, you can find it on the list below. Check out the suggestions to watch next and vote up the shows and movies you think fans of Call Me By Your Name will enjoy.

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