No. 43 The Archaeologist's House
Inspired by the summer villa of the Perlmans in the Italian Riviera, The Archaeologist's House imagines the sensorial, intellectual and natural stimulations of a summer affair in Andre Aciman's Call Me By Your Name. In the book, Samuel Perlman appear to be a classics professor but the film provides a more visual and palpable interpretation of his motivations for his house, where he's shown to be an archaeology professor. His summer house, both warm and mysterious, bright and nostalgic, natural and evocative seem to invite one to mental and sensuous experiences only of this earth. With notes of clove, mint, orange, green tea and grapefruit, this literary escapade is spicy, rich, sensuous and sublunary —earthy and atmospheric.
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