Breaking Down Call Me By Your Name’s Dreamy Locations

Here's a real-world tour of the award-winning film's settings.
by | March 09, 2018

via People

The Perlman’s summer villa, or the Villa Albergoni in real life, is arguably one of the most beautiful in cinematic history where that peach “scene” and the final minutes of the film were shot. Speaking with Architectural Digest, Guadagnino actually wanted to buy the lush mansion but couldn’t afford it. He instead made a film and decorated it with period furnishings. The property is currently up for sale, so if you’ve got a million Euros to spare then it’s best to invest it to this Award-winning property.


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