The trick is that there is no real answer. For proof, watch the YouTube clip of Oscar presenter and unflappable man Jack Nicholson decidedly flap after he reads the name of the upset winner. The immediate cultural fallout was confusion and vitriol. Brokeback was a watershed moment for gay representation, and after the Oscars, the work itself was considered the victim of an injustice at the hands of a membership that skewed heavily old, male, and straight. And while Brokeback was weaving through the zeitgeist, Crash was not without its own supporters. That December, Roger Ebert named it the best movie of the year.
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Development began in when producers Peter Spears and Howard Rosenman optioned the rights to Aciman's novel. Ivory had been chosen to co-direct with Guadagnino, but stepped down in Guadagnino had joined the project as a location scout , and eventually became sole director, and co-producer. Call Me by Your Name was financed by several international companies, and its principal photography took place mainly in the city and comune of Crema, Lombardy , between May and June Cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom used 35 mm film , as opposed to employing digital cinematography. The filmmakers spent weeks decorating Villa Albergoni , one of the main shooting locations. Guadagnino curated the film's soundtrack , which features two original songs by American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens.
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