Armie Hammer is glad he agreed to star in ‘Name Me By Your Title’.
The 31-year-old actor performs the position of Oliver within the coming-of-age drama based mostly on the novel of the identical identify by André Aciman, and though he initially contemplated turning down the chance, he is now happy along with his resolution to take it on.
Talking completely to BANG! Showbiz on the film’s BFI Movie Competition premiere at London’s Odeon Cinema in Leicester Sq. on Monday (09.10.17), he mentioned: “Sure my hindsight is actually 20/20. It was positively the best transfer. This movie is only a love story. It is about two individuals who simply open themselves up to one another.”
‘Name Me By Your Title’ follows the story of a younger Italian man named Elio – performed by Timothée Chalamet – who meets Oliver after he visits the nation to remain at his dad and mom’ villa.
The pair then develop a passionate relationship, as they bond over their shared Jewish heritage and their sexuality.
Armie thinks the on-screen chemistry was straightforward to place throughout as a result of he and Timothée received alongside so effectively off-screen too.
He mentioned: “Tim, we hated one another. No we received alongside rather well. That was perhaps a part of the genius however we actually received on and made one another really feel actually snug round one another.”
Timothée, 21, additionally admitted he was excited to get the prospect to work alongside Armie within the Luca Guadagnino directed characteristic.
When requested what it was wish to work with Armie, he mentioned on the premiere: “It was nice, I grew up with ‘The Social Community’ and was nice working with him and having the chance to star alongside him. I wished to star within the film after I was 17 and it occurred after I was 20. I used to be salivating on the alternative to work with Luca as effectively.”