Call Me by Your Name
Far and away, the best movie of the year.
Ben Kenigsberg is a frequent contributor to The New York Times and Variety. He edited the film section of Time Out Chicago from 2011 to 2013 and served as a staff critic for the magazine beginning in 2006. Prior to that, he was a mainstay in the film pages of The Village Voice. He has also written for Slate, The A.V. Club, Vulture, L.A. Weekly, Indiewire, In These Times, and Time Out New York.
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