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But I didn’t realize on set how incredible it was going [to look] in the movie.
We were only focused on what we had to play, what we had to do, and he’s so kind and we were really close. We were together all the time — Luca is so close to his Italian crew, and he organized a lot of dinners, and we hung out late at night together in this tiny town."Elio and Marzia's relationship became accidentally controversial earlier this month when Sony UK released a poster of the movie featuring Chalamet and Garrel, superimposed with a quote about romance.
I’m sure she sees Elio and Oliver’s attraction from the very beginning, but she doesn’t care.
She just wants to take care of [Elio] so much.” In addition to awards buzz, the film has been drumming up controversy for the seven-year age difference between the loved-up male characters. “I can understand that for some old people, maybe it’s a big difference, but I think for our generation, we are beyond that kind of question,” she said.
But it's probably the only time in your life that you'll have that back and forth of sadness and madness."Elio's relationship with Marzia, on the other hand, is more measured, and therefore, more timeless.
"I think that really quickly, Marzia sees the attraction of Elio for Oliver, but she doesn’t care because she loves him so much," Garrel explained. I think that she cares about him more than her own happiness.
When it came time for shooting [the sex scene], because Luca made me feel so comfortable in front of his lens, it just felt like another scene."“Timothée is very generous and playful on set," Garrel said. We spent a lot of time together because of the story between our two characters.In the 2007 book by Andre Aciman on which the film is based on, Marzia plays a more limited role. She's there at the beginning when he meets Oliver for the first time, and she's there at the end when Elio returns to the house, distraught that his lover has gone.But it's also a testament to Garrel's acting, and director Luca Guadagnino's vision, that Marzia doesn't come off as a flat, tangential character.The two young men soon fall into a deep, passionate affair, leaving Marzia on the losing end of the love triangle.