Italian director will talk about his movies – and his terrors ­– in Minneapolis

Jan 27, 2019 743

BY: Chris Hewitt

To hear writer/director Luca Guadagnino tell it, his appearance at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis next weekend is part movie talk, part therapy session. The “Call Me by Your Name” Oscar nominee, whose most recent movie was last year’s “Suspiria,” will be in conversation with his pal Scott Foundas, the former critic who heads up Amazon Studios. But Guadagnino is more interested in hearing the thoughts of Walker patrons.

“The audience is the author of the final cut of the movie, I believe,” said Guadagnino, whose “A Bigger Splash” (with Ralph Fiennes and Tilda Swinton) and “I Am Love” (again with Swinton, whom Guadagnino calls a “sister in love”) also will be shown.

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