‘Call Me by Your Name’ Director Luca Guadagnino Drags Mike Pence

‘Call Me by Your Name’ Director Luca Guadagnino Drags Mike Pence

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Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name, a gay Italian romance included in this year’s Sundance Film Festival, dragged homophobic nightmare Vice President Mike Pence in an interview with Variety. In particular, the director had something to say about Pence’s support for conversion therapy.

“The conviction of Mr. Pence, the idea that you can revert the identity of someone, particularly the non-normative identity into a normative identity, it speaks to me of his own identity,” Guadagnino said. “I am very curious to know if anybody who is very close to Mr. Pence could tell us what really Mr. Pence thinks of himself.”

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