The American: For Italy & the World
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Mark is currently writing anthropological fiction. He hates spelling and likes pizza, sweaters and swimming.
Luca Guadagnino's "Call Me by Your Name," by foregoing credible sexual tension (and male nudity), is just a pretty landscape.
The author just learned of his estranged father's death, and an emotional pot was stirred.
Gender pronouns are in deep flux, and the result may end language's traditional dependence on the "he-she" binary system.
Milan fashion week and insensitive racial advertising hammer home what's wrong with the way looks are marketed.
Two gay men and an understanding mother can make for a quiet love story of a rare and special kind.