One of the Finest Films About Love That Will Ever Be

I saw Call Me By Your Name at the Embarcadero Center Cinema this afternoon and there's a scene near the end of it in which the young protagonist's father attempts to talk him through heartbreak. Although he was wonderful throughout the film, Michael Stuhlbarg will probably be nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Mr. Perlman because of that scene. I couldn't find the screenplay online, so I had to lift his speech from André Aciman's novel, but from what I remember the lines are similar.

How you live your life is your business. But remember, our hearts and our bodies are given to us only once. Most of us can’t help but live as though we’ve got two lives to live, one is the mockup, the other the finished version, and then there are all those versions in between. But there’s only one, and before you know it, your heart is worn out, and, as for your body, there comes a point when no one looks at it, much less wants to come near it. Right now there’s sorrow. I don’t envy the pain. But I envy you the pain.
— "Call Me By Your Name"