There's a poignant monologue delivered at the end of the Sundance Film Festival hit Call Me By Your Name where Michael Stuhlbarg's character, Mr. Pearlman, embraces his son's sexuality and offers comforting words in the midst of his heartbreak. The scene resonated strongly with critics, but also singer Frank Ocean, who recently posted his reaction to the film on his Tumblr page.
"Michael Stuhlbarg is my new dad now and that's that," Ocean wrote. While he didn't mention Call Me By Your Name? in the post, the emotive speech about acceptance that Stuhlbarg's character said to his son Elio is one to applaud. In the film, Elio and Mr. Pearlman's teaching assistant, Oliver, develop a friendship that quickly blossoms into a romance, but is cut short when it's time for Oliver to return back home.