The movie is old... but i was asked and I stick by what I said. I also take issue with other parts of the movie too! — 'Queer Eye Star @Karamo thinks 'Call Me by Your Name' is 'problematic' because it glorifies 'predatory behavior' https://t.co/72RgEqd1XZ via @thisisinsider— Karamo Brown (@Karamo) December 11, 2018
-"I've worked with many survivors of sexual assault, especially in the LGBTQ community, which oftentimes goes unreported. And so the minute I saw that movie, I thought, 'Here we are glorifying this sort of relationship,'" Brown, who is a licensed psychotherapist and social worker, told INSIDER while promoting his partnership with Ford."
-"I haven't read the book, but I understand that the college student character is like, 19 years old [Editor's note: Oliver is 24 in the book]. And so the relationship between him and this 17-year-old boy — I guess it 'makes more sense,' and I'm doing air quotations there," Brown said. "But there is predatory behavior there that I see, especially in the movie, where Armie Hammer looks dramatically older than this young man."
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