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Pivotally positioned in October,the BFI London Film Festival boasts the distinction of having some of the most feted films of the year,champions newcomers and not without its stalwart festival curiosities.On the ground this year was Film Experience contributorSeán McGovernwho saw only a fraction of the films on offer,but nonetheless a taste of potential Oscar contenders.

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Worried that I would be tranquillised by the hype,I nonetheless could not resist it.Yes,it's a film about gorgeous people of immense privilege,but who can dismiss how hard it is to successfully capture the furtive horniness and confused intensity of young love?Timothée Chalamet's Elio teeters between brazenness and vulnerability,and Armie Hammer captures a strange aloofness that is hard to do on screen.It actually made me want to have children - just so I could grow up and be Micheal Stuhlbarg.

Oscar chances:Director,Picture,Best Actor(Chalamet),Supporting Actor(s)(Hammer,Stuhlbarg),Adapted Screenplay,Cinematography,Original Score.Whether Academy voters embrace two LGBT films in a row is another thing.

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