The critically acclaimed novel charts the blossoming romance between a young boy and an older man who stays as a guest at his family’s Italian Riviera mansion over one passionate summer. “I can’t think of another movie where two men are so openly and honestly with each other,” Hammer told EW earlier this summer. “We made a movie that’s so tender and enjoyable, it can bridge gaps.”
EW can exclusively reveal a clip of Hammer reading from the book, which you can hear below. The Call Me By Your Name audiobook will be available Oct. 3, while the film hits theaters Nov. 24.