The restricted sequence stars Jack Dylan Grazer, Chloë Sevigny, Alice Braga, Child Cudi and Jordan Kristine Seamon, who makes her appearing debut within the sequence.
The eight-episode present explores the upbringing of 14-year-old Fraser Wilson (Grazer), who strikes from New York to a navy base in Veneto, Italy, together with his moms, Sarah (Sevigny) and Maggie (Braga), who’re each within the U.S. Military. Fraser will get into frequent arguments with Sarah, saying at one level within the trailer, “After all these years, I still don’t know if I hate you or not.”
Fraser develops an in depth friendship with Caitlin Harper (Seamon), who has lived on the navy base for a number of years along with her father (Cudi) and brother. She appears to be like as much as Sarah, whom she calls a “legend,” and needs to be soldier. Caitlin additionally identifies as trans and goes by means of a number of steps towards transitioning from feminine to male, asking Fraser at level “You like me like this? Like a guy.”
Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name” acquired 4 Oscar nominations in 2017, together with a nod for greatest image and a win for greatest tailored screenplay. The director is engaged on a sequel to the movie, which starred Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer, although early plans have been postponed as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
“We Are Who We Are” premieres on HBO on Sept. 14. Watch the trailer under.