You can call him by name, if you want.
A bizarre ventriloquist doll of “Call Me By Your Name” actor TimothÃ©e Chalamet is captivating social media.
Found on eBay, the “one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted” puppet was listed last weekend, with a starting bid set at $ 122,795.00. For that amount, a lucky buyer will receive a 26-inch-tall, comically spooky Chalamet-style model made from padded white pine – and a hauntingly serene doe-eyed face.
The alluring puppet comes in a bespoke replica of the 2019 Chalamet Golden Globes costume by Louis Vuitton, “complete with a beaded and glittery harness”.
For the dummy heads out there, the noggin of it is controlled from inside the body by a “head stick”, complete with a spring loaded head lock – “to keep the head in place when it’s not. is not used “- and sits down on her own. In other words, perfect to place on your shelf for all your guests to see. (Unfortunately, “due to the very low price” you will have to purchase your own standing base.)
“It’s a perfect gift for any occasion, from baby shower to bar mitzvah!” The list reads.
No bid has been placed on this priceless piece (the auction ends next Sunday), but internet users cannot ignore the alluring quality of this rare work.
“I couldn’t get that out of my mind for 24 hours. Absolutely damn,” tweeted the writer and editor at Them.us. Michael cuby.
Some clearly have a taste for taste, like the Irish sociologist @NetflixBoy, who said, “Honestly, if anyone thinks about it, my birthday is in two months.”
Others, however, seem baffled by the mini-Chalament.
“This creepy reboot is terrifying,” the internet comedian tweeted. Calvin stowell.
A person can now be permanently spellbound. âThat’s actually what greets me during sleep paralysis,â the Nashville-based playwright said. @adtimmswt, who needs to know at least a thing or two about top-notch theater props.
Yet Twitter user @marajadexgiven her due credit, emphasizing, “The doll isn’t even scary, that’s what she looks like.”
According to the seller, 20% of the sale of this extraordinary piece of fan art will benefit The Trevor Project, which campaigns to “end suicide among gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.”