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Bones and All starring Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell is an old-style love story and highway film with a twist the star-crossed protagonists are cannibals struggling to dwell with their horrific affliction.
The pic reunites Chalamet with director Luca Guadagnino, the Italian director of Call Me By Your Name, the 2017 coming-of-age film that catapulted the young American actor to global stardom.
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Since then, Chalamet has appeared with a series of often intense, troubled young men. However, Bones and All went through several phases as he joined Russell and the two traveled across the American Midwest to battle their inner demons, often succumbing to their inner demons.
Chalamet mentioned that he wants the audience to look beyond the smile and see the humanity at the heart of the story. “I hope it doesn’t get misinterpreted as a horror movie or a cannibal movie or a movie that pretends to be avant-garde and tries to shock you,” he said.
“It’s much bigger than that. This applies to people’s professional knowledge. It is about living when there is no network and completely deprived of the rights, and finds some love that makes you feel. And
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In addition to the opening of Halamet, the film followed Russell to find a long -term mother. At the most important time, the world shared “eateries” with Mark Rylance, Mark Rylance, opposite the “dining room” world, she shared a shocking meal with her. Essence Although the scene of brutal consumption easily shocked many moviegoers, Russell said they did not act jaded. “This bloody beast has a tactile component, so to speak, because it behaves so intelligently. So you don’t have to take on too much. You must do it. The emotional stuff is what you care about,” she told Reuters.
Coming off the back of 2021 blockbuster Dune, Chalamet made it 12 months straight to be a blockbuster in Venice, with many followers waiting in the hot summer sun to catch a glimpse of their hero taking to the crimson carpet. “Man, it’s amazing. Amazing, with all this power, I really feel like I’m back where I live,” Chalamet said after stepping into the Lido, the extended pencil lake in the Venetian lagoon that is the setting for the world’s oldest film. . competition.