'Bones & All' peruvian billboard in December will feature great surprises the premiere of 'Hasta los Huesos' Bones and All. A film that mixes the horror genre with romance. The feature film is a film adaptation of the book of the same name written by Camille DeAngelis American novelist and published in 2016..
Bones & All has generated great expectations among moviegoers. Because the story is about Maren, a young woman who is learning to survive. On the margins of society, and Lee, a homeless man who falls in love when they meet.
The feature film is directed by Luca Guadagnino known for being the director of Call Me by Your Name. A film that was nominated for Best Picture at the 2018 Oscar Awards and Timothée Chalamet also participates in the production.
The 26-year-old actor has become a very popular face. In the cinema since making his acting debut in 2012. Timothée has been part of very important productions such as 'Interstellar', 'Call Me by Your Name', 'Lady Bird', 'Little Women', 'Dune', among others.
To learn more about 'Bones & All', below, we will tell you the plot, cast, release date. Trailer and other information about the film so that you are encouraged to see it on the day of projection in theaters.
The film directed by Luca Guadagnino, which combines the gore and romance genres. And is based on the book of the same name by Camille DeAngelis, hits theaters on December 1. The film has been highly anticipated because it mixes the horror genre and also romance.
The tape does not yet have a streaming release date. But it will most likely arrive on HBO Max between March and April 2023. The alternative months are because its theatrical release will only take place in December 2022.
The film tells the story of a first love: that of Maren Taylor Russell. A young woman learning to survive on the fringes of society, and Lee Timothée Chalamet, a wandering and intense social outcast. The two join forces on a long odyssey that takes them through the hidden passages, back roads and back doors of Ronald Reagan's America. However, despite their best efforts, all paths lead them back to their terrible pasts.
So far this year, is there anything hotter and cooler than. The cannibalistic couple in Luca Guadagnino's latest film?. The vigor of Hasta los ojos: Bones and All 2022 the title that closed the official section of the Sitges Festival. Is measured by how irresistible its leading duo is. Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet are pure flow in this road movie set in Reagan's America.
Before glorious as an exercise in music maniac nostalgia than an accurate portrait of a troubled. Adolescence that we have already seen a thousand times in transit along the highways of the soul. Maren and Lee make up the voice that guides us through a confession recorded on cassette through a bloody drama in the form of a magnificent playlist. Full of best hits from the 80s and 90s. It aspires to the generational portrait using codes of the fantastic and terror like earrings dangling from an ear.
So far this year, is there anything hotter and cooler than the cannibalistic couple in Luca Guadagnino's latest film?. The vigor of Hasta los ojos: Bones and All 2022 the title that closed the official section of the Sitges Festival. Is measured by how irresistible its leading duo is. Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet are pure flow in this road movie set in Reagan's America.
Before glorious as an exercise in music maniac nostalgia. Than an accurate portrait of a troubled adolescence that we have already seen. A thousand times in transit along the highways of the soul. Maren and Lee make up the voice that guides us through a confession recorded on cassette. Through a bloody drama in the form of a magnificent playlist, full of best hits from the 80s and 90s. It aspires to the generational portrait using codes of the fantastic and terror like earrings dangling from an ear.
The genre seems the excuse to unfold a tortuous itinerary. As if this criminal love story, practically, was the scraped version of Bonnie & Clyde 1967. Of course, with the difference that in Arthur Penn's classic the milestone of a Europeanist. And Jacobin noir that aimed at the nouvelle vague. The flight to nowhere of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway embodies violence as a sexual drive that unmasks conventions of a country in crisis.
This is not the case of Guadagnino, determined to leave. A romantic mark on the peculiar underworld that his main couple travels through. A journey through the margins of an already aggressive society that is reduced to the bare minimum. His proposal is none other than that of a game without delving into codes or archetypes. Where absent fathers, family clues, unsuspecting victims and two applause predators are not lacking.
Bones & All: Bones and All the other face of the midwest according to Luca Guadagnino.
Especially memorable are the characters played by Mark Rylance and Michael Stuhlbarg with the sign of the threat etched on their faces. The first is the villain of the year. Dressed in a feathered hat and insignia jacket. Every time Sully bursts onto the screen he takes over the show in a heartbeat.
His image is that of a globetrotter who could perfectly appear in Nomadland 2020. But his sense of smell and voracity make him more like meat psychopaths like Hannibal Lecter. The second to highlight, more cameo than secondary, makes us forget almost completely Mr. Rothstein from Boardwalk Empire 2010-2014.
Stuhlbarg plays something as unusual as a meditative, high-laughing redneck. In a night scene in the heat of the bonfire, dressed in the greasy overalls of a worker from the American Midwest. He shares a stimulating reflection with Chalamet and Russell on the condition of the cannibal and the innocence of the young man who has not learned to manage it.
This scene works like a mirage. A glimpse of what could have been. A warning that the starting material contains all the nutrients to build a much more complex film. Richer in details and ambiguities. This is not the case with the script signed by Dave Kajganich, adapting the homonymous novel by Camille DeAngelis. All the stratification of readings that exists in the original book straddling loneliness and carnivore guilt from a feminist perspective is lost along the way.
Guadagnino wastes the claiming potential of his own postmodern tragedy. Loaded with virtuous shots, and does not want to grab his premise by the horns.
The Mar del Plata International Film Festival announced that Until the bones Bones and All. By the recently awarded Luca Guadagnino, will be the closing film of its 37th edition.
The screening will take place on Saturday, November 12 at 7:00 pm. At the Teatro Colón, and will be repeated on Sunday, November 13 at 9:00 pm at the Teatro Auditorium.
Bones & All, starring Timothée Chalamet Lee and Taylor Russell Maren. Tells a particular love story between two young people who live on the margins of society. The film, set in 1980s America, had its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival and was later shown at the Telluride Film Festival, the 60th New York Film Festival and at the last edition of the Venice Biennale, where he won the Silver Lion for Best Director and Best New Talent.
The script is by David Kajganich and is based on the novel by Camille DeAngelis, Bones & All. The cast is rounded out by performances by Michael Stuhlbarg, André Holland, Chloë Sevigny. David Gordon Green, Jessica Harper, Jake Horowitz and Mark Rylance.
Bone Bones & All is a Frenesy Film Company and Per Capita Productions production. In association with The Apartment Pictures, Memo Films, 3 Mary's Entertainment, Ela Film and Tenderstories. It will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros. Pictures and its theatrical release in Argentina is scheduled for December 1, 2022.
Our opinion I'm not a declared fan of Luca Guadagnino's cinema. But I have to admit that Hasta los ojos: Bones and All has interested me much more than usual. His latest work takes as a reference the emotional landscape of Badlands Terrence Malick, 1973 to create a romantic drama in road movie format starring a couple of cannibals.
They are two wounded beasts with human skin who live their curse just like. Anne Rice's spiritual vampires, but under the twilight teen aspect of those created by Stephenie Meyer.
The adolescent feeling of being different and isolating yourself. From others is taken to its ultimate consequences in a film. Where meat eaters are transformed into lonely nomads fighting against their true nature. Maren and Lee meet along the way in that flight from themselves and. For a moment, they feel human again through love, although their animal condition will always haunt them.
Guadagnino softens the story of the cannibals through precious photography and music. With a romantic sound that turns this trip into a poisoned gift for the young public who. Perhaps, do not expect to find so much darkness in the reflections he raises about adolescent angst and the search for identity through pain.
Taylor Russell is splendid in the role of a naïve young woman who must grow up. By the bite of her teeth if she doesn't want to be devoured by the life around her. While Chalamet appears on the scene with a fake pose that places him between the nihilism of the Beat Generation of the 50s and current hipsters.
The scene-stealer ends up being Mark Rylance with the disturbing character of Sully. A fetishist who is obsessed with Maren's innocence and who carries with him a braid with the hair of all. His victims as a trophy/souvenir, deep down, he is also looking for Someone to share your journey with.
The great success of the film is to present a beautiful coming of age of teenage. Love behind the curtain of an existential drama about cursed creatures that connects. Perfectly with the tradition of the vampire and other cursed beasts. Here turning the act of cannibalism into a form of irrepressible desire towards the neighbor and. Finally, in a poetic symbiosis for the union of the bodies that love each other.
It is funny that Guadagnino now signs a love story between cannibals with the presence. Of Timothée Chalamet who was a partner in the fluid exchange of Call Me by Your Name 2017 with Armie Hammer. An actor who was precisely accused in real life of practice cannibalism. So a version of the film with the two of them as protagonists would have been much more morbid.
Culture is chained in "Bones and All", inspired by the novel by Camille DeAngelis. It's time to write about the film that closed the Sitges festival. Which can be seen in theaters from next November 25, 2022.
A priori, a winning cocktail. Directing, Luca Guadagnino “Call me by your name” or the remake of “Suspiria”. And as the main actor Timothée Chalamet, protagonist of the aforementioned “Call me by your name” and recently seen in his role. As Atreides in “Dune” In addition, he will be the future Willy Wonka.
“Bones and All” is a love story between two young cannibals, and her journey in her car in search of her mother. Maren, played by Taylor Russell. We have existential problems, a "meal" scene and a third cannibal, brought to life by Mark Rylance, who doesn't really know what he's up to in all of this.
"Bones and All" works perfectly if we stay in the existential problems of the protagonists. How they can't give up who they are, no matter how hard they try. To the family traumas that the two have suffered, and how those traumas make the bond between them much stronger. Their conversations are the best part of the movie, along with the songs that play while they drive and remind them of things they don't want to remember. Some will say that everything is too leisurely, slow. But, in this case, the slowness helps to better understand the characters.
The problem comes with the blood Let me explain: I understand that in Camille DeAngelis's novel the bloody scenes make sense. But here they play against you. You can't make a movie that, in some romantic moments between the two of them, looks like a Calvin Klein ad, and then put in the carnival scene. More than the fair, the outcome in the field.
You cannot leave the viewer with the feeling that they are going to try to be normal, even knowing that this will not last forever, and put in such a visual final stretch. An out of shot would have worked better. Because in the end you just can't convince yourself if you are facing an existentialist road movie. The blood plays against him, totally.
It's not news that wherever Timothée Chalamet goes, he's rocking. Last Saturday the actor attended the premiere of Bones and All. The cannibalism film by Luca Guadagnino in which he stars alongside Taylor Russell and was greeted by a large. Mass of fans ready to rush towards him in search of a selfie or an autograph.
Variety reported that just outside the Space Cinema Odeon. The theater where the event took place, a crowd of Chalamet supporters worried the venue's security team. Who had to make the decision that the red carpet be held. held behind closed doors and with many limitations in order to keep everyone present, but especially the actor in a safe space.
After seeing the enthusiasm and euphoria of a large crowd of Timothée Chalamet fans. The police at the Space Cinema Odeon had to ask both reporters and fans of the actor to leave the place. The screening of the film continued normally but the actor was unable to answer questions from the press.
Bones and All, by Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino, is one of the cannibalism films that proves that. When it comes to cinema, there are no off limits and even the most macabre and disturbing elements can be turned into a great story.
And no, vampires do not engage in cannibalism. The difference between a cannibal and a vampire is that vampires, who are also fictional monsters. Consume the blood of their victims, while cannibals seek meat as a food source. And their stories in the movies have elements of reality.
It is believed that in the past there were cultures and tribes that practiced cannibalism as a ritual. Or as a way to obtain meat when animals were not an option. And this gave rise to all kinds of stories, legends and theories, which eventually came to mark to the movies.
Movies like Cannibal Holocaust were able to “fashion” the theme and now we have many movies. That show different angles and proposals on the matter, and that present the element of cannibalism as a metaphor. A survival tool and a way of making a strange and social criticism interesting.