Bones and All is a story of the first love between Maren (Taylor Russell), a young woman learning to survive on the fringes of society, and Lee (Timothée Chalamet), an impetuous outcast and vagabond. During a thousand-mile odyssey they travel off-the-beaten paths, hidden alleys and encounter the various traps of Reagan-era America.
(...) the name on everyone’s lips is going to be Taylor Russell. The up-and-comer, who first gained prominence with her role in “Waves” (2019), takes center stage and devours every morsel of her time on screen. She brings grace and restraint, two qualities that don’t exactly spring to mind when you’re talking about a coming-of-age story about teen cannibals drawn together by mutual blood lust. I only wish I had more faith Oscar voters would give the movie its proper shake, as genre movies always face an uphill climb, no matter how well reviewed or beloved they are by critics and audiences.
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Born in 1971 in Palermo, Luca Guadagino spent the early years of his life in Ethiopia, where his father taught history and Italian. He studied in Rome at the University of La Sapienza, where he graduated from two faculties – History and Film Critique (his dissertation is devoted to Jonathan Demme’s work). As a director, he gained early renown in 2005 with his adaptation of Melissa Panarello’s scandalous novel, Melissa P. Four years later, his I Am Love garnered Oscar nominations for best costumes and a Golden Globe for best foreign film.
1999 The Protagonists
2005 Melissa P.
2009 Jestem miłością / Io sono l’amore / I Am Love
2013 Bertolucci on Bertolucci (co-dir., doc.)
2015 Nienasyceni / A Bigger Splash
2017 Tamte dni, tamte noce / Call Me by Your Name