The return of director Luca Guadagnino with a brand new film is all the time one thing to be celebrated, and a reunion along with his Name Me By Your Identify star Timothée Chalamet can be price celebrating. Chalamet leads Bones And All alongside Taylor Russell, and the primary teaser is on-line because of Chalamet’s twitter feed…
Tailored by David Kajganich from Camille DeAngelis’ 2015 novel, Bones And All is a narrative of old flame between Maren (Russell), a younger girl studying tips on how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee (Chalamet), an intense and disenfranchised drifter; a liberating highway odyssey of two younger folks coming into their very own, trying to find identification and chasing magnificence in a dangerous world that can’t abide who they’re. And, spoiler alert: there’s cannibalism concerned. However please spare us the “did they ask Armie Hammer for analysis recommendation?” jokes.
“There’s something in regards to the disenfranchised, about folks residing on the margins of society that I’m drawn towards and touched by,” Guadagnino says in an announcement. “I like these characters. The center of the film is tender and affectionate in the direction of them. I’m occupied with their emotional journeys. I wish to see the place the chances lie for them, enmeshed inside the impossibility they face. The film is for me, a meditation on who I’m and the way I can overcome what I really feel, particularly whether it is one thing I can not management in myself. And lastly, and most significantly, when will I have the ability to discover myself within the gaze of the opposite?”
If we’re anxious by something, it is that the combo of Guadagnino and Chalamet means our Chris will have already got began developing along with his personal theme tune for the film, following the “nice” “success” of his Name Me By Your Identify “composition”.
Bones And All may have its world premiere at this yr’s Venice Movie Competition, forward of a 23 November Stateside launch. There is no official phrase but on a UK date.