Bones and All: release date, review, age rating and more

Nov 23, 2022 5:26pm | Updated November 23, 2022 at 5:37 p.m

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Bones and All is in theaters now.

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The gory adaptation, starring Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell, hits theaters this week. Find out what we think of it.

bones and all will soon become one of the most talked about films of the year – and with good reason.

With a Silver Lion and Marcello Mastroianni Prize already under his belt and early comparisons to the likes of true romance and Bonnie and Clyderomance meets horror directed by Luca Guadagnino drew a lot of attention prior to its release.

With Boy du Jour Timothy Chalamet and relative newcomer Taylor Russell this screen adaptation of Camille DeAngelis’ A novel about cannibals might spoil your appetite, but will it satisfy you?

Find out everything you need to know about Bones and All, including when it’s releasing and if it’s worth watching in our review.

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When will Bones and All be released?

Bones and All is in cinemas from November 23, 2022.

Who is in Bones and All?

Bones and Allstars Timothy Chalamet how lee and Taylor Russell as Maren Annual.

The film also features appearances by Markus Rylance as Sully, Chloe Sevigny as Maren’s mother Janelle Yearly and André Holland as her father Frank Yearly.

Bones and All movie poster

Bones and All is available now.

Image: MGM

Bones and All Review:

bones and all is a movie you probably never thought you needed to see, but you’ll probably be glad you did. Nothing for weak nerves, Luca Guadagninos adaptation of Camille DeAngelis’ Roman doesn’t pull any punches and puts the audience right at the forefront of some pretty gory scenes.

If you don’t like blood or guts…or like to see humans devouring human guts, then this probably isn’t for you. But beyond the squeamish and sometimes sickening depictions of cannibalism is a wistful love story with some pretty sights and sounds.

Timothy Chalamet does a convincing job like lee that it is almost impossible to imagine who else could have played the role and Taylor Russells Maren is credible, impressive and clearly deserves it Marcello Mastroianni Prize.

Mark Rylances Sully is equally captivating and uncomfortable and Chloe Sevigny delivers the goods in her brief but powerful performance as Maren’s mother.

So much more than just a gory teen movie bones and all is a heart (and blood and guts) coming-of-age romance that’s definitely worth a look…if you can take it.

Yes, Bones and All may keep you from your dinner date, but it certainly won’t leave you dissatisfied.


What is the story behind Bones and All?

Bones and all tells the story of two young cannibals who cross paths and fall in love. It follows Maren (Taylor Russell), abandoned by her father as she searches for her long-lost mother and sees her grow from young teenager to woman led by the lost and troubled in equal measure lee (Timothy Chalamet).

As the two try to find each other and themselves, they encounter a variety of obstacles and strange characters, until one finally threatens the world they set out to build together.

What age rating is Bones and All?

Not surprisingly, Bones and All was rated R for its gory and violent cannabalism scenes.

Is Bones and All based on a book?

Yes, Bones and All was originally a book created by Camille DeAngelis. The original story is slightly different from the film as there is a more supernatural and sci-fi element to the cannibals, who are called “ghouls” instead. In the book, Maren’s character is also looking for her father, not her mother.

Where was Bones and All filmed?

The film was shot in Ohio, Cincinnati and Kentucky.

Bones and All is in cinemas now.


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