Bones and All Parents Guide
Bones and All is an upcoming horror film directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by David Kajganich, and Camille DeAngelis.
If your kids wish to watch the film it is important for you to check out Bones and All Parents Guide. It gives you prior information about the content of the movie so that you can decide if the film is appropriate for your kids or not.
Bones and All Release Date
Bones and All is expected to be released on 23 November 2022.
|Movie name||Bones and All|
|Genre||Drama, Horror, Romance|
|Writer||David Kajganich, Camille DeAngelis|
|Release Date||23 November 2022 (USA)|
|Run Time||2h, 10m|
|Also Known as||Bones & All|
|Age Rating||R Rated|
|Production Company||Frenesy Film Company, Per Capita Productions|
|Distributor||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists Releasing, Vision Distribution|
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A young woman who wants to be loved, but she judges her, and she doesn’t like herself. Her secret, shameful needs have forced her into exile.
Bones and All Age Rating
- Bones and All is Rated R for strong, bloody, and disturbing violent content, language throughout, some sexual content, and brief graphic nudity.
- R Rated means Restricted. Program-rated R is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Contains content that is unsuitable for children. Children Under 17 Require an Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.
Bones and All Parents Guide
- Mature language throughout
- Disturbing violent content
- Some nudity and sexual content are there
- Character are seen drinking alcohol ocassionally
Who is in the cast of Bones and All?
- Timothée Chalamet as Lee
- Michael Stuhlbarg
- Mark Rylance
- Chloë Sevigny
- Taylor Russell as Maren Yearly
- Jessica Harper
- David Gordon Green
- André Holland
- Jake Horowitz
- Francesca Scorsese
- Anna Cobb as Kayla
- Karen Olchovy as Waitress
- Kendle Coffey as Sherry
- Ellie Parker as Jackie
- Max Soliz as Oglala Sioux Car Mechanic
- Johanna McGinley as Woman
- Madeleine Hall as Kim
- Mion Lee as Receptionist
Official Trailer Bones and All
This film it’s a melodrama, a horror, and a road movie, too, and it works in every single one of those genres. But it’s still stunning, with Guadagnino looking at Chalamet like Malick used to look at Gere all those years ago a perfect example of arthouse and genre coming together and eating their way out of predictable festival fare.
Then they calmly discuss their “first times” – proving that babysitting is never a good gig – or talk about the ultimate experience that creatures like them can enjoy. Of devouring someone completely, bones and all, and there is something almost disturbingly erotic in that concept.
Their predicament could be seen as a metaphor for so many things, for people who feel rejected because of their sexuality, race, or background, but Guadagnino is too smart to choke anyone with an overly simple message. He just seems to enjoy the beautiful ride, that twisted man, finding salvation in a curse.
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Bones and All
Director: Luca Guadagnino
Date Created: 2022-11-23 03:15