The latest work, “BONES AND ALL,” directed by Luca Guadagnino, starring Timothée Chalamet, won both the Best Director Award and New Actor Award at the 79th Venice International Film Festival and will be released in February 2023 under the Japanese title of “Bones and All.” It will be released on the 17th of the month.
Chalamet and Guadagnino’s re-tag work for the first time since “Call Me by Your Name” (17), which won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
A man and a woman who has lived in the corners of society with the secret that they instinctively eat people to survive, escape to solve the “mystery,” and the destination of their pure love is “unseen by anyone.” The birth of pure love horror” (The Hollywood Reporter) and “a luxurious and outrageous movie” (THE GUARDIAN).
Chalamet, who plays Lee, who can’t control the urge to eat people, was nominated for the 90th Academy Award for Best Actor for “Call Me by Your Name” at age 21 and suddenly became a top actor.
In addition to this work, appearances in blockbusters such as “Wonka” and “DUNE: Part Two” (original title) continue. Taylor Russell, who gained attention in “WAVES,” plays Mullen, who had a fateful encounter with Lee at 18.
He won the Best New Actor Award at the Venice International Film Festival for outstanding performance. Also, Academy Award-winning actor Mark Rylance, a regular in Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” and Steven Spielberg’s work, will play an essential character in the story.
At the Independent Spirit Awards, which can be said to be a prelude to the Academy Awards, which attracted attention for winning the International Film Award for “Drive My Car” in March this year, he won Best Picture, Best Actor ( Taylor Russell ), and Best Supporting Actor.
A total of three nominations for the award ( Mark Rylance ) were announced the other day, and expectations are already rising for future awards in the film festival race.
18-year-old Mullen, born with the urge to eat people, meets a young man named Lee, who shares the same secret for the first time. Maren and Lee, who are conflicted about eating people, gradually become attracted to each other. Still, the existence of a mysterious man who says they do not eat people of the same family accelerates the two to a dangerous escape.