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Synopsis

A story of first love between Maren (Taylor Russell), a young woman learning how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee (Timothée Chalamet), an intense and disenfranchised drifter, as they meet and join together for a thousand-mile odyssey which takes them through the back roads, hidden passages and trap doors of Ronald Reagan’s America. But despite their best efforts, all roads lead back to their terrifying pasts and to a final stand that will determine whether their love can survive their otherness.

Cast

  • Taylor Russell
  • Timothée Chalamet
  • Mark Rylance
  • Jessica Harper
  • Michael Stuhlbarg
  • Chloë Sevigny
  • David Gordon Green
  • André Holland

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Verified Review
#lovestory
#intense
#indiehit
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Love this movie. Taylor Russell was great. Timothée Chalamet as always AMAZING. Luca and Timothée should make more movies together.

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Maria L
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It’s about what they have in common to create trust and love.

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Pamela P

Metacritic

90
Nov 27, 2022

Bones and All deftly segues between teenage romance, hinterland tableaux and genuinely unsettling encounters.

Tara Brady
The Irish Times
80
Nov 27, 2022

Throughout, Guadagnino audaciously but successfully balances some gut-wrenchingly grim and gory scenes with moments of genuine tenderness.

Nick Levine
NME
75
Nov 23, 2022

Bones and All plays out as a can’t-look-away, riveting experience for most of its running time. It’s easy to get entranced by its modestly sumptuous imagery, the believable chemistry of the volatile couple, and even the rattling bluntness of the graphic sequences.

Metacritic review by Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar
RogerEbert.com