Timothee Chalamet he felt cut off from the world in the early days of the pandemic. then it came Luca Guadagnino, whom the actor saw as a father figure, when they filmed call me by your name, and presented him with a new project. It would be another young romance movie that would also take place in the 1980s. But instead of Italy, they would go to the middle of America. And the lovers would be cannibals.
The movie Bones and All premiered Friday at the 2022 Venice Film Festival, where it is one of the titles in competition. Chalamet and Guadagnino met before the premiere to chat about the film with other cast members.
It is a work that moves away from the previous work of the director of films such as blinded by the sun Y I am love, becoming the first film Guadagnino shot in the United States, something he said he wanted to do for a while. His old collaborator, the screenwriter David Kajganichcame with him with an adaptation of the novel for young people by Camille DeAngelis Bones and All and saw in it the opportunity to make a film about identity and marginalized people.
“I was dying to work with Luca once again and tell a story that was well grounded”said Chalamet, who took a break from filming Dunes 2 to go to Venice. Crowds of fans descended on the docks of the Excelsior Hotel to see the star, who posed for some selfies.
In Bones and All, Chalamet did more than just act: He helped bring his character Lee from an “alpha male” to a “banshee”, what he said was very attractive to him, and it was also film producer.
“Luca is fatherly to me and guided me through that process on this occasion,” he said. “I couldn’t say that I helped organize schedules or anything like that. But it’s something I want to keep doing.”
The characters of ‘Bones and All’
Chalamet’s character is a supporting character, the protagonist is Maren, who manages to accept her disgusting impulses and is played by the actress from waves taylor russella debutante with the Guadagnino family that has regulars like Michael Stuhlberg, who plays a dark cannibal they meet on the road, and Chloe Sevigny.
“It’s Taylor’s movie, she does an amazing job making it,” Chalamet said.
The analysis of their characters and the loneliness they face in the world led them both to think about what it means to be young now.
“I can’t imagine what it’s like to grow up with the carnage of social media”Chalamet said. “I think it’s hard to be alive now. I think social collapse is in the air. Smells like that. And without being pretentious, I hope that’s why these movies matter, because the role of the artist is to shine a light on what is happening”.
Taylor Russell added: “It’s so scary. The hope is that you can find your own compass in the midst of all that.”
The film includes new original music by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross whom Guadagnino challenged to “find the sound of a road trip” and “the sound of the American landscape.” And it’s also full of 1980s music like Joy Division, New Order and KISS, which were chosen from a box of cassettes Kajganich found from when he was a teenager.
“The ones that made me smile or cry were left in the script,” Kajganich said. B.Ones and All opens in North American theaters on November 23.
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