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Timothée Chalamet’s new horror film “Bones and All” received an R rating

Bones and AlI’m described as a horror movie for adults. It is based on a book of the same name by Camille DeAngelis. The film plays Timothée Chalamet in one of her first horror roles. The film is directed by Luca Guadagnino. This director is best known for his recent re-imagination of Dario Argento He sighed.

of Guadagnino He sighed the remake was a beautiful one. He did a fantastic job of telling the story of witches in a very different way. He also managed to add a vicious and vicious ending that pushed violence and bleeding to another level. Anyone who does things in a bloody way is our friend.

That’s why it’s great to see Guadagnino take it Bones and all. It looks like it will be based on style and intense violence to push the narrative and we are incredibly here for that.


The story follows a young woman named Maren (Russsell) who has a secret desire to kill and eat the people who cross her path. She meets a loner named Lee (Chalamet) on the fringes of society. The two immediately find a kind of unpleasant comfort with each other. The two embark on an infernal journey of thousands of miles that takes them through the hidden and dangerous forests of Ronald Regan’s frantic America. The journey becomes a search for who each one really is, with often shocking and bloody results.

Bones and all R was rated for violent, bloody, and disturbing content, language throughout, sexual content, and brief nudity.

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