While looking for her mother, Maren (Taylor Russell) meets Lee (Timothée Chalamet), a young vagabond with whom she falls in love. The duo will become a couple and, in the back alleys of deep America, embark on a love and bloody road trip with no return.
Surprise success in Venice
Signed by Luca Guadagnino (Call me by your Name, Suspiria), this gory romance that frequently casts glances at Jarmusch took the Venice Film Festival by surprise. As a result of this unexpected shock, a Silver Lion for Best Director for Guadagnino and a Best New Talent Award for the young Taylor Russell (Escape Game, Lost in Space).
Too radical for the general public?
The radicalism of Bones and all (“The bones and all the rest”) and its extreme violence – which earned it a ban for those under 16 – divided critics. Despite the presence of the ultra-bankable Timothée Chalamet (Dune, Don't Look up) and a fine cast (Mark Rylance, Michael Stuhlbarg, Chloë Sevigny), the film only attracted a little over 70 000 spectators France. The world box office is also starving with 14.5 million dollars in revenue.
On Blu-Ray, Bones and all will be offered with a Dolby Atmos VOST and a Dolby Digital 5.1 VF. The same Blu-Ray will be accompanied by no less than five bonuses, here is the list:
• A dive into the heart of the film
• Luca Guadagnino: his vision of Bones and all
• Meeting Lee
• Meeting Maren
• Misfits in love
Pre-orders for the film are already open.