It’s rare to find such a strong feeling of humanism in a horror film, even if the true meaning of horror is up to interpretation, but if anyone can do it, it’s Luca Guadagnino. The Call Me By Your Name director has one again joined forces with Timothée Chalamet to bring audiences an unconventional love story that you are simply unable to get out of your head, even long after you’ve left the theater.
Taylor Russell Stars as Maren, who harbors a secret that is, quite literally, eating her up inside. After being abandoned by her father, Maren is forced to go off on her own to find a place where she belongs. It’s somewhere down the road that she meets Timothée’s Lee, who shares her secret. Within each other they find a solace that they never expected to have with another person. The two connect with each other through everything from car rides to carnival rides, and as their time together stretches on they begin to learn that they are not as alone in the world as they once thought. At its very core, the film shows a story of first love in its most vulnerable light. Combine it with the magic of Guadagnino’s directing and Chalamet and Russell’s unparalleled performances, and it’s truly not something you’ll want to miss.
We sat down with the unparalleled cast and crew of Bones and All, check out the conversation below!