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Bones and All Movie Releases Red Band Clip

With tickets now on sale, United Artists Releasing has released a disturbing new clip from the Bones and All movie. You can watch the Red Band clip via the player below and check out our review here.

Opening in select theaters on November 18 and everywhere on November 23, the Bones and All movie is rated R for strong, bloody, and disturbing violent content, language throughout, some sexual content, and brief graphic nudity.

Bones and All Movie Releases Red Band Clip

Bones and All is 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 embark on a thousand-mile odyssey.

The journey 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.

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From Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name) comes a love story as sublimely tender as it is dark and uncanny. It is a road trip of discovery between two American misfits who share a fierce, all-consuming appetite that sets them apart and sends them on the run, even as they long to find a home where they can belong.

Their renegade journey begins in the 1980s with young Maren, born with a secret and driven by an inexplicable hunger outside all normal human bounds. Unable to be like others, she moves from town to town and has long felt like an irredeemable outcast.

When her heartbroken father decides he can no longer help her, Maren has no choice but to head out on her own. Then, she discovers she is not alone. There are others like her. Others know this same overpowering need.

Others like Lee, a small-town rebel who helps her survive, who grows ever closer to her, who sees beyond her forbidden desires, even as they become dangerously vulnerable to one another.

Though their condition is one of chilling horror, Guadagnino takes the story of Maren and Lee well beyond the confines of genre. Their cravings are treated as neither monstrous nor gothic but simply their unavoidable fates.

And as the odyssey unfolds, their tale turns into something else: a liberating road odyssey of two young people coming into their own, searching for identity, and chasing beauty in a perilous world that cannot abide who they are.

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For Guadagnino, the characters’ sudden and threatening hunger for flesh was never about breaking taboos for the shock value but the very opposite: it was about empathizing with those who are lost, those who can’t fit in and must wander on the fringes, those who are thoroughly rejected by society yet accepted by one another.

He says the Bones and All movie is “about impossible love, about the disenfranchised, and about the dream of finding a home.”

He continues, “It’s a story of two young people finding that there’s no such thing as home for them, so they’ll have to reinvent it. Maren and Lee search for their identities under extreme circumstances, but the questions they ask are universal: who am I, what do I want? How can I escape this feeling of destiny I’m carrying? How can I find a connection with someone else?”

The movie was written by David Kajganich, who adapted from Camille DeAngelis’ novel. The film’s production companies are Frenesy Film Company and Per Capita Productions, which are associated with The Apartment Pictures, Memo Films, and 3 Marys Entertainment.