“Bones and All” starring Timothee Chalamet, captivates viewers during its Venice premiere; Receives an 8.5 minute standing ovation

An 8.5-minute standing ovation was given for the movie Bones and All, which stars Timothée Chalamet

Bones and All earned an 8.5-minute standing ovation, the longest and most fervent of the festival thus far. It reunites Timothée Chalamet with his Call Me By Your Name director. Bones and All was adapted by David Kajganich from Camille DeAngelis’ book of the same name. This movie is about “Maren (Russell) and Lee (Chalamet), two unexpected friends who get together in the 1980s in America’s Midwest after Maren is left by her father.”

Deadline reports that following its global premiere screening this evening.  Timothée Chalamet-Taylor Russell blockbuster from Luca Guadagnino garnered a 10-minute standing ovation. “Luca! Luca! Luca!” chants from the crowd caused a delay in the start of the following competition film for the evening.


Chalamet represents Lee, a pale young man who travels by car with a woman who has a similar traumatic history to him. Self-discovery and murder are prominent themes throughout the adventure. While seducing a man in a scene at a carnival, Lee makes it appear as though he is bisexual, but the man ultimately falls in love with Maren.

Mark Rylance, Michael Stuhlbarg, Andra Holland, Jessica Harper, Chloe Sevigny, Francesca Scorsese, and David Gordon Green make up the supporting cast.

The history of Guadagnino and the Venice Film Festival is extensive. Furthermore, the Protagonists, his feature film debut, had its debut at the 1999 festival.

On November 23, MGM will release “Bones and All” in cinemas.