Maren (Taylor Russell) has moved from city to city in the United States with her father (André Holland) and is struggling to find a place to belong. Her mother left them both when she was a small child. The misfit feels different from her fellow human beings and experiences an inexplicable, insatiable hunger. Because her behavior regularly gets her into big trouble and her father can no longer deal with the situation, he too decides to leave her to her fate.
Left to her own devices, Maren travels to Columbia by bus and soon realizes that there are people who feel the same way as she does. From the mysterious older man Sully (Mark Rylance) she learns that she recognizes her kind by their smell. But it’s not until she meets the rebellious Lee (Timothée Chalamet) that she feels close to another human being for the first time.
After the remake of the classic Suspiria, Luca Guadagnino returns to the realm of horror with his new film. At its core, Bones and All tells an extraordinary love story of two outsiders who don’t find their way in society and who help each other. The result is remarkable. The horror love story with a road movie character is atmospherically dense, reaches an immense intensity in its strongest moments, and has a really disturbing effect in some scenes. Attention Chalamet fans: Nothing for sensitive minds.