BONES AND ALL – Review by Diane Carson

Bones and All uses cannibalism to argue for compassion. Of the many truly terrific fifteen films I saw at the Telluride Film Festival this past year, Bones and All is the only film I can not wholeheartedly recommend. For it presents, with some reserve, cannibals, those who in fact are the living eating the living. And director Luca Guadagnino introduces it without holding back in an early scene.

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