Bones and All Parent Guide
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Bones and All
Rating & Content Info
Why is Bones and All rated R? Bones and All is rated R by the MPAA for strong, bloody and disturbing violent content, language throughout, some sexual content and brief graphic nudity.
This film contains grisly violence, sometimes in a sexualized context so Parent Previews will not be publishing a full review. We don’t expect our writers to have to sit through it. For your information, here’s content information provided by government rating agencies.
Violence: The movie is full of scenes of gory brutality. In one scene, a man kills another and pulls his organs out of his body before he dies. A man bites a corpse, pulling off strips of flesh with his teeth. Frequent bloody images include close ups of wounds, sometimes with details of blood and anatomy. A woman stabs an attacker. During a sexual act, a man slits the throat of his partner. A person bites someone’s finger and nearly severs it. A man beats someone to death with a tire iron off screen. There some jump scares and many moments of strong threat. There are references to child abuse in a domestic context. There are vague suicide references.
Sexual Content: There is some brief genital nudity. A man frightens a woman when he holds her down on a bed but there is no further assault. There is a scene of implied masturbation. There are brief views of graphic sexual images.
Profanity: There are over three dozen profanities in the film, including frequent use of the sexual expletive and occasional use of a very crude term for female genitalia. A homophobic slur is used as are terms of deity.
Drug/Alcohol Use: Two men use marijuana on screen.
Page last updated January 20, 2024
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Cast and Crew
Bones and All is directed by Luca Guadagnino and stars Timothée Chalamet, David Gordon Green, Taylor Russell.