Francesca Scorsese, the daughter of eminent filmmaker Martin Scorsese, had shot a few scenes for the cannibal coming-of-age film Bones And All, directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell. However, according to an Instagram story of the 23-year-old, which read, “Rip Harmony lol,” her character was entirely cut out from the film. Scorsese later clarified, “For those asking, Harmony is no longer in the film, she had fun though!!”

This is not the first time the younger Scorsese has worked with Guadagnino. She was earlier a part of the cast of his series, We Are Who We Are, which premiered in 2020 to considerable critical acclaim.

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Chloë Sevigny, who starred in We Are Who Are alongside the New York Film Academy graduate, made a small appearance in Bones And All. Regarding the series, Sevigny told IndieWire, “I was in Italy, I was in my first trimester pregnant, and was so surprised by how the series turned out,” further adding, “I was so in love with it, I also thought it was one of the best things made for television in the past 10 years.”

The 48-year-old revealed that she was ready to work with Guadagnino in whatever capacity possible: “So Luca called and said, ‘I have a small but pivotal role for you in my new film. Will you come?’ And I was like, ‘I’ll come for anything, one line, no lines, whatever it is.’ I just wanted to be there to support his vision. I’m just a huge fan.”

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Bones and All premiered at the Venice Film Festival, where Guadagnino won the Silver Lion award for best director. The film has not yet managed to break even in terms of its budget and box office collection. However, if it continues playing in theatres during the holiday season, the producers can expect to home some profits.