Mostra Venezia, with a ‘gender fluid’ look and tricolor red carpet, the star Chalamet enhances the Lido

(from the correspondent Ilaria Floris) Bright red jumpsuit with a ‘hot’ back left totally uncovered, sunglasses, disheveled curls, a light-hearted look and, in front of it, a crowded audience like not seen for years. Timothée Chalamet’s red carpet brought adrenaline to the Venice Film Festival: acclaimed as the stars of the past, the French actor arrives on the red carpet, ‘escapes’ by surprise from the fans at the entrance, returns in front of the flashes, takes off and puts his glasses back on, smiles, winks, and the Lido ignites. With the arrival on the red carpet of Taylor Russell McKenzie, the co-star of ‘Bones and All’, the first Italian film in Competition at the Venice Film Festival directed by Luca Guadagnino, it becomes clear that the red of the actor’s look is part of a virtual ‘Italian flag: the Canadian actress is in fact dressed in white and green, and the embrace between the two reassembles the banner. On the red carpet also the director Guadagnino and the rest of the cast of the film, a story of love and cannibalism, horror and romantic.On the red carpet, tonight particularly animated and full of stars, inaugurated by the godmother Rocio Morales in fiery red and by the director Alberto Barbera, many faces of cinema and beyond. Among others Kabir Bedi, Nicholas Holt, the ‘professor’ of ‘La Casa di Carta’ Alvaro Morte, Luca Argentero and Cristina Marino, Luca Tomassini, Cecilia Rodriguez and Ignazio Moser, Enzo Miccio, Marika Pellegrinelli, Matilde Gioli.