Monday morning in Venice. The sun beats down mercilessly from the sky. But since eight in the morning, hundreds of girls have been camped in front of the Palazzo del Cinema, the place where all the big premieres of the world's oldest film festival take place. The first edition was in 1932.
But even Venice has not experienced as much screeching and hustle and bustle as this year for a long time. On Friday, 26-year-old Timothée Chalamet caused a hurricane of enthusiasm. In a backless, blood-red pants suit, he threw himself uncontrollably into the crowd. Made selfies, signed on bare arms and was hugged extensively. In his drama "Bones and All" he plays a young man with a special inclination: he likes to eat human flesh.