Netflix’s To The Bone Gets A New Inspiring Trailer Netflix’s To The Bone Gets A New Inspiring Trailer
Ticking off her second Netflix Original movie this year, Lily Collins is set to star in the streaming company’s latest film, To The Bone.... Netflix’s To The Bone Gets A New Inspiring Trailer

Ticking off her second Netflix Original movie this year, Lily Collins is set to star in the streaming company’s latest film, To The Bone. Looking every bit the role in which she has literally thrown herself in at the deep end – with a massive weight loss all part of the role – this could well be the role that defines Collins’ career so far.

You can watch the trailer below.

Ellen is an unruly, 20-year-old anorexic girl who spent the better part of her teenage years being shepherded through various recovery programs, only to find herself several pounds lighter every time. Determined to find a solution, her dysfunctional family agrees to send her to a group home for youths, which is led by a non-traditional doctor. Surprised by the unusual rules—and charmed by her fellow patients—Ellen has to discover for herself how to confront her addiction and attempt self-acceptance, in order to stand a chance against her demons.

Television veteran Marti Noxon brings her aptitude for storytelling to her remarkable debut feature, tackling the challenges of self-esteem with a refreshingly humorous—yet painstakingly honest—voice. Featuring a career-making performance by Lily Collins, and pitch-perfect supporting roles by Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, and Lili Taylor, To the Bone subverts expectations at every turn with its razor-sharp script, and its undiluted look at what young women face in living up to both society’s expectations of beauty, and their own.

To The Bone streams on Netflix from 14th July.

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