All Of Us Strangers

15

Contains flashing images that may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

Adam is a screenwriter living a lonely life in London. Though it has been many years since his parents died, he continues to grieve their deaths from a car accident when he was 12.

One night he encounters Harry, a resident in his block of flats who lives a similarly isolated life, and the two forge a connection. After he visits his childhood home, Adam begins to have visions of parents. Through his growing bond with Harry, Adam starts to confront his incomplete relationship with his parents, hoping that he can finally let them go.

Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal give measured but powerful performances in this heartbreaking, gentle romantic drama. Adapted from the novel Strangers by Taichi Yamada, writer-director Andrew Haigh uses fantastical elements to tell a personal and emotional story about love and loss.

“Emotional and lyrical, All of Us Strangers is a meditation on what it means to really be a human.” Vox

“Mescal matches Scott look for look, anguish for anguish… Both are open-hearted performances, fearless in laying bare their sensitive souls.” AV Club

“a flawless film that reaches for the stars, and gets there” Empire

“An enormously satisfying and affecting experience.” The Guardian

“All of Us Strangers will break your heart — but it just might mend it too.” Entertainment Weekly

15: strong sexual detail, sex, drug misuse, very strong language

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