All of Us Strangers

Directed by Andrew Haigh

Adam is a screenwriter living in London. He strikes up an uneasy acquaintance with his mysterious neighbour Harry, which edges towards something more intimate. At the same time, on visiting his old family home, he discovers something quite strange and beautiful, which keeps him returning time and again. But as the days continue, Adam begins to question the turn his life has taken and whether it is to his detriment.

Andrew Scott’s central performance once again shows why he is regarded as one of our finest actors. Paul Mescal is sublime as Harry, while Jamie Bell and Claire Foy’s performances elicit some of the film’s most striking emotional notes.

Andrew Haigh’s script sprinkles a sense of foreboding lightly over the proceedings, while his searching portrait of relationships is everything we have come to expect from the exceptional writer-director of Weekend and 45 Years.

 

This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy

Duration:
105 minutes

Languages:
English

Country of origin:
Great Britain

Year of production:
2023

  • AD – Audio Description is delivered pre-recorded via a headset. The description is provided during any gaps in dialogue or sound effects.
  • CAP- Caption Subtitled, are English language subtitles that are embedded into the screening, this includes a written description of sounds or audible components.

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