All of Us Strangers

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All of Us Strangers is an evocative and thought-provoking film about grief, loss, love, and human relationships, with a brilliant Andrew Scott in the leading role.

The film follows Adam (Andrew Scott), a screenwriter in his early 40s who lives alone in a modern city apartment in London. He is haunted by childhood memories and the loss of his parents, who were killed in a car accident when he was 12 years old. One day, Adam decides to take the train to the suburban neighborhood where he grew up to visit his childhood home. To his astonishment, he discovers that his parents still live there, just as they did on the day they died. Initially, Adam is overjoyed to be reunited with his parents, but he soon realizes that the reunion is too good to be true.

At the same time, Adam meets a mysterious neighbor. Harry is charming and flirtatious, and Adam is immediately drawn to him. As they begin to date, Adam opens up to Harry in a way he has never done before.

All of Us Strangers is beautifully filmed and has an atmospheric ambiance. Director Andrew Haigh creates a sense of disorientation and suspense. The film's use of color, light, and shadow is particularly striking. Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal (Aftersun) are perfect in their roles, adding depth and nuance to the characters.


Andrew Haigh (b. 1973) is a British filmmaker known for Weekend (2011). Haigh's work focuses on intimacy and identity, and he excels at single-protagonist stories and uses long takes. His films yield award-worthy performances, like Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling's in 45 Years (2015).


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2015 45 Years
2011 Weekend
2009 Greek Pete

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