All of Us Strangers

2023
9.3
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Title: All of Us Strangers

Original Title: All of Us Strangers

Year: 2023

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Release Dates

  • UK: January 26 2024
  • United States: December 22 2023

Plot

Adam, played by Andrew Scott, who works as a screenwriter, has a chance encounter with his mysterious neighbor Harry, played by Paul Mescal. After the encounter, Adam returns to his childhood home and discovers that his parents, who died many years ago, are still alive and are still the same age as the day they died.

One night, in his almost empty tower in modern-day London, Adam's life will be turned upside down. As a relationship develops with his neighbor, Adam becomes troubled by memories of the past and returns to his hometown and his childhood home where his parents, played by Claire Foy and Jamie Bell, appear to be alive, just as they were on the day of their death, 30 years earlier and Adam will have to discover what has happened.

Searchlight Pictures presents 'All of Us Strangers' in association with Film4 and TSG Entertainment, a Blueprint Pictures production, produced by Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin and Sarah Harvey. Written and directed by Andrew Haigh and inspired by the novel 'Strangers' by Taichi Yamada. Cinematography by Jamie D. Ramsay, SASC, with production design by Sarah Finlay, costume design by Sarah Blenkinsop, and hair and makeup by Zoe Clare Brown. The editor is Jonathan Alberts, ACE, with music by Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch.

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'All of Us Strangers' is showing in 53 today, including:

Awards

  • 2024 Golden Globes: 1 0
  • 2024 BAFTA Awards: 6 0

Cast

Director:

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Other adaptations

Adaptation of the novel 'Strangers' by Taichi Yamada, a book that also inspired the 1988 film 'Ijin-tachi to no natsu'.

The most personal

The film's director and screenwriter, Andrew Haigh, claims that it is his most personal work.

LGBT repertoire

The three actresses who have played the Queen of England in 'The Crown' have appeared in at least one LGBT film or television series, Claire Foy in this film, Olivia Colman in 'Heartstopper' and Imelda Staunton in 'Pride'.

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