Lone wolf screenwriter Adam (Andrew Scott, Fleabag) faces writer’s block at work in his flat on the outskirts of London. An unexpected companionship arrives in the form of the kindly young Harry (Paul Mescal, Normal People), a neighbour with whom Adam finds instant attraction and kinship. Turning back to photographs of his formative years, Adam then embarks on an emotional pilgrimage to his childhood home. Arriving in town, he is astonished to find his late parents (Jamie Bell, Billy Elliot, and Claire Foy, The Crown)- who tragically died decades earlier – as they were when he was young, ready to welcome him home.
This instant queer classic from celebrated director Andrew Haigh (Weekend, 45 Years) is a stunning, emotionally cathartic reflection on coming to terms with grief and overcoming loneliness, and a sincerely affecting testament to the life-altering, profoundly vulnerable processes of coming out and falling in love. Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal share electric chemistry in this heart breaking, unforgettable and altogether otherworldly multi-award-nominated tearjerker.
“Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott tremendous in a beautiful fantasy-romance”
THE GUARDIAN ★★★★★
“All of Us Strangers’ is a ghost story, a gay romance and the year’s best movie”
“From the directing to the script to the acting, All of Us Strangers is a film that will stay with you long after you watch it”