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All Of Us Strangers  2023
Strangers
Director:  Andrew Haigh
Producer:
  Graham Broadbent, Peter Czernin and Sarah Harvey
Art Director:
  Luke Deering
Editor:
  Jonathan Alberts
Music:
  Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch
Screenplay:
  Andrew Haigh, based on the novel 異人たちとの夏 / Ijintachi To No Natsu / Strangers by Taichi Yamada
Director of Photography:
  Jamie Ramsay
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Cast:
spacer1 Andrew Scott
spacer1 Paul Mescal
people1 Jamie Bell
spacer1 Claire Foy
spacer1 Carter John Grout
spacer1 Ami Tredrea
spacer1 Cameron Ashplant
Uncredited
spacer1 Jack Cronin
Uncredited
spacer1 Lincoln R. Beckett
Uncredited
spacer1 Christian Di Sciullo
Uncredited
spacer1 Oliver Franks
Uncredited
spacer1 Hussein Kutsi
Uncredited
spacer1 Andrew Scott spacer1 Paul Mescal people1 Jamie Bell
spacer1 Claire Foy spacer1 Carter John Grout spacer1 Ami Tredrea
spacer1 Cameron Ashplant spacer1 Jack Cronin spacer1 Lincoln R. Beckett
spacer1 Christian Di Sciullo spacer1 Oliver Franks spacer1 Hussein Kutsi
spacer1 Andrew Scott spacer1 Paul Mescal
people1 Jamie Bell spacer1 Claire Foy
spacer1 Carter John Grout spacer1 Ami Tredrea
spacer1 Cameron Ashplant spacer1 Jack Cronin
spacer1 Lincoln R. Beckett spacer1 Christian Di Sciullo
spacer1 Oliver Franks spacer1 Hussein Kutsi

Synopsis:
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.
Review:
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.

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