Nominated for six BAFTA awards including Outstanding British Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress (Claire Foy) and Best Supporting Actor (Paul Mescal).
One night in his near-empty London tower block, screenwriter Adam has a chance encounter with mysterious neighbor Harry, puncturing the rhythm of his everyday life. As a relationship develops between them, Adam finds himself drawn back to his childhood home, where his parents appear to be living just as they were on the day they died 30 years ago.
Cast: Andrew Scott, Jamie Bell, Claire Foy, Paul Mescal
Director: Andrew Haigh
★★★★★ "All Of Us Strangers that enter the cinema to watch this film, will find themselves bonded from that shared experience of witnessing a truly stunning piece of filmmaking and storytelling." FLICK FEAST
★★★★★ "Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott spark in a masterful love story of loneliness and healing." TIME OUT
★★★★★ "This striking, beautiful, unfairly tragic film is a haunting lullaby that may speak to a certain audience specifically and profoundly, but should prove universally affecting all the same." AU REVIEW
★★★★★ "beautiful and cathartic" SCREEN HUB
★★★★★ "a gut-wrenching reflection on grief that will leave few dry eyes in cinemas" FLICKERING MYTH
★★★★★ "It shimmers, and it aches." DAILY TELEGRAPH UK
★★★★★ "a very moving piece of work, and a testament to the power of love" TOTAL FILM
★★★★★ "An enormously satisfying and affecting experience." GUARDIAN
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