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Ends Thu, Feb 8


  • Dir. Andrew Haigh
  • UK
  • 2023
  • 105 min.
  • R
  • 4K DCP
  • Assistive Listening
  • Closed Captioning
  • Descriptive Audio
  • Hearing Loop

British director Andrew Haigh, whose 2011 feature breakthrough WEEKEND is among the most widely beloved queer romances of the 21st century, has returned with an expertly modulated, emotionally overwhelming love story suspended in a metaphysical realm. Adam (Andrew Scott), a melancholy screenwriter living alone in a newly built, nearly empty high-rise on the outskirts of London, meets and tentatively begins a passionate relationship with the more extroverted Harry (Paul Mescal), his apparent only neighbor in the building. At the same time, Adam begins another, parallel journey, venturing out to the city’s suburbs to confront his troubled past and perhaps reconcile his unsettled present. Adapted from a 1987 novel by Taichi Yamada, ALL OF US STRANGERS is uncommonly perceptive about the desires, fears, and traumas of a specific generation of gay men while extending into the universal—or perhaps the cosmic—in its depiction of familial love and estrangement. And in a quartet of superb performances, Scott, Mescal, Jamie Bell, and Claire Foy pierce straight to the heart. (Synopsis from the New York Film Festival)

“This sublime film aims to drink you up, stir you and send you back out in the real world equipped with something new, a spiritual potency you haven’t had before. It’s a masterpiece.” —Tomris Laffly, Screen Daily

“Feels like something new, strange and soul-stirring that the director has been working toward his entire career… A thing of beauty, heartfelt and unforgettable.” —David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter

“Heroically unabashed about the power of love, expressed through extraordinary photography…and a quartet of stars bouncing off each other to hit stratospheric acting highs. It shimmers, and it aches.” —Tim Robey, The Telegraph

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