Andrew Haigh’s All of Us Strangers: First Trailer Delves into the Enigmatic World of Love and Memories (Q+)
The website features an article by Nancy Tartaglione, the International Box Office Editor and Senior Contributor at Deadline. The article, dated December 22, 2023, discusses Andrew Haigh’s romantic fantasy film, “All of Us Strangers.” The movie, loosely inspired by Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel “Strangers,” revolves around Adam (played by Andrew Scott) and his chance encounter with his neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal) in a contemporary London tower block. The narrative takes a surreal turn as Adam is drawn back to his childhood home, where his long-dead parents appear alive and unchanged from 30 years ago.
The film received acclaim at the Telluride Film Festival and has been showcased at various festivals, including New York, London, and AFI. The article highlights insights from the film’s editor, Jonathan Alberts, and director Andrew Haigh, who discuss the challenges of departing from the grounded reality usually found in Haigh’s films and the deeply personal nature of the project. “All of Us Strangers” won seven awards at the British Independent Film Awards and is nominated for multiple categories at the upcoming Film Independent Spirit Awards. The article also notes that Searchlight Pictures has initiated a limited domestic release of the film starting today.
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