All Of Us Strangers sets digital debut for next week

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Andrew Haigh’s brilliant, blistering drama All Of Us Strangers will hit digital platforms next week. More on that news below. 

All Of Us Strangers is an early contender for the film of the year. Andrew Haigh’s drama is a brilliantly complex and devastating look at grief and Andrew Scott shines in the lead role. 

Scott plays Adam, a struggling writer, who has a chance encounter with a fellow neighbour of an empty London tower block, Harry (Paul Mescal). As the two explore their undeniable connection, Adam also begins to visit his childhood home, where, much to his surprise, his parents are still living, despite having died some 30 years ago.  

The film was critically acclaimed, with Scott’s performance particularly praised and rightfully so. Our own Simon Brew said this in his kind-of-review: “I think films like these come along a couple of times a decade if we’re lucky: it’s not a film of the year conversation, it’s a lot more than that.”

If you missed All Of Us Strangers in cinemas, you can watch it from the comfort of your own home next week. 

All Of Us Strangers arrives on digital platforms on 12th March. No official word on a physical release yet, but we do have a very exciting interview with writer-director Andrew Haigh in our latest issue where he spills the beans on making All Of Us Strangers

Haigh’s film was recently nominated for six BAFTAs and it also took home seven British Independent Film Awards. The film was completely shut out of the Oscars, which tends to celebrate bigger and flashier films than Haigh’s quiet, contemplative drama, but make no mistake, this is a film well worth your time. 

All Of Us Strangers will be available digitally on 12th March. 

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