All of Us Strangers

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Reviews praise Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott’s ‘devastatingly good’ gay film.

All of Us Strangers are in, and it looks set to become one of the most popular queer films in recent memory.

All of Us Strangers follows Fleabag’s Scott as Adam, a mildly depressed screenwriter in his mid-forties. He seems to keep running into his mysterious neighbour Harry, played by Aftersun’s Paul Mescal, in the London tower block where they both live.

As their relationship blossoms, Adam is drawn back to his home in a suburban area of Croydon, where he encounters his parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell) as ghosts, looking exactly the same as they did when they died, 30 years before.

Through his paranormal encounters, Adam manages to come out to his mother and father, and begins to immerse himself in his romance with Harry. He’s also able to ask his deceased parents the questions he never got an answer to when they were alive.

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