Searchlight Pictures' drama "All of Us Strangers" released its final trailer!
It arrives in selected theaters just before Christmas, and stars Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Claire Foy, and Jamie Bell.
Searchlight Pictures' fantasy romantic drama "All of Us Strangers" debuted a new, final trailer two days ago. This happened before it hit theaters in just over two weeks.
The drama with Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal in the lead roles has been praised by many critics, and it is the new title of the well-known visionary director Andrew Haigh ( My Friend Pete, Searching: The Movie, 45 years ), who also adapted the screenplay of the novel Strangers by Taichi Yamada from 1987.
What can we expect?
It is generally a good sign when the movie's trailer doesn't give much details and information. That is certainly the case with "All of Us Strangers". The dreamlike nature of the trailer is the perfect way to intrigue audiences without being so vague there is nothing to look forward to.
Adam ( Scott ) one evening in a neighborhood of modern London accidentally meets a mysterious neighbor Harry ( Mescal ) who immediately makes a big impression on him. The men begin a relationship, but Adam is haunted by memories of the past so out of curiosity, he returns to the suburban town he grew up in to find his old house. However, there he finds his deceased parents ( Claire Foy and Jamie Bell ) who are more than alive and in the same condition as they were on the day they died 30 years earlier. Adam will thus get the chance to re-create a relationship with his parents, the kind he never had the chance to have. It sounds interesting but also weird.
Along with Haigh, the creative team of the film consists of Graham Broadbent, Sarah Harvey, and Peter Czernin, who are also the producers of this moving drama. "All of Us Strangers" arrives in selected theaters on December 22.
This film will be available to stream on Hulu, where other recent Searchlight Pictures films such as Theater Camp and Chevalier are available to stream.
Post By: Vanessa F.