Despite receiving no Oscar nominations this season, All of Us Strangers was unquestionably one of the year’s greatest films.
The film has gained praise from both viewers and critics since its premiere, and fans in the United States will be able to stream it on Hulu beginning February 22, with a digital release following on the same day.
However, fans in the UK will have to wait a little longer since Disney+ has yet to clarify when the film will be accessible via stream.
All of Us Strangers | Official Trailer
Paul Mescal & Andrew Scott have only eyes for each other in the latest ‘All of Us Strangers’ trailer.
The All of Us Strangers trailer shows the story of two young men from London whose paths cross fatefully and lead to a deep, sensual relationship. ‘ The Title film stars Claire Foy and Jamie Bell as Adam’s deceased parents.
The trailer shows Adam visiting his childhood home after several decades only to find his parents, who died in an accident years ago, still present, confusing both Adam and viewers.
The film will be filled with beautifully executed shots and vivid colors as the couple falls deeper in love throughout the story. Adam also reconnects with his parents, forming an unexpected relationship.
All of Us Strangers is an early draft of the award-winning novel Strangers, released in 1987. Taichi Yamada’s Japanese novel was translated into English in 2003.
The Cast and Crew of the All of Us Strangers.
While only a few actors are listed for All of Us Strangers, this shift will undoubtedly benefit those who appear in the film since their talents will all be highlighted.
Adam’s odd admirer, Harry, is played by Paul Mescal, best known for his part as Connell in the Hulu exclusive series Normal People and his Oscar-nominated performance in Aftersun.
Mescal was recently seen in the sci-fi drama Foe with Saoirse Ronan. Mescal is next expected to play a significant role in Ridley Scott’s highly awaited sequel, Gladiator 2.
Claire Foy & Jamie Bell play Adam’s parents, who are not dead. Foy is best recognized for her breathtaking performance as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown and most recently appeared in Sarah Polley’s Oscar-winning movie Women Talking.