“A quasi-memory film with the out-of-body feel of a waking dream, All of Us Strangers [featuring cinematography by Jamie D. Ramsay, SASC] is in some ways a companion piece to Andrew Haigh’s stunning 2011 breakthrough, Weekend. But it also feels like something new, strange and soul-stirring that the director has been working toward his entire career.

Adapting the 1987 novel Strangers, by Japanese author Taichi Yamada, Haigh has rendered the story acutely personal, making the protagonist a queer writer in his 40s and downplaying the ghost elements of his dead parents to move away from genre into more dramatic, psychological and profoundly emotional territory.”

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