All of Us Strangers made quite a splash following its premiere in Telluride, and Searchlight Pictures is finally giving us a taste of things to come. The first trailer is finally here, and it sees Andrew Scott being haunted by the ghosts of his past after meeting a mysterious stranger, played by Paul Mescal.
The first trailer for All of Us Strangers takes us to a near-empty tower block in London, where Adam (Andrew Scott) forges a connection with his mysterious neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal).
Their chance encounter punctures the rhythm of Adam’s everyday life and he suddenly finds himself being drawn back to the suburban town where he grew up, only to find his late parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell) still living there, like no time has passed since they died 30 years ago.
All of Us Strangers is based on Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel Strangers and it marks the second adaptation of this acclaimed book. Andrew Haigh, the acclaimed director of Weekend and 45 Years, was in charge of adapting it to the big screen this time around.
All of Us Strangers was met with critical acclaim after having its world premiere at the 50th Telluride Film Festival last month. It’s scheduled to be released by Searchlight Pictures on December 22.