In 'All Of Us Strangers,' coming home is bittersweet : Pop Culture Happy Hour The movie All of Us Strangers is a wistful fantasy drama that tells two intersecting stories about different kinds of love: One between a son and his long-deceased parents; the other of two lonely men and neighbors who long for connection. Directed by Andrew Haigh, the film stars Andrew Scott as Adam, a TV writer living a lonely existence in London, and Paul Mescal as his neighbor Harry. Adam's parents are played by Claire Foy and Jamie Bell.

In 'All Of Us Strangers,' coming home is bittersweet

In 'All Of Us Strangers,' coming home is bittersweet

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Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal in a scene from All of Us Strangers. Parisa Taghizadeh/Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal in a scene from All of Us Strangers.

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The movie All of Us Strangers is a wistful fantasy drama that tells two intersecting stories about different kinds of love: One between a son and his long-deceased parents; the other of two lonely men and neighbors who long for connection. Directed by Andrew Haigh, the film stars Andrew Scott as Adam, a TV writer living a lonely existence, in London and Paul Mescal as his neighbor Harry. Adam's parents are played by Claire Foy and Jamie Bell.