Before it makes its way to the big screen next year, All of Us Strangers is already leaving a mark on the way to the awards season. The film starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal has won three British Independent Film Awards, including Best Cinematography for Jamie D. Ramsay, Best Music Supervision for Connie Farr and Best Editing for Jonathan Alberts.
Andrew Haigh was the director behind the movie, which follows the relationship between Adam (Andrew Scott) and Harry (Paul Mescal). The complicated aspect of the story comes as Adam feels drawn back to the house he grew up in, where he apparently meets his parents again, with the couple looking the way they did when they passed away decades prior.
The film premiered at this year’s edition of the Telluride Film Festival, where it was met with a positive reception, including from our own Joey Magidson here. It was then screened at this year’s edition of the New York Film Festival, as it continues its path to its eventual release for the public. Adam is about to confront his past in an emotional drama by Andrew Haigh.
Andrew Scott is mostly known for his performance as Jim Moriarty in the BBC series, Sherlock. As Sherlock Holmes’ (Benedict Cumberbatch) greatest enemy, Moriarty came up with complicated plans to take the detective down. On the other hand, Mescal was praised for his work on last year’s Aftersun, a drama about a woman trying to make peace with her relationship with her father, receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter