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All of Us Strangers (15)

Fri 09 Feb 2024 - Thu 22 Feb 2024


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Rated 15


£8* Standard | £5* Student / Under 25s


Various (See dates below)

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All of Us Strangers (15)

Dir. Andrew Haigh
2023 | 105 mins | UK
Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Claire Foy, Jamie Bell


  • Fri 09 Feb: 12pm | 8.45pm
  • Sat 10 Feb: 2.40pm | 7.40pm
  • Sun 11 Feb: 2pm* | 7.40pm
  • Mon 12 Feb: 2.30pm | 8.10pm
  • Tue 13 Feb: 10.45am | 8.10pm*
  • Wed 14 Feb: 2.30pm | 7.30pm
  • Thu 15 Feb: 2.30pm | 8pm
  • Fri 16 Feb: 10.45am | 5.30pm
  • Sat 17 Feb: 8.30pm
  • Sun 18 Feb: 1pm
  • Mon 19 Feb: 2.30pm*
  • Tue 20 Feb: 8pm
  • Wed 21 Feb: 5.30pm
  • Thu 22 Feb: 5.30pm

*These screenings include Descriptive Subtitles

Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Claire Foy and Jamie Bell star in 45 Years and Weekend director Andrew Haigh’s hauntingly beautiful new film, a striking adaptation of Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel Strangers.

Adam (Scott), a melancholy screenwriter living in a nearly-empty London high rise, strikes up a new relationship with his mysterious neighbour Harry (Mescal). At the same time, he makes a miraculous, supernatural discovery at his old family home in the suburbs – one that keeps him returning again and again, and offers him the potential to re-tread and salve old wounds.

Using a metaphysical conceit to meditate on love, grief and the intense distress of a profound loss, touching on mental health and addiction issues, Haigh’s poignant, carefully modulated ghost story revisits the fears and traumas of a specific generation of gay men while illuminating the human condition more broadly. With superb performances, from Scott and Mescal in particular, All of Us Strangers is a sublime, uncommonly perceptive and emotional film.

Contains flashing images which may be unsuitable for viewers with photosensitive epilepsy.

Exeter was awarded UNESCO City of Literature designation in 2019 in recognition of “outstanding contributions to culture and creativity.” – Since then, Exeter City of Literature has produced the first printed literary map of Exeter and Devon, brought internationally renowned authors to the city, and formed the Partnership Network, a group of almost 30 organisations working in literary programming in and around Exeter, including Exeter Phoenix. Find out more about Exeter City of Literature here >>

∆ BBFC Rating Details:

15 – strong sexual detail, sex, drug misuse, very strong language


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