Andrew Scott And Paul Mescal Are Playing Lovers In Andrew Haigh’s Adaptation Of Taichi Yamada’s Strangers

Andrew Scott And Paul Mescal Are Playing Lovers In Andrew Haigh’s Adaptation

Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal are playing lovers in Andrew Haigh’s adaptation of Taichi Yamada’s Strangers. The film follows a tale about grief, existential loneliness, and unending longing for human connection, also yes they do explore each other’s bodies.

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What Is The Plot Of Andrew Haigh’s Strangers?

The film also stars Claire Foy and Jamie Bell. Directed by Andrew Haigh. Strangers plot follows, Screenwriter Adam (Andrew Scott) who, one night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, has a chance encounter with his mysterious neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal) that punctures the rhythm of his everyday life. As Adam and Harry get closer, Adam is pulled back to his childhood home where he discovers that his long-dead parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell) are both living and look the same age as the day they died over 30 years ago.

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Produced by Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin, and Sarah Harvey. Searchlight Pictures, Film4, and Blueprint Pictures are partnering on the project. Sarah Harvey. Blueprint’s Ben Knight and Diarmuid McKeown are exec producing alongside Ollie Madden, Daniel Battsek, and Farhana Bhula for Film4.

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‘Strangers’ release date is TBA.

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Source: (Via Variety)

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