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All My Friends Hate Me
A deliciously dark comedy about social paranoia that will have you joyfully squirming in your seat.
Comedy 2021 94 mins
Director: Andrew Gaynord
Pete (Tom Stourton) is ready to leave his youthful indulgences behind and settle down with his girlfriend, Sonia (Charly Clive). When his university friends invite him for a country weekend away to celebrate his birthday he finds their immature ways haven’t changed and he’s baffled by their spontaneous invitation to a feral stranger from the local pub to join them. With the atmosphere turning from tense to terrifying to surreal, Pete reaches breaking point. Is he being punished? Is he being paranoid? Or is he just part of some sick joke?
Andrew Gaynord’s debut feature, with a razor sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, and featuring a cast of rising British talent, All My Friends Hate Me is a deliciously dark comedy about social paranoia that will have you joyfully squirming in your seat.
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