THE WASHINGTON POST
“This delicate debut feature amasses a wealth of quiet images that speak volumes.”
THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Gorgeously photographed … this subtly powerful piece of minimalist cinema exerts a haunting spell.”
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
Oona, a young woman dealing with the loss of her mother, reaches out to a stranger: Mani, a mysterious homeless man of Middle-Eastern origin, whom she invites to stay in her garden shed. Despite the space between them, Oona and Mani gradually form an unusual intimacy. This delicate and compelling film, set on the south coast of England, explores themes of friendship, grief and human vulnerability.
Starring Bridget Collins and Adeel Akhtar (FOUR LIONS, Channel 4's UTOPIA), STRANGER THINGS won the Grand Jury Prizes at Slamdance, Raindance, and Woodstock.