Part of Andrew Haigh's curated collection for Curzon Home Cinema.
"Another British director I really admire. She is so singular in her vision and that is always enthralling to watch" - Andrew Haigh, director of 'Lean on Pete'
Hailed as the British debut of the year on its release, 'Unrelated' established director Joanna Hogg ('Exhibition', 'Archipelago') as a major new talent.
A forty-something woman leaves her partner at home and joins the family of an old friend at a Tuscan villa. Rather than the adults, she finds herself drawn to the company of the teenagers, but she can never really be part of either group.
Kathryn Worth gives a highly praised performance as the awkward outsider Anna, and Tom Hiddleston also shines as the manipulative eldest son, Oakley.
★★★★ "A surprising, sensitive and compelling study of upper middle-class mores and middle-age hang-ups" - Dave Calhoun, Time Out
★★★★ "What an exhilarating, fascinating film this is" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian