All My Friends Hate Me

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All My Friends Hate Me
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Directed byAndrew Gaynord
Written byTom Palmer
Tom Stourton
Produced byTom Palmer
Esme Hicks
CinematographyBen Moulden
Edited bySaam Hodivala
Music byWill Lowes
Joe Robbins
  • Totally Tom Films
  • Ravanburn Films
  • Endeavor Content
  • Fonic
  • Molten Keys
  • Ellipsis Pictures
Distributed by BFI Distribution
Release date
  • June 2021 (2021-06)(Tribeca)
Running time
93 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Box office$80,405 [1] [2]

All My Friends Hate Me is a 2021 British comedy horror film directed by Andrew Gaynord and written by Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton, who also stars in the film. [3] [4] It was released on 11 March 2022 in theatres with a digital release on March 25. It premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. [5]



Pete (Stourton) has returned from volunteering in a refugee camp and is celebrating the weekend of his 31st birthday at a country estate owned by his friend George (McGuire). [6] Pete's girlfriend Sonia (Clive) is expected the following day but his first evening is spent reconnecting with university friends, George and his wife Fig (Campbell), 'foppish cokehound' Archie (Dickson), and Pete's ex-girlfriend Claire (Clarke). [7] However, as the night goes on, Pete's friends' behaviour becomes more and more unsettling and Pete becomes more paranoid and insecure, as he suspects Harry (Demri-Burns) of plotting to replace him in the group. His paranoia soon boils over into a full-on psychotic breakdown during which his suspicions are debunked one by one. [8]


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