Rent All My Friends Hate Me (2021)

3.0 of 5 from 210 ratings
1h 34min
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Synopsis:
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 way 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 paranoid? Or is he just part of some sick joke?
Actors:
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Directors:
Producers:
Tom Palmer
Writers:
Tom Palmer, Tom Stourton
Studio:
British Film Institute
Genres:
Comedy, Horror
BBFC:
Release Date:
29/08/2022
Run Time:
94 minutes
Languages:
English Audio Description, English Dolby Digital 2.0, English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.37:1
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • Audio commentary by writers Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton and director Andrew Gaynord
  • 'All My Friends Hate Me' Q&A (2022, 26 mins): writers Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton talk to film journalist Leigh Singer
  • Deleted scenes (2018, 7 mins): two scenes that were removed or significantly altered in the final cut
  • The Soho Diaries (2013, 4 mins): a short film by Tom Palmer, Tom Stourton and Andrew Gaynord
  • 'All My Friends Hate Me' Press Junket Goes Wrong (2022, 3 mins): comedian Chris Bliss interviews Tom Stourton and Antonia Clarke
  • Gallery including an early script, storyboard and production notes
  • Trailer
BBFC:
Release Date:
29/08/2022
Run Time:
94 minutes
Languages:
English Audio Description, English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, English LPCM Stereo
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.37:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
B
Bonus:
  • Audio commentary by writers Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton and director Andrew Gaynord
  • 'All My Friends Hate Me' Q&A (2022, 26 mins): writers Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton talk to film journalist Leigh Singer
  • Deleted scenes (2018, 7 mins): two scenes that were removed or significantly altered in the final cut
  • The Soho Diaries (2013, 4 mins): a short film by Tom Palmer, Tom Stourton and Andrew Gaynord
  • 'All My Friends Hate Me' Press Junket Goes Wrong (2022, 3 mins): comedian Chris Bliss interviews Tom Stourton and Antonia Clarke
  • Gallery including an early script, storyboard and production notes
  • Trailer

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Reviews (2) of All My Friends Hate Me

Dire Britcom - All My Friends Hate Me review by Alphaville

Spoiler Alert
18/09/2022

Even a jazzed-up soundtrack can’t disguise the fact that you’d run a mile to avoid the five vacuous post-university friends who meet up in a country house to celebrate a birthday. They swap inane and unfunny dialogue to the point of irritation. As in most such theatrical films, better suited to the stage, the camera is merely plonked down in front of the person speaking, so there’s no visual interest either. At the end the mood changes, but who cares? It’s because of critics who don’t know a turkey when they see one that the British film industry keeps making such stagey TV fillers.

2 out of 7 members found this review helpful.

Unremarkable Social Drama - All My Friends Hate Me review by GI

Spoiler Alert
24/03/2023

Sadly this is an unremarkable drama that skirts the fringes of comedy but never gets down to providing any laughs. That's a shame because as a straight forward social drama it's mediocre. There's been some much better studies of posh friends exploiting each other whilst reuniting and this one is all very anticlimactic. Pete (Tom Stourton) is looking forward to reuniting with his university 'gang' at the large country house of his best mate, George (Joshua Maguire) to celebrate Pete's birthday. But he's anxious as his ex girlfriend will be there and he's recently engaged. He's also disconcerted when he finds that the others have invited a local chap, the mildly strange and suspicious Harry (Dustin Demri-Burns), a man he instantly dislikes but the others seem to love. As the weekend progresses Pete begins to feel he's the butt of some strange joke he doesn't get or that all his friends are revealing their deep seated dislike of him. There's the ever present threat in this film that violence will spill over and the central theme of social anxiety and the inability to read the situation has it's merits but the film seems to drag and ultimately ends disappointingly.

0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.

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