All My Friends Hate Me
DIRECTOR: ANDREW GAYNORD
WHERE THERE is comedy there is pain. Skewed more towards the pain than the comedy, All My Friends Hate Me is a horror version of the kind of posh social awkwardness made comic in Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Written by established comedy duo Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton, who have been friends since Eton, it is about class and entitlement
but also, more powerfully, about the writhing insecurity that can be felt even among a group of old friends.