3 Strangers (2021) Movie Review ‘Big Message’

3 Strangers – Big Message

 

Director: Ricky Burchell

Writer: Ricky Burchell (Screenplay)

Starring: Tara Hayes, Joe Gates, Alex Sauceman, Lizzie Corneceau, Yuliya Fowler

Plot: The story follows co-workers Ragan, Vin and Tyrese, who are inadvertently thrown together for a business trip, and nobody is happy about it.

Runtime: 1 Hour 28 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: 3 Strangers starts when ambitious inspiring advertising executive Ragan (Hayes) is being sent on a business trip with two young men that she doesn’t want to associate herself with, Tyrese (Sauceman) and Vin (Gates).

As the journey starts the tension between the three people from different worlds is clear to be seen, but as the three start to put their differences aside they get to learn about the problems they others have been through during their lives.

Thoughts on 3 Strangers

Thoughts3 Strangers will follow three people from different backgrounds, who have been through different problems, that are searching for something new in their lives, each will judge the others on appearance, before learning that everyone has their own story and will need to learn how to open up to people and their stories. 3 Strangers has the deeper message despite not always coming together as smoothly as the movie could. The performances are solid enough, we could have seen more from the bigger moments in the film, but otherwise, we get the message through loud and clear.

Final Thoughts 3 Strangers is a movie with a big message about learning about people before judging them.

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