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With her laundromat teetering on the brink of failure and her marriage to husband Waymond on the rocks, overworked Evelyn Wang struggles to cope with everything, including a tattered relationship with her judgmental father Gong Gong and Joy, her daughter.

And, as if facing a gloomy midlife crisis wasn’t enough, Evelyn must brace herself up for an unpleasant meeting with an impersonal bureaucrat: Deirdre, the shabbily dressed IRS auditor. However, as the stern agent loses patience, an inexplicable multiverse rift becomes an eye-opening exploration of parallel realities. Will Evelyn jump down the rabbit hole? But how many stars are there in the universe? Can weary Evelyn fathom the irrepressible force of possibilities, tap into newfound powers, and prevent an evil entity from destroying the thin, countless layers of the unseen?

Audio Description is available with screenings of Everything Everywhere All At Once.

The screening of Everything Everywhere All At Once on Wednesday 15 June at 7.30pm will be presented with descriptive subtitles.

  • BBFC Ratings Info (May Contain spoilers)


    There are scenes of strong violence, including bloody beatings and shootings, implied stabbings, as well as emphasis on the breaking of bones. Some scenes contain slow-motion bloody detail upon impact of weapons and bullets. Other violence includes highly stylised martial arts fight sequences.


    There are strong visual sex references, including references to BDSM and sexual role-play (e.g. a woman uses large dildos in a bloody beating; it is implied that two men purposefully land on pointy objects, which are subsequently revealed sticking out from underneath their clothes).


    There is use of strong language (‘f**k’), accompanied by milder terms (‘bitch’, ‘shit’, ‘bullshit’, ‘piss’, ‘God’, ‘damn’ and ‘butt’).

    flashing/flicking lights

    This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

    There are scenes of moderate, fantastical threat in which a woman is jolted from universe to universe.