Irish actor Paul Mescal, who had his breakthrough role as Connell in the BBC series “Normal People,” is continuing to expand his film career. After appearing in Maggie Gyllenghaal’s feature directorial debut “The Lost Daughter,” he is starring another intimate film Aftersun.” 

The movie is Charlotte Wells’ feature debut as director. The drama has gained praise since its premiere during the International Critics’ Week at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, in which the movie won a jury prize.

Besides Mescal, the movie also stars Frankie Corio, who is also a revelation. The story follows a young woman who reminisces about her last vacation with her father while trying to reconcile her memory of him with the truth of what happened. Here, check out when it will be available to stream. 

When and where will ‘Aftersun’ be available to stream? 

The movie had its theatrical release on Friday, Oct. 21, and it was released on Video on Demand. You can buy it or rent it on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Google Play, VUDU and AppleTV store.

On the other hand, it will also be available to stream on Mubi from January 6 in the UK, Latin America and other locations. The movie is distributed by A24 in the US. Its path to other streaming platforms is not so clear. Some A24 films are available on Netflix, so it could arrive there. 

124’s films such as “Bodies Bodies Bodies” or “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” which were released this year, haven’t been released on streaming platforms yet. Both are available to rent/buy on digital, though. 

*This article will be updated.