By Sarah Salovaara | Indiewire November 12, 2013 at 2:55PM
Film Movement has acquired US Rights to "For A Woman" ("Pour Une Femme"), from director Diane Kurys ("Children of the Century,"
"Entre Nous"), the company announced today. A semi-autobiographical tale, "For A Woman" follows Anne, who, on the eve of her mother's death, uncovers a family secret in the form of a mysterious stranger her parents took in after World War II. The film, which stars Benoit Magimel, Mélanie Thierry, Nicolas Duvauchelle, and Syle Testud, opened in France in July to critical and commercial success.
“Diane Kurys is an established prominent voice in French cinema, and once again she has made an immaculately structured and dramatically profound film. We couldn’t be prouder to bring her latest work to North American audiences,” said Film Movement’s Conget.
"For A Woman" will open theatrically in the US and Canada in 2014, followed by a VOD and DVD release.