By Srimathi Sridhar | Indiewire August 20, 2012 at 1:20PM
It was announced today that Stéphane Robelin's 2012 comedy "All Together," featuring Jane Fonda, Pierre Richard and Geraldine Chaplin, was jointly acquired by Kino Lorber Inc and Tribeca Film. This marks Fonda's first French-language film since 1972's "Tout Va Bien."
The film is planning for an October 19 theatrical release in New York. It will also be made available on VOD.
An official synopsis of the film follows:
Stéphane Robelin's delectable film focuses on five aging friends who opt out of retiring at a senior home to try a youthful experiment of moving in together into a spacious house, owned by their friends Annie (Geraldine Chaplin) and Jean (Guy Bedos). Joining them is the borderline womanizer Claude (Claude Rich) as well as the bon vivant Albert (Pierre Richard) and his wife Jeanne (Jane Fonda), a philosophy professor.
Although life-long friends, Claude, Annie, Jean, Albert and Jeanne quickly learn the challenges of communal living and decide to hire Dirk (German star Daniel Brühl) as the group's live-in caretaker. Yet, despite Dirk's best intentions, the pressures of communal living eventually uncover long-buried secrets and ignite jealous passions that imperil the whole experiment.