Kino Lorber and Tribeca Film have jointly acquired all US rights to Stéphane Robelin’s comedy All Together (Et si on vivait tous ensemble?).
The French-language film stars Jane Fonda, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniel Bruhl, Pierre Richard, Guy Bedos and Claude Rich.
A theatrical and VOD day and date release is planned for All Together beginning in New York on Oct 19 simultaneously with TV on-demand platforms as well as iTunes, Amazon Watch Instantly and VUDU.
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The story is about five aging friends who opt out of moving into a retirement home and instead rent a spacious house together. Bruhl plays the groups live-in caretaker.
Kino Lorber’s CEO Richard Lorber, who negotiated the deal with Nick Savva at Tribeca Film and Brigitte Suarez, Head of Salesat The Match Factory, said: “All Together is a deeply felt and humorous look at the pleasures and pangs of growing older while feeling forever young—a reality that resonates more and more with baby boomers and their parents. The vibrant and unique cast has done terrific work conveying some of the complex emotions we all experience as we age, and we are looking forward to working with our friends at Tribeca Film to bring this film widely into American theatres and home screens.”