KINO LORBER AND TRIBECA FILM JOINTLY ACQUIRE ALL US RIGHTS TO ALL TOGETHER (2012), A POIGNANT COMEDY STARRING JANE FONDA, PIERRE RICHARD, AND GERALDINE CHAPLIN IN FAMED ENSEMBLE.
New York, NY – (August 20, 2012) – Kino Lorber, Inc. and Tribeca Film are proud to announce the acquisition of all US rights to Stéphane Robelin's crowd-pleasing comedy ALL TOGETHER (Et si on vivait tous ensemble?), starring Jane Fonda (in her first French-language film since Godard's 1972's TOUT VA BIEN), Geraldine Chaplin, Daniel Brühl, 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 October 19 and on-demand platforms, where it will be available in 40+ million homes through a variety of video-on-demand offerings, as well as iTunes, Amazon Watch Instantly and VUDU.
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.
Kino Lorber's CEO Richard Lorber, who negotiated the deal with Nick Savva at Tribeca Film and Brigitte Suarez, Head of Sales at The Match Factory, commented:
“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.”