Jane Fonda returns to French film

Robelin laffer lures thesp

Jane Fonda is starring in French comedy “Et si on vivait tous ensemble” (“And If We All Lived Together”) her first French film since Jean-Luc Godard’s “Tout va bien” in 1972.

Pic, from Canal Plus, is a French-German co-production directed by Stephane Robelin. Story centers on five old friends who decide to move in together to avoid going to a retirement home along with a young German ethnology student who’s preparing a thesis about the aging population.

Fonda is playing an American woman who’s lived in France for a long time and bonds with the young student.

Following this film, she will begin production on “Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding,” the Bruce Beresford-helmed indie also starring Catherine Keener and Chace Crawford. Movie follows a Gotham lawyer (Keener) who retreats to the farmhouse owned by her hippie mother (Fonda) after her husband asks for a divorce.

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