Duo nab U.S. rights to Stephane Robelin's comedy

Kino Lorber and Tribeca Film have acquired all U.S. rights to Stephane Robelin’s comedy “All Together,” starring Jane Fonda, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniel Bruehl, Pierre Richard, Guy Bedos and Claude Rich.

A day-and-date theatrical and VOD release has been set for Oct. 19.

Story centers on five aging friends who opt out of retiring at a senior home to try a youthful experiment of moving together into a spacious house. The pressures of communal living eventually uncover long-buried secrets and ignite jealous passions that imperil the whole experiment.

The project is Fonda’s first French-language film since 1972’s “Tout va bien.”

Kino Lorber’s Richard Lorber negotiated the deal with Nick Savva at Tribeca Film and Brigitte Suarez of the Match Factory.

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