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.