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Directed By: Bruce Beresford
Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes
Rating: R for drug content and some sexual references
Distributor: IFC Films Country: USA Release Date: June 8, 2012 With: Jane Fonda, Catherine Keener, Elizabeth Olsen, Chace Crawford, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Kyle MacLachlan
Two-time Academy Award-nominated director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy, Mao’s Last Dancer) showcases a brilliant performance from two-time Academy Award-winner Jane Fonda in PEACE, LOVE AND MISUNDERSTANDING. For uptight Manhattan lawyer Diane (Oscar-nominee Catherine Keener), crazy means driving her teenage son Jake (Nat Wolff) and daughter Zoe (Elizabeth Olsen) to Woodstock to visit their grandmother Grace (Fonda). The crazy part is that the kids have never met Grace. In fact, Diane hasn't spoken to her mother in twenty years. Grace is the epitome of the term “hippie”: she stages protests and hootenannies in the town square, smokes (and sells) a lot of dope, and howls at the moon once a month with her goddess-worshipping girlfriends. But what’s meant to be a weekend getaway turns into a summer adventure of romance, music, family secrets, and self-discovery. PEACE, LOVE AND MISUNDERSTANDING is a heartfelt comedy and a story about second chances and the things that divide and reunite families.
“A big burst of positive energy in a medium that typically thrives on conflict, Bruce Beresford's PEACE, LOVE & MISUNDERSTANDING may not be great cinema, but its broad, crowd pleasing qualities should make it a welcome night out for femmes. With a weaker cast, this predictable feel-good item might've gone the Lifetime route, but there's no denying its B.O. potential with a force-of-nature central perf by Jane Fonda, who's graced American screens only two other times in the past 20 years. Sleeper success awaits, assuming word of mouth kicks in and the actress goes to bat in the publicity arena.” –Peter Debruge, Variety