This group shot from Bruce Beresford‘s Love, Peace and Misunderstanding, a family relationship drama in which Jane Fonda plays an ex-hippie grandma, is presumably meant to resemble the cover of Crosby Stills & Nash’s first album, or at least the yellowish eggshell paint on the clapboard exterior of the home plus the light green windowsill trim.
Set to play at the Toronto Film Festival, Love and Misunderstanding sounds like like a right-down-the-middle, straight-across-the-plate family confection in a Golden Pond-ish vein. Neurotic attorney (Catherine Keener) brings her teenage kids (one of them played by Elizabeth Olsen) to visit her estranged and eccentric mom (Fonda) and yaddah-yaddah. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Nat Wolff, Marissa O’Donnell, Chace Crawford, Kyle MacLachlan and Rosanna Arquette costar. It’s slated to open later this year.