Greenwich Entertainment has secured the U.S. distribution rights for the French comedy film “Two Tickets to Greece” (known as “Les Cyclades” in French). The movie stars Laure Calamy (Call My Agent!), Olivia Côte (My Donkey, My Lover & I), and Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient). The film is set to release in theaters on July 14, 2021, and will be competing against several other movies.
Written and directed by Marc Fitoussi, “Two Tickets to Greece” follows the story of Blandine (Côte), a recently divorced woman who is feeling lonely as her son leaves home. Unexpectedly, Blandine’s former best friend Magalie (Calamy) reappears in her life and convinces her to take a trip to the Greek Islands, which they had planned when they were teenagers. However, Magalie’s carefree attitude towards life and travel causes chaos throughout their vacation, including a stay with Magalie’s free-spirited friend (Thomas).
Cast and Production
The movie features an impressive cast, including César Award winner Laure Calamy, Olivia Côte, and Academy Award nominee Kristin Scott Thomas. The film’s producers are Caroline Bonmarchand and Isaac Sherry. Marc Fitoussi, who previously worked with Calamy on “Call My Agent!,” wrote and directed the movie.
Distribution and Release
Greenwich Entertainment acquired the U.S. distribution rights for “Two Tickets to Greece.” The film will be released in theaters across the United States on July 14, 2021. The movie will compete against several other films, including “Theater Camp,” “Lakota Nation vs. United States,” “Black Ice,” “Final Cut,” “The Modelizer,” “Psycho-Pass Providence,” and “Shadows.”
Overall, “Two Tickets to Greece” is an exciting French comedy film that offers a unique storyline and an exceptional cast, making it a must-watch for audiences interested in vacation comedies set in exotic locations. Greenwich Entertainment has acquired the distribution rights for the film and is set to release it in theaters across the United States on July 14, 2021.