Peace, Love and Misunderstanding (opening June 8)
The Details: Tightly wound lawyer Diane (Catherine Keener), in the midst of a divorce, takes her teenage children Zoe (Elizabeth Olsen) and Jake (Nat Wolff) to stay with her estranged mom (Jane Fonda) at her farmhouse in Woodstock, N.Y. Naturally, Diane learns to unwind and perhaps finds love with a shaggy folksinger (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Bruce Beresford directs.
The Trailer: There's a definite sentimental quality to the trailer, which plays up the generation-gap vibe between conservative Diane and her free-wheeling mom, who has the sort of house that has chickens wandering through the living room and random naked dudes at the breakfast table. You guys, I grew up pretty much surrounded by hippies: They don't actually live like this.
What's the Buzz: This is Bruce Beresford's first major film since 1989's Driving Miss Daisy, so it's nice to see the Australian director working his trademark loose-limbed, easygoing style. But there's a definite "seen it all before" vibe on display here despite the clearly talented cast.