The Weinstein Company is singing a "Song for Marion."
The company has acquired U.S. rights to the comedic drama starring Vanessa Redgrave, Gemma Arterton and Terence Stamp, it announced Monday.
"Song for Marion" is about Arthur, a crotchety pensioner who gets talked into joining an unconventional local choir.
Stamp (left) plays the pensioner and Redgrave plays his beloved wife, Marion, who convinces him to join the choir.
Arterton ("Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time") plays choir director Elizabeth. Christopher Eccleston has the role of James, Arthur's son.
Paul Andrew Williams ("London to Brighton") wrote and directed the movie, which is now in post-production. Philip Moross of Coolmore Productions and Ken Marshall of Steel Mill Pictures produced the film, which was shot in England.
It was produced in partnership with Film House Germany and Egoli Tossell as well as Aegis Film Fund and Northstar Ventures.