Jane Fonda's First Look as Hippie Grandmother in Woodstock Film
Jane Fonda has gone back to the 1960s for a new hippie film about the notorious Woodstock festival. The Oscar winner is filming "Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding" in the town near where the 1969 festival took place. The actress thrilled locals last week when she showed up on set in a 1960s-era, multi-colored dress and sandals.
Fonda has posted pictures from the set on her blog, including one of the painted Volkswagen Beetle her hippie grandmother character drives in the film. The film also stars Catherine Keener, Chace Crawford and Kyle MacLachlan.
A conservative lawyer (Keener) who, after her husband leaves her, takes her son and daughter to the house of their estranged, hippie grandmother (Fonda) in Woodstock, where they each find love in unexpected places. No release date yet for the film.
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