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    Netflix acquires Elizabeth Olsen’s film Her Three Daughters

    The trio play estranged sisters forced to reunite when their father becomes seriously ill. The family drama sees the sisters converge as their father’s health steadily declines.

    The deal, priced at more than $6 million, according to sources, represents Netflix’s third acquisition in Toronto after the streaming giant purchased Anna Kendrick’s directorial debut, Woman of the Hour, for approximately $11 million after a world premiere at the festival. . Netflix also acquired worldwide rights to Lucy Walker’s documentary Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa after it was presented as a work in progress screening at TIFF.

    After Toronto, Netflix also shelled out about $20 million for Hit Man, directed by Richard Linklater, which bowed at Venice and stars Glen Powell and Adria Arjona.

    His Three Daughters is written, directed and edited by Jacobs and does not have an acting deal in place. This means that Netflix, as a buyer, is not bound by the SAG-AFTRA terms presented to the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers that were previously rejected and remain a point of contention as talks between major studios and striking actors are about to resume.

    Jacobs also shares producing credits with Alex Orlovsky, Duncan Montgomery, Lia Buman, Marc Marrie, Mal Ward, Matt Aselton, Tim Headington, Jack Selby and Diaz Jacobs.

    Executive producers are Olsen, Coon, Lyonne, Danielle Renfrew Behrens, Maya Rudolph, Peter Friedland, Neil Shah and Sophia Lin. The film is produced by High Frequency Entertainment, Arts & Sciences, Tango, Animal Pictures, Talkies Inc. and Case Study Films.

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