Jane Fonda Documentary now available on SundanceNow Doc Club
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Jane Fonda Documentary now available on SundanceNow Doc Club

JANE, directed by Drew Associates, captures a rare and oft forgotten piece of film and theater history. A young Jane Fonda prepares for her tumultuous starring role on Broadway in “The Fun Couple.” The Drew Associates filmmakers track Fonda’s every move during the production as she strives to legitimize herself as an actress and remove herself from the shadow of her father, Henry Fonda.

The film follows Jane through demanding rehearsals, testing the play for out-of-town audiences and, finally, opening night in New York. Though the show opens to devastating reviews, Jane’s love of acting, her determination and her resilience shine through the biting criticism.

The film features a young Jane Fonda as she rehearses for her early starring role on Broadway in 1962. The documentary is available now at SundanceNow Doc Club – a subscription based streaming service.

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