Netflix Announces Coronavirus-Themed French Comedy “Stuck Together”

A heartwarming, French comedy film set during the coronavirus lockdown in Paris is heading to Netflix next month. “Stuck Together”, which arrives on October 20th, follows seven families who didn’t escape to the countryside in time for the lockdown and are stuck in their apartment building. Residents include a café owner who reuses her pear alcohol as a hydroalcoholic gel, a geeky Zoom sports coach who gets fatter by the week, his fiancée, a singer who is seven months pregnant and doesn’t want to go to hospital alone, a self-made man who desperately wants to be as smart as his 8-year-old son and more. The families don’t know each other but must learn to live together during the pandemic.

When Paris goes into lockdown during the pandemic, the quirky residents of an apartment building must adjust to a new life — and one another. Directed by Dany Boon, who also stars in this heartwarming tale of life in quarantine alongside François Damiens, Laurence Arné and Yvan Attal.

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