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His Three Daughters Release Date Set for Netflix Drama With Natasha Lyonne, Elizabeth Olsen

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His Three Daughters Release Date Set for Netflix Drama With Natasha Lyonne, Elizabeth Olsen

Netflix has set a release date for His Three Daughters.

His Three Daughters is a new Netflix drama movie starring Elizabeth Olsen, Natasha Lyonne, and Carrie Coon. The film will open in select United States theaters on September 6, 2024, before it then will be released on the streaming service on September 20, 2024.

What is Netflix’s His Three Daughters about?

The movie, according to the official synopsis, is a “bittersweet and often funny story of an elderly patriarch and the three grown daughters who come to be with him in his final days. Katie (Carrie Coon) is a controlling Brooklyn mother dealing with a wayward teenage daughter; free-spirited Christina (Elizabeth Olsen) is a different kind of mom, separated from her offspring for the first time; and Rachel (Natasha Lyonne) is a sports-betting stoner who has never left her father’s apartment — much to the chagrin of her half-sisters, who share a different mother and worldview. Continuing his astute exploration of family dynamics in close-knit spaces, Jacobs follows the siblings over the course of three volatile days, as death looms, grievances erupt, and love seeps through the cracks of a fractured home.”

His Three Daughters is written and directed by Azazel Jacobs, who previously made 2011’s Terri, 2017’s The Lovers, and 2020’s French Exit.

Jacobs produces the film alongside Alex Orlovsky, Duncan Montgomery, Matt Aselton, Marc Marrie, Mal Ward, Lia Buman, Tim Headington, and Jack Selby. Diaz Jacobs serves as co-producer, while executive producers include Olsen, Coon, Lyonne, Maya Rudolph, Danielle Renfrew Behrens, Neil Shah, Max Silva, Peter Friedland, and Sophia Lin.

His Three Daughters also stars Rudy Galvan (Slice), Jose Febus (Manifest), Jasmine Bracey (New Amsterdam), Jay O. Sanders (The Day After Tomorrow, Blindspot), and Jovan Adepo (3 Body Problem, Sorry for Your Loss).