The distribution company will be releasing the motion picture across all of North America including VOD, DVD, and theatrical. The title is starring by Christina Ricci and Hamish Linklater.

11 NOV 2019

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Vision Films announced the acquisition of North American distribution rights for the motion picture “10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up”, starring Christina Ricci (“Casper”) Hamish Linklater (“The Big Short”), Lindsey Broad ("21 Jump Street"), John Abrahams (“Scary Movie”), and Katina Winter (“Agent Hamilton”) from Archstone Entertainment (“Archstone”).  Vision is planning a day and date theatrical release for February 2020. 

“Vision Films is truly excited to be releasing ‘10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up’”, said Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films.  “This is a very timely film that will pull on your heartstrings especially around Valentine’s Day.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Vision again on ‘10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up’,” said Jack Sheehan, President of Worldwide Sales & Development of Archstone Entertainment. “Galt Niederhoffer has made a compelling film and Christina Ricci and Hamish Linklater displayed exceptional performances in very challenging roles.”

Sparks fly when a beautiful single mother meets an attractive but irresponsible man. Since they believe all relationships are destined to end tragically, they create a list of ten things they should do together before they break up.  The saying “first comes love, then comes marriage...” is thrown completely out the window when she unexpectedly becomes pregnant.  Now this unlikely pair must determine if they can become a family, or if they were right about their love being doomed all along.

“10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up” was written and directed by Galt Niederhoffer, director of “The Romantics” and executive producer of “The Kids are All Right.” A story of love, family, expectations, and the difficulties of a modern relationship, this timely film shows the strength of a modern woman through adversity.