All Together (French: Et si on vivait tous ensemble?, literally "And If We All Lived Together?"), is a 2011 French-German comedy film written and directed by Stéphane Robelin, and starring Jane Fonda and Geraldine Chaplin as participants of an alternate living experiment, that is observed by a graduate student played by Daniel Brühl. The film marks Fonda's first French-speaking role since starring in Jean-Luc Godard's film Tout Va Bien (1972).
Filming took place over two months in Paris in summer 2010. The film premiered on the closing night of the Locarno International Film Festival on 13 August 2011. It was released on DVD on March 19, 2013.