ThinkFilm has picked up the rights to the French comedy, Avenue Montaigne.

The film is written and directed by Daniele Thompson; it follows three main characters: a successful TV actress (Valerie Lemercier) who is dissatisfied with her life and courting a Hollywood director (Sydney Pollack) for her first major film role; a classical music prodigy (Albert Dupontel) who is fighting with his manager wife and desperately seeking solitude; and an art collector (Claude Brasseur) about to auction off all his work. The Hollywood Reporter says their lives intersect at the eponymous Parisian cafe where a young waitress (Cecile de France) serves all of them.

Avenue Montaigne is set for a February theatrical release.