Facebook Twitter Addthis
A Late Quartet poster

A Late Quartet (2012)

R Drama
A Late Quartet DVD and Blu-ray release date was February 5, 2013. A Late Quartet Netflix rental release date is February 5, 2013 (estimated).
The products below contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.
WhereMediaRelease Date
AmazonFebruary 5, 2013Feb 5, 2013 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoFebruary 5, 2013Feb 5, 2013
Digital HDNo date yet
not available
DVD rentalFebruary 5, 2013Feb 5, 2013


Starring: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener
Director: Yaron Zilberman
Writer: Yaron Zilberman, Seth Grossman
In Theaters: November 23, 2012
Runtime: 105 min
Gross: $1.6 mil            7.1
"A Late Quartet" features the stories of a quartet's members after 25 years of performing together. Peter, the group's cellist, develops Parkinson's disease, which will leave him unable to perform on a professional level. His retirement forces the other three members to determine a course forward. Meanwhile, second violinist Robert, portrayed by Phillip Seymour Hoffman, struggles with his secondary role in the group. His frustration, made more acute as he ages, causes him to have an affair with a dancer. His violist wife Juliette, played by Catherine Keener, must decide how she will handle his unfaithfulness. Robert and Juliette's daughter Alexandra, played by Imogen Poots, finds herself as the love interest of the much-older Daniel, causing more strife withing the formerly tight-knit group. After 25 years of performing together, the group must decide whether they can stay together.
[view all]
Never Back Down: Revolt
Starring: James Faulkner, Gianni Calchetti
Zeros and Ones
Starring: Ethan Hawke, Valerio Mastandrea
Starring: Frank Grillo, Gerard Butler
Saint Maud
Starring: Morfydd Clark, Caoilfhionn Dunne
Our Ladies
Starring: Abigail Lawrie, Rona Morison
The Night House
Starring: Rebecca Hall, Sarah Goldberg
New Order
Starring: Naian González Norvind, Fernando Cuautle
Witch Hunt
Starring: Gideon Adlon, Abigail Cowen