All Good Things, Andrew Jarecki’s long-delayed drama-thriller, has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures for distribution in the US.

According to the LATimes [via The Playlist] All Good Things will hit cinemas in the US in time for December, making it perfect awards season fodder; Andrew Jarecki’s haunting 2003 documentary Capturing the Friedmans was Oscar nominated.

The film was originally picked up by The Weinstein Company after making a glorious openings at both the Sundance and Cannes Filn Festivals, but has been cast aside, leading Jarecki himself to buy back the film.

All Good Things stars Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling, Kristen Wiig and Frank Langella and is a love story and murder mystery based on a notorious unsolved murder case in New York history. The original screenplay uses newly discovered facts, court records and speculation as the foundation for an imaginative spellbinding story of family, obsession, love and loss.

It’s brilliant news for a film that’s attracted such spectacular reviews. Hopefully Magnolia Pictures will serve the film, and it’s talented cast and crew, much-deserved justice.

Fingers crossed it finds it’s way over to our shores sometime in early 2011.