MDC's Tower Theater

MDC's Tower Theater
  • My Old Lady

    September - My Old Lady

    Down-and-out New Yorker Mathias Gold (Kevin Kline) inherits an apartment in Paris from his estranged father and is stunned to find Mathilde (Maggie Smith), a refined 90-year-old resident lady, living there with her incredibly protective daughter Chloe (Kristin Scott Thomas). “A witty and resonant blend of light comedy and heartfelt drama, My Old Lady is, in every sense, a mature work and the product of a master storyteller.” - Michèle Maheux,

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  • The Notebook (A nagy füzet)

    September - The Notebook (A nagy füzet)

    Based on the novel Le Grand Cahier by Agota Kristof. The Notebook depicts a story of two thirteen year old brothers learning how to adjust and survive in their new environment. They are faced with the harsh reality of WWII in a village on the Hungarian border. Resilience becomes their teacher. Shortlisted as one of the 9 finalists for 2014 Foreign Language Film Academy Awards. “Szász achieves a great pacing with this one...” - Taylor Sinople, The Focus Pull

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  • David Bowie Is

    September - David Bowie Is

    Taking the audience on an extraordinary journey through the "David Bowie Is" exhibition created by the London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, the film provides a fascinating insight into the most memorable music videos and original costumes, as well as more personal items such as album cover artwork, set designs and diary entries, which reveal the creativity and evolution of Bowie’s ideas.

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  • Fedora

    September - Fedora

    A producer tries to persuade Hollywood star Fedora to make a comeback in his new movie. Retired at the pinnacle of her fame and beauty to live on a Greek island, she seems receptive to the offer. But her entourage, holding that she is mentally unstable, strongly opposes the invitation. A series of strange events will ultimately reveal the truth about Fedora. “It's Wilder at his most sublime… It's a film only a master filmmaker could have made…” - Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews

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  • The Skin (La pelle)

    September - The Skin (La pelle)

    After the defeat of the Nazi’s in Italy, life for the locals becomes hard, especially for many women who have to sacrifice their dignity and morale to survive. Based on the eponymous novel by Curzio Malaparte and featuring Marcello Mastroianni as Malaparte himself, The Skin brilliantly describes the difficult liaisons between the Allied Army and its Italian contingent. “A very personal adaptation of a scandalous book, Liliana Cavani's film may well appear thirty years after its release as a feminist take on the birth of the globalization process.” -Nem Baj, Auteurs at War

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