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AFF Review: My Old Lady

My Old Lady played to a sold out crowd at the Atlantic Film Festival.  Based on the cast and trailer, I went in with fairly high expectations, which were not entirely met.  315 more words


Movie Review: 'My Old Lady'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio 1060

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — My Old Lady sure sounds like a comedy.

Temporarily homeless Mathias Gold, a failed American writer played by Kevin Kline, inherits an apartment in Paris from his estranged father only to find that elderly Madame Mathilde Girard, played by Maggie Smith, and her protective and hostile daughter, Chloe, played by Kristin Scott Thomas, are living in it and, according to French real estate laws, don’t have to vacate the premises. 581 more words

Heard On

And a new play takes the stage at Old Vic

Kristin Scott Thomas as Electra, in rehearsals for the play at Old Vic Theatre, 2014. Photo by Johan Persson.

Richard Armitage

Toronto Film Review: 'My Old Lady'

Parental failures, lingering filial resentments and obscure French real-estate laws are placed under the microscope in veteran playwright Israel Horovitz’s debut feature, “My Old Lady,” with only the latter yielding any novel discoveries. 679 more words

Markets & Festivals

My Old Lady Trailer


An American inherits an apartment in Paris that comes with an unexpected resident. 31 more words