Uncle Tony


In the Hudson valley town of Rosendale, 100 miles north of New York City, an old movie theater still stands. After buying the theater in 1949 the Italian-American Cacchio family worked in construction during the day and donned suits to personally run the movie theater at night, greeting customers at the door. Tony Cacchio, the lone survivor of the family. struggles to keep the theater going, running a 35mm projector every night even as digital projection systems spell doom for motion pictures projected on film.

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