Oscar-nominated Richard Jenkins shines as a fast food worker calling it quits after 38 years ruling the restaurant’s graveyard shift. His final work task is to train his young replacement (played by the talented Shane Paul McGhie) in Andrew Cohn’s serio-comic narrative debut set in Albion, Michigan.

Once considered a project for Alexander Payne, who executive produces, Variety calls The Last Shift a “fantastic fast-food tragedy” and The Hollywood Reporter calls it a “breezy and consistently surprising” film.

Join us for a post-screening Q&A with director Andrew Cohn. Special guests TBA.

90 min. Drama. NR.

Special rates available until February 10th!

For Gold Card and Towsley Society Members only:
You’re invited to join us in the Michigan Theater Grand Foyer before the film for a celebratory reception. You can RSVP to the reception and reserve your seats for the film at the same time by clicking the link below! You will need to be logged into your Gold Card account to access the package.

If you’re a Towsley Society member without a Gold Card, contact Megan Anderson for assistance.

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