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Ivory Tower (2014)

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A documentary that questions the cost -- and value -- of higher education in the United States.

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Andrew Rossi

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Andrew Rossi
3 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Elizabeth Armstrong Elizabeth Armstrong ... Self
Richard Arum Richard Arum ... Self
Jamshed Bharucha Jamshed Bharucha ... Self
David Boone David Boone ... Self
Jerry Brown ... Self
Peter Buckley Peter Buckley ... Self
Anthony Carnevale Anthony Carnevale ... Self
Clayton Christensen Clayton Christensen ... Self
Michael Crow Michael Crow ... Self
Andrew Delbanco Andrew Delbanco ... Self
Drew Gilpin Faust Drew Gilpin Faust ... Self
Peter Hadreaas Peter Hadreaas ... Self
Laura Hamilton Laura Hamilton ... Self
John Hennessy ... Self
Ellen Junn Ellen Junn ... Self
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A documentary that questions the cost -- and value -- of higher education in the United States.

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Is college worth the cost?


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Rated PG-13 for some suggestive and partying images | See all certifications »
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I Might Be Wrong
Written by Thom Yorke, Jonathan Richard, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Phil Selway, Colin Greenwood
Performed by Radiohead
Courtesy of Parlophone Label Group
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
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Watch This Before You Decide To Go To College!
15 November 2016 | by freshclean-66-318608See all my reviews

"Ivory Tower" is an informative documentary of how higher education has been robbing students and their parents with the rising cost of tuition and fees over the years. This documentary is going to show how colleges are leaving students with debt they can barely afford for an education that might not land them the perfect high paying job they wanted as well. It's amazing how some of these big colleges are becoming more like resorts than places of education and that's some of the extra things the students are paying for. What makes this worse is the fact the students will be more interested in socializing and partying than getting the education they're blowing their parents money on. They're actually paying for things that really have nothing to do with a good education. After seeing this film you'll be wondering is it worth it to go to or send your kids to college now. This documentary does have a flaw or two but cinematic perfection isn't really the main point of this film. This film is to let people know what they are going to be dealing with before they enter college themselves or send someone to college.


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English

Release Date:

4 May 2015 (Norway) See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$17,857, 15 June 2014

Gross USA:

$106,771

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$106,771
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