One thing I like to do when I am traveling abroad is go to the movies: not only because I love cinema but because at the movie theatres you hardly find any tourists and you can feel like you live in the place you’re visiting.
In Italy this is a little bit hard if you don’t speak the language: probably not everybody knows that films in Italy are translated from the original language to our beautiful one, not subtitled but really dubbed. So, don’t be surprised if you enter a cinema or switch on the tv and you hear George Clooney with an Italian voice.
Luckily in Milan someone thought that there might be people interested in hearing the original language version of the films and that’s why three movie theatres screen original language movies once a week.
It is usually a selection of the best movies of the season and each movie is shown on Mondays at Anteo spazio cinema (via Milazzo 9), Tuesdays at Arcobaleno film center (viale Tunisia 1) and Thursdays at cinema Mexico (via Savona 57).
You can look for the program and screening times on each cinema website or here. Good news: the price is less than a normal ticket, it costs € 6.