How are large-scale cinemas still a thing?
Probably due to its hidden location, people have not discovered this little (French) cinema, called “Cinema”, quite yet. Located at the end of a downtown passageway, you’ll be surprised when you open the main doors: golden handrails, a wooden bar, a petit French table corner with fresh flowers, black-and-white pictures of Ingrid Bergman and old movies on the walls.
Take a seat in the corner before the beginning of the movie and enjoy the feeling of being on a trip back in time: the owner of the cinema even checks your tickets at the entrance to the movie room himself. Upstairs, they have the larger cinema auditorium, “Lumière”, which used to be a famous theater. While the room is impressive, I prefer movies at “Cine-Studio” (red seats, Duke Ellington music!) or “Cine-petit” downstairs: The latter only fits 63 people and is ideal for a romantic movie night.