Falcon Club Cinema Boutique is probably the most luxurious movie theater in Minsk.
The movie halls are equipped with comfortable reclining chairs and lots of space for your legs and elbows. Despite the large size of the halls, they have few seating spots, which guarantees that your viewing experience will have little to no distractions incoming from fellow movie-buffs. This is the only movie theater I’ve ever been to where I was not shy to let my emotions loose and cry. The peculiar thing is: the movies were not dramas or anything like that, they were documentaries. “The Quest of Alain Ducasse” about the culinary art of said chef and the 2019 film “Palladio” about the architectural style and legacy of Andrea Palladio made me feel immersed and vulnerable because of the beauty and depth of portrait arts.
The immersive experience was made possible not only thanks to the incredible director’s work and production quality but, of course, thanks to the movie hall itself. The space, the seat, the sound and the screen all work together to provide the most immersive and comfortable experience possible.
I am thankful that I got to experience the aforementioned works of film art and many more in Falcon Club Cinema Boutique, as I am sure it would not have been the same were I to view them on a different medium. I feel seduced every time I think about it.