Which is, Heerenstraat. It's the small cozy theatre I had promised I would write about. Well, cozy is a relative term. Some of my friends think it's old and shabby.
I'd say it's vintage, don't you think so?
I prefer Heerenstraat to Cinemec, the nearest 'big' theatre. Well it's not big, really. Just the size of a small Blitz theatre. And for me, size does matter because it affects comfort. So since I can't get big anyway, I prefer Heerenstraat because, as I said before, it's cozy and vintage. It's a bit like Cinerama in Rotterdam, only (indeed) smaller and less glamorous. How glamour can it be when you have this billboard :P
Can you guess what movies are those?
Waiting before being called to enter the theatre. Manually, not the mbak-mbak recorded sound.
This guy gave the movie's synopsis before the screening. And FYI, there is always a break in half-time, just like football game (exception for movies in 3D, I guess, and festivals). For full Dutch theatre experience (and indeed for other Dutch experiences), I recommend The UnDutchables.