The best-known German set over the cinema is more than a hundred years old. He is to be found in the diaries of Franz Kafka, the on 20. November 1913 was quoted to have been: "In the cinema. Cried.“ Since then, this place has been varied quoted countless times, out suggests, however, never met the Situation as good as it is today.
it was exactly four weeks most of the German cinemas were opened in a concerted action after months of forced break again, but who was the writer of these lines since then, a half-dozen Times in the cinema, will want to cry with Kafka.
Not, however, to the whining of the cinema operators in the mood, which is currently massively lobbying in order to achieve a loosening of official restrictions in the case of film screenings – which you now state Minister for Culture Monika Grütters belonging to the proclaimed, of all things, in the "image"newspaper: "The Corona-distance control of 1.50 metres is a Problem, because the rooms have to stay large Parts of empty."
The Minister would be able to ensure both a better moment to pick than the middle of the world's escalating pandemic, the Germany poses quite different problems than blank screens, as well as a better Argument.
Because it is not the distance rules for empty halls, like a little empiricism shows. Our six visits to the cinema in the last month were the feature films "The best years of life", and "Monos", "When we danced" and "Berlin Alexanderplatz", as well as the documentary films "Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me" and "Wim Wenders, Desperado". Only one of them, of all places, the Georgian Special-Interest Film, "When we danced", were occupied in the cinema all possible places – in the case of a normal capacity of just ninety Seats, which meant about two dozen spectators, and since we were the Only ones of them spontaneously. there were no interested parties, you would have had to reject All of the other five films were shown in much larger halls, and had significantly less viewers, and up to two guests in a hall for two hundred and fifty.
the Problem is the distance rule is not so at all. It is more than enough room there for the few people who want to go to the cinema. The low numbers of visitors after the restart for a campaign against the Corona-to take advantage of the rules is unfair. First of all, The summer in Germany was the visit of the weakest period in the cinema. Secondly, The distributors are holding back their blockbusters that would only attract a really large audience.Updated Date: 30 July 2020, 07:20