Foreign Theaters' Varying Idea of Luxury

posted by Michael Zoldessy on July 14, 2006 at 5:30 am

A look into theaters around the world and how they cater to their different audiences:

The lights dimmed, the crowd in the theatre hushed, and I settled into my seat with anticipation of the movie to come. But suddenly everyone stood up. On-screen, images of the Thai king drifted across in collages as swelling music played in the background. I stumbled to my feet to join the rest of the crowd as everyone paid a pre-film homage to the beloved monarch.

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