New Hong Kong drive-in aims to attract

posted by Michael Zoldessy on January 10, 2007 at 12:30 pm

HONG KONG, CHINA — A new drive-in has opened that is attempting to bring people in by talking up its spaciousness.

Touted as a first for Hong Kong, The Drive-In movie theater was set to open its doors Thursday, banking that locals in this densely populated city will appreciate a rare break from congested surroundings and a taste of Americana.

Backed by an anonymous foreign businessman, The Drive-In features two 25-meter (82.5-feet) by 14-meter (46.2-feet) screens and 200 parking spots. It is set to open to the public with two screenings of the Japanese movie “Nana 2'‘ Thursday evening, Iris Wong, a spokeswoman for the movie theater, said.

For more, go to the Star Online.

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KenLayton on January 10, 2007 at 1:06 pm

Screens are too narrow. Sounds like they got the dreaded 2:1 screens.

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