Fodor's Expert Review Studio 28

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This little movie house has a distinguished history. When it opened in 1928, it was the first theater in the world purposely built for art et essai, or experimental film, and Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí's L'Age d'Or caused a riot when it premiered here. Through the years artists and writers came to see "seventh art" creations by directors such as Jean Cocteau, François Truffaut, and Orson Welles. Today it's a repertory cinema, showing first-runs, just-runs, and previews—usually in their original language. Movies are screened beginning at 3 pm daily, and tickets cost €9.50. In the back of the movie house is a cozy bar and café that has a quiet outdoor terrace decorated with murals of film stars. Oh, and those charmingly bizarre chandeliers in the salle? Cocteau designed them.

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Quick Facts

10 rue Tholozé
Paris, Île-de-France  75018, France

01–46–06–47–45

www.cinema-studio28.fr

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Movie tickets €9.50

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