Mi­lan now has the movie the­atre it de­serves. De­signed to cater to the tastes of both Ital­ian and in­ter­na­tional au­di­ences, this in­no­va­tive com­plex houses not just one, but nine movie the­atres. By Elena Binda

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Mi­lan now has the movie the­atre it de­serves: An­teo Palazzo del Cin­ema

Through­out the world, ma­jor cities of­fer dif­fer­ent types of movie the­atres. There are places where you can watch a film ly­ing on a dou­ble bed, seated in a hot tub, sur­rounded by a win­ter gar­den, or over­look­ing the Walk of Fame. For years, Mi­lan has lacked a cin­ema wor­thy of its in­ter­na­tional rep­u­ta­tion. The city has global shop­ping op­tions, unique restau­rants, world-class con­certs, but you needed a lot of luck to find some­where to watch an orig­i­nal lan­guage film (due the Ital­ian habit of dub­bing). How­ever, this was be­fore 8 Septem­ber, when the place Mi­lan was wait­ing for – An­teo

Palazzo del Cin­ema – opened its doors to the pub­lic. It has nine movie the­atres,

multi-lin­gual pro­grams, state-of-the art tech­no­log­i­cal equip­ment, a movie the­atre restau­rant combo, a multi-me­dia space de­voted to on-de­mand cin­ema, a babysit­ting ser­vice and more. This project is unique in Italy, and of­fers an upto-date con­tem­po­rary ex­pe­ri­ence at the high­est cul­tural level. The com­plex is open from 10am in the morn­ing to 1am at night. How­ever, those who only want to dis­cuss movies, read a book, eat a meal or lis­ten to live mu­sic can ac­cess the venue with­out pur­chas­ing a ticket. About time too! >> An­teo Palazzo del Cin­ema Pi­azza XXV Aprile, 8 www.spaziocin­ema.info

A mul­ti­me­dia vil­lage ded­i­cated to en­ter­tain­ment: 9 movie the­atres, a restau­rant by Eataly, a li­brary, a gar­den and much more


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