The drive-in cinema followed the path of the record player as a relic of retro nostalgia.
Despite today's custom to watch Netflix at home, some moviegoers believe that romance is far from disappearing: in a rural setting in Virginia, viewers who are prepared to travel on time to enjoy their popcorn corn in a dual function the stars.
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The public can see the big screen of the privacy of the car – perfect to yawn, stretch out and pass the arm behind the companion, or outside, as if it were a meeting in the backyard where adults and children were chatting.
Once a month, the Union Market in Washington offers a space for nostalgia, with films that viewers see from their cars or lie on the grass on picnic tablecloths. The show includes a waitress on skates that slides between the audience.
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