One hour before the end of the day of the whos during its reopening hours (from 12:00 to 20:00.), Manolo left one of the cinemas of Cinépolis Perisur after seeing “Monster Hunter”.
This was the first time in months that he and the other five members of his family were encouraged to see a movie on the big screen, and of course he feels the difference of cinema before and after the pandemic.
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“I think it is surprising, we miss all the old normality, not only the cinema, but it is something that we cause, part of what humanity causes, so we have to adapt to the consequences of what we do,” said the young man. to THE UNIVERSAL.
He added that he had not visited the cinema for more than half a year, and that his experience this time was not so strange.
“This is everything that is going to become, you have to adapt to the new normal, understand that nothing is going to be the same and that certain precautions have to be taken from now on,” he said.
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Happy to visit theaters and calm with the security measures in place, he commented that he will return to the cinema, but not so soon.
“Maybe I won’t be back soon because coming to public places is riskier, so not soon, but I will be back.”