Who has never imagined privatizing a movie theater? Initiated in the United States, the concept is now offered in Luxembourg. Private sessions for two to ten people are available. “It gives a pretty exclusive feeling, you feel like you’re a bit privileged”, smiles Yvan Stupar, himself the lessor of a private session.

The sanitary rules are obviously in force. Wearing a mask, two meters between each seat and food prohibited in the rooms. Regardless of the number of people invited, the cost of privatization is 199 euros. A high price, but which finds followers. “This is to please a large audience, assures Maud Franz, national manager of Kinépolis in Luxembourg. (…) It may appeal to a clientele who, through the Covid situation, will find themselves more comfortable being in a movie theater only with close people, and not with the general public “.

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