question of the day: Do you check out the movie scene when you travel?
I’m in London at the moment, and I hope to get the chance to go to a movie here. Though to be honest, it’s low on my list of priorites. Talking to people here about movies is high on the list, but it does seem kind of silly of waste precious hours here on a movie I could see at home, even if I have to wait a while for it.
If I had the chance to attend a press screening while I’m here, I would probably make time for that, to see how that experience differs from New York. And if it meant the chance to see a British film long before I’d have the chance to see it at home, I’d really jump at it. But though I have somehow managed to get my name onto some U.K. press lists, and do sometimes receive invites to screenings here in London, I didn’t happen get any that coincide with my time here.
Do you check out the movie scene when you travel? For those of you in the U.S., you wouldn’t have to travel outside the country to potentially find a different moviegoing experience. For everyone else, you’d probably have to travel internationally to expect to run into differences.
(If you have a suggestion for a QOTD, feel free to email me.)
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