I just watched The Blues Brothers in an open air cinema in Interlaken, Switzerland. It was a cinema built in a square on the main street. Free with a bar.

They lend blankets for you to put on the chair or cover yourself if you are cold. Some people came with their own cushions. I suppose they are regulars.

On top of that all the bar staff were dressing as the Blues brothers and so people too. Others just Blues Brothers t-shirts. During the movie people would laugh really loud, cheer, shout.

It was quite an experience.

One response to “Openair cinema in Interlaken”

  1. sandrafernandez Avatar

    Era como haber entrado al “tunel del tiempo”. Me encantó! Me hizo acordar a Cinema Paradiso. Eso y volar en parapente fue lo más! Gracias por este pre-cumpleaños! abrazos

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