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Mathieu Guetta, director of cinema Majestic Bastille in Paris, is the guest of 11 p.m. of News i Wednesday 19 May.
“We had a lot of spectators on Wednesday May 19, delighted to see the light projected on the screen again. When you spend 300 days in a ghost room, it’s a happy moment “, says Mathieu Guetta on News i Wednesday evening.
“At 7 p.m., a jazz group came to greet the spectators and the director of the film Slalom also came. It was a moment of celebration. The room was full with the gauge respected“, adds the director of cinema Majestic Bastille in Paris.
“No one has asked the question of financial profitability today. It was important to open up places of culture. There are certainly many constraints, it is a small step for theaters, but a big one for the cinema “, he believes.
“You always have to keep an eye on the room. We are convinced that the public respects sanitary guidelines for their own benefit. With the mask and social distancing, the movie theater remains a safe place “, assures Mathieu Guetta.