RIGAEverybody loves a good film. But while sitting at home with some food on your lap and a DVD may be a pleasure, nothing can compare to the experience of seeing a film at the cinema. The idiot eating popcorn beside you with hydraulic molars, the couple in front of you who mindlessly burst into laughter as soon as the credits roll, the tense moment when all is about to be revealed and someone's cell phone starts bleeping out a Rossini overture. Film technology may be about to enter the stratosphere, but one cinema at least is romantically clinging onto some old traditions. The future of th...
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