Question To An Expert: What Is The Best Place To Choose In The Cinema

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Question To An Expert: What Is The Best Place To Choose In The Cinema
Question To An Expert: What Is The Best Place To Choose In The Cinema

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Video: Where's the Best Place to Sit in a Movie Theater? 2023, January
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anya Airapetova

ANSWERS TO MOST OF THE QUESTIONS ARE EXCITING TO US we used to search online. In the new series of materials, we ask just such questions: burning, unexpected or common - to professionals in various fields.

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Even in such an elementary matter as choosing a seat in a cinema, there are different strategies. Someone thinks that it is imperative to sit in the first row so that nothing distracts from the picture. Others are sure that there is nothing better than the middle of the last row - the maximum immersion is obtained, as the director intended. For health, says Vadim Bondar, an ophthalmologist at the DokDety and Fantasy clinics, there is no difference between the first and the last one: where you like it, it’s good. Whether the choice of location can affect the viewing experience of the film, we learned from industry experts.

Stanislav Zelvensky

film critic of "Afisha Daily"

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For me, the most important thing is not the position relative to the screen or the speakers, but the maximum loneliness: so that there is no whisper, popcorn crunching, telephone light and, ideally, nothing human at all. People are always grouped in the center of the hall in the eighth-tenth row, so I usually sit on the edge, in the third-fourth row. And I try to go to daytime sessions when there are fewer people. It is connected with the profession that I am used to going to the cinema alone, unlike most of the audience, but this absolutely suits me, of course: I do not perceive the film show as a social or romantic event.

I know that there is a cinephilic school that claims that you can only sit in the first row, so that there is nothing between you and the screen, but this already smacks of pathology. Oh, well, vision matters. And my height: I am tall, which, on the one hand, is comfortable, but on the other hand, in many gyms my legs barely fit, here, again, side seats have an advantage. All the rules are turned off, of course, at festivals, where the main thing is to take at least some place, there are always film critics around, and this can be slightly traumatic. In general, so that the impression of the film directly depends on the hall or place, this was not the case, but people who speak even quietly can, of course, greatly ruin the session.

Nikolay Efremov

Head of Film Technology Department "Moschino"

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There are many different opinions. Someone likes to sit further away, someone, on the contrary, close to the screen - especially when it is huge. But! As for the highest-quality phono: according to Dolby standards, the measuring microphone, with the help of which the sound is tuned, is placed at a distance of ⅔ of the length of the auditorium, and the entire frequency response of the hall acoustics is built in relation to this place. This, of course, does not mean that the sound is bad in other places, but the highest quality sound is there (provided that the cinema does not underestimate the sound level during projection).

As for the image, most of the halls now have silver screens. These screens are directional, they reflect light in a certain direction. Depending on the point of view, the brightness may not appear to be distributed evenly across the screen. This is especially true for the outermost seats in the front rows: if you sit there, part of the screen remains light, and part, on the contrary, becomes darker. So, of course, it's best to sit in the center of the screen - both in width and height. Then the brightness will be uniform, and the distortions, which are already abundant in the projection, are minimal.

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