Movie Theatre Etiquette Manifesto

I’ve always believed that cinemas and theatres should have a rule that if you can’t get there for curtain-up, you should wait until the interval to take your seat so that you don’t disturb everyone else by squeezing along the row of seats, wriggling out of your coat, arranging your belongings around your feet and then getting a phone call in the middle of the next scene because you forgot to turn off your mobile.

In line with this, I bring you the Movie Theatre Etiquette Manifesto from IFC.com.

“If you need someone to tell you not to pour coke on the floor of a movie theatre, maybe movie theatre etiquette isn’t your biggest problem.”

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