Cheap flicks for International Cinema Day

November 20, 2018 21:31
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Movies throughout the country will be NIS 10 on November 22 to celebrate World Cinema Day. Some 45 theaters, with a total of 380 screens, will participate in this event. These will include the YES Planet, Cinema City, Lev Cinemas, Rav Chen and Globus Max chains.

3-D movies will be NIS 14 and there will be special prices for IMAX, 4DX and VIP screenings. Several movies will premiere on this day, including Creed II, Shoplifters (which won the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year), Billionaire Boys Club, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Knock and Robin Hood. Israeli movies currently in theaters will also be included.

This is the sixth consecutive year that this day has been celebrated in Israel.

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