Well, nearly a private screening.
This was a short time after the general much-hyped release of "The Da Vinci Code'.
So many documentaries have been shown on TV taking us around the actual filming sites, and covering aspects of the film. The sites are now popular for tourists, and lots of people are visiting them.
We were at The Tuggeranong Hyperdome yesterday, intending to visit the A-Mart Sports Store.
Instead we had a snack at the Food Court, which is next to the Hoyts Theatre complex, and being nosy, went into the entry at 12:10pm, to find that the film was to start at 12:30 pm.
So we bought the tickets and waited.
There were very few people hanging around so we went into the theatre, and just near start time, another person came in.
There were then 3 people at this session.
Noticed on the way out that there was another cinema showing the Da Vinci Code.
Anyway, I thought the book was better, because you could use some imagination in visuallising the scenes as they unfolded.
In the film, the atmosphere was dark, and a little complex. I thought that if you had not read the book, then the story may have been hard to follow in the film. FWIW.
Until Next Time