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We’ve asked Julie Christie what is her favourite cinema: for the world-wide actress, a good theatre has to be “anarchic and political”

Julie Christie favourite cinema
Julie Christie
Julie Christie
Julie Christie
Electric [Cinema] in Notting Hill, in London
Electric [Cinema] in Notting Hill, in London

Electric [Cinema] in Notting Hill

«It was always the Electric [Cinema] in Notting Hill in the old days. It offered a real cinema experience, so anarchic and political in its rejection of cinema market mores» Actress Hulie Christie has no doubt.

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An adventure

«Plus, going there was always an adventure. Who knew what might happen? However, today my favourite cinema is the Renoir in the Brunswick, in London. It remains noble in its refusal to be dictated to by the marketplace while continuing to support great films. Also, the Rio in Dalston, London (pictured below), has a terrific atmosphere».

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Renoir in the Brunswick, in London

Renoir in the Brunswick, in London

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