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Kino Politu is a great independent movie theater--they show a mix of Czech and international films in two comfortable screening rooms. We ordered cappuccinos at the ticket counter and asked the ticket seller to put a shot of Jameson's in and she looked confused and...More
This cinema is one of those small cinemas in Prague worth the visit. Screen rooms are small, but comfy. They offer a selection of both czech and international movies, some of them English friendly.
It will become one of my favourite places to enjoy cinema.
Super hip oldschool cinema with classic "handwritten" tickets. They have two rather small rooms, and about 6-8 screenongs a day. Vibe of old era is priceless!
Date of experience: May 2016
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