The cinema is located up on the cliff. It is relatively easy to make the short uphill walk from the town to get to it. Parking was available at a flat rate in an adjacent campground and was a bit expensive for the time one spends there.
The film was okay. I wasn't sure that there was a great deal of benefit from the 360 degrees of screen. It conveyed a sense of chaos for sure. It wasn`t particularly crowded the day we were there. Possibly being crammed in with others would have mimicked the sense of what the soldiers went through and added considerably to the emotional impact.
It would be a good activity on a rainy day.
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