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Daily LifeSeeing a movie in France

France has plenty of movie theaters that show movies in English. Just look for movies marked VOSF (version original sous-titre en français) or just VO. Be careful, movies in France come from all over the world, so VO movies can be in languages other than English!

The cost of seeing a movie in France varies from 6 to 8 euros, depending on location and time of day. Most theaters in France have a bargain matinee. In general, American movies come out a month or so later than in the US. In my experience, most American movies that are released in France spend their first week being shown in VO.

In France, there is a yearly fête du cinéma, where movie theaters will cut their admission prices, I think up to half-off. The fête du cinéma takes place during the summer and runs for three days.

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