Putting up every single letter to announce the program, selling sweets in a small kiosk at the entrance, a school bell to announce the beginning of the film…
The Ostentor-Kino is something for fans of “traditional movie theaters” – you know what I mean?
The program consists of arthouse movies that often don’t make it to the big cinemas. They also regularly show films in the original language (which is often English – yeah;) ).
It’s all the little things that, at least for me, make the Ostentor-Kino a true gem. I mean, they even have pillows so that small people (like me) can sit a little higher and see everything. Isn’t that nice?
After the movie, you can go for a beer in the bar right next door. And in the summer, I advise you to grab a drink at their kiosk and take it for a walk down to the Danube which is just two minutes away (leave the cinema and turn left. Then just before the bridge, take another left – there you are).
Find more information at their homepage.