Attention operators of Trondheim cinema - Trondheim Kino

First of all, let me say that I LOVE going to the cinema. In Thailand. I love feeling the luxurious spaces of their cinemas, seeing the big chandaliers, plush and clean sofas and seats, the heavy curtains and the entire first class sound and image quality. It’s an awesome experience.†

In Trondheim, the experience is not that good, despite it being a whole lot more expensive (yes, I know the price level and value of money is very different). The restrooms are old, smelly and appears to be what I call “dirty”. The foyaer is fully automated, and decorated in the Norwegian/ Scandinavian 90’s style with stone, and wood. This Scandinavian style was nice 20 years back and when new, now, it feels a tad outdated in my personal opinion. Also, the foyaer of Trondheim cinemas are dark, and evidently “just a transit-space”.†

I think I might have begged once or twice before, and you might not have agreed. But, I strongly feel that this would put a totally new spin on things for you. You can off course hire me as your consultant, after all, I have been a judge once at the Bangkok International Film Festival.†


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Those are the kind of cinema experiences I want to have in Trondheim as well. Light, fresh, modern, clean and very inviting. So, dear Trondheim Kino, lets crank up the standard way more. As I already said, I’m available to be your consultant.†

This is not what I want:†





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