Summer 1939. Influential families in Nazi Germany have sent their daughters to a finishing school in an English seaside town to learn the language and be ambassadors for a future looking National Socialist. A teacher there sees what is coming and is trying to raise the alarm. But the authorities believe he is the problem.
Not recommended for 12 years old
- Monday 10th November at 18.00
Tuesday 11 November 20:00
Wednesday 12 November 20:00
NEW THEATRE RULES:-
Jayan Cinema, will allow entry -in principle- to 50% and, little by little, it will increase its capacity.
Space will be delimited with marks on the floor that will help maintain the preventive safety distance.
The use of the mask will be compulsory in the cinema hall and access to the seats or terrace will be carried out in stages. Once inside, the seats will not be numbered or marked, so attendees will be able to sit wherever they want “under their own responsibility and taking into account that the recommended social distance must be kept”. By limiting the entry to 50% of the available capacity, it is a very simple task to comply with this very important prevention measure today.
In addition to the cleaning that is carried out after each screening, the Jayán has an air regeneration system (quite innovative in movie theatres) that allows renewal between sessions, providing a higher quality of the environment. A specific poster will also be installed explaining the hygiene and safety measures adopted by the cinema and that all users must follow.