Hg2 : The Hedonist

Studio 28

Montmartre’s creative crowd watch art-house and classic films at this retro cinema, which has remained largely unchanged since it first opened in the 1920s (except that, thanks to government funding, it now has an haut-def projector and spotless screen with Dolby surround sound). It was an essential meeting place for avant-garde film-makers: Luis Bunuel first aired L’Age d’Or here, and Jean Cocteau even designed the light-fittings. More recently, it played a supporting role in feelgood hit Amelie. Meet before the movie for drinks at the tiny foyer bar, or find a perch in the covered courtyard cafe, though it gets very busy at the weekends.

10 rue TholozŽ,
+33 1 46 06 36 07
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