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Cinephiles flock to the Danish Film Institute's cinema centre, which screens over 60 films per month, including semi-monthly classic Danish hits (with English subtitles) on Sundays...
The Danish Film Institute’s cutting-edge film centre plays classic Danish and foreign film, mostly in short, themed seasons. There is an excellent cinema bookshop here, as well as the stylish restaurant Sult .
Just off Strøget, this historic theatre from 1913 screens mainly European art-house films. The onsite cafe serves simple bites like quiche and cake, as well as organic, free-trade coffee and top-notch teas.
A multiplex, yes, but one with a garish charm. Palads Cinema offers a large number of choices in both Danish and international films (subtitled in Danish).
This deeply groovy bar-club-restaurant-lounge-café-hairdresser-clothing store-art space (really) has made a major splash on the Nørrebro nightlife scene...
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