The World's Most Claustrophobic Cinema
We all love the reactions that horror movies cause within ourselves. The fear, the tension, the revulsion, even claustrophobia. Well those emotions are about to get a whole lot more intense when The World's Most Claustrophobic Cinema offers a multi-sensory movie screening in which guests watch a film... from the inside of a Sarcophagus.
This terrifying experience is taking place at the Göteborg Film Festival in Sweden. The exclusive screening will play the Nordic premiere of the highly anticipated sci-fi film, Aniara. Based off a poem written by Harry Martinson, Aniara follows characters as they're forced to leave Earth in a spaceship, where they grapple with "obsessions, isolation and limited space."
Each of the isolated sarcophagi are monitored and equipped with ventilation systems and a panic button, should the experience become too overwhelming for the viewer. A wise move, surely those panic buttons will be used frequently.
So if you're interested in this unique experience, head over to the official website
where you can sign up to participate if you have the constitution for such an experience. You can also check out the trailer for the experience, and for the film Aniara that will screen, below.
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