Movie Theater And Choosing A Seat

1175 WordsFeb 23, 20175 Pages
1. When walking into a movie theater and choosing a seat, the appropriate interval all depends on how full the theater is. When a person pays for a movie ticket, they understand the possibility of not receiving the ideal seating. Most movie theaters operate on a first come first served basis. In my estimation, the appropriate spacing between people at a movie theater is one seat. I don’t have a problem sitting next to a stranger in a movie theater with one seat separating us. I understand sometimes sitting next to a stranger in inevitable, I have had to do it many times. Movie theaters become very dark once the movie starts, which causes people to feel uncomfortable because they are vulnerable without sight. I feel that the appropriate…show more content…
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