Looking Back Through The Mists Of Time, We Find...Exactly This (1)
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I came across something interesting this week, which I wanted to share and discuss in terms of sexism in film, and its social implications. It is a collection of cinema tickets from the 1990s.

For context, I grew up on the council estates of South-East London. As a family, we didn’t have much – but my good fortune lay just across the street. We lived opposite Well Hall Coronet Cinema and, in those days, you could see movies for just £2.50 on Mondays and Wednesdays. For someone utterly besotted with film from the earliest age, this was like heaven on Earth. I would routinely scrimp and save in order to see whatever was playin...

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