With more and more cinemas in Russia losing out to multiplexes, photographer Sergey Novikov sought to capture the old buildings in their new incarnations - sometimes abandoned, sometimes used for discos and fairs or taken over by Jehovah's Witnesses.
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#22 Oct 22, 2013
El Casique is living proof as to what is now acceptable with the most holy beloved idol/wtbts!
#23 Oct 22, 2013
Your freak show has too many reruns.
Hit the road until you come up with some new material.
#24 Oct 22, 2013
Who woulda thought? Cinemas are losing out to movieplexes here in the US as well. And once we had many outdoor drive-in movies; now there are very few left.
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