To maintain a record, a film is shown in an empty cinema during the pandemic; Understand!

For 43 years, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has been screened weekly at a reserved Saturday night time at the Clinton Street Theater in Portland, United States.

This ensured the production status as the oldest film in the history of cinema.

However, that record was almost broken due to the coronavirus pandemic, which forced several theaters to keep their doors closed.

But, according to Movie Web, a fan by the name of Nathan Williams has helped keep the tradition going.

For 54 weeks, he went to the movies alone and enjoyed the show in a completely empty room, except for himself, of course.

Everything for the film to keep its title.

Cinema owner Lani Jo Leigh said she did not end the showings because she was sure audiences would return to watch the film when the doors reopened.

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And that’s exactly what happened … Due to Williams’ insistence, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” was the first film shown to the public when the theater reopened on the 3rd.

This is love for a movie, isn’t it?

Starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick, the film is known for mixing comedy, horror and music.

The plot follows a young couple looking for shelter in a castle after their car breaks down in the rain. However, they are faced with a house full of wild characters, including a biker and a spooky butler. Through systematic dances and rock songs, host and cinematographer Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named Rocky.

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