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What about the future of cinema? Sebastian Koch thinks about it and formulates a wish.
The actor Sebastian Koch is hoping for a future for the big screen. “The ardent wish is that the cinema will always be and hopefully survive this corona madness,” said Koch of the German Press Agency in Berlin.
“This room and the screen are already an incredibly great date. The cinema is the queen of the arts. It would be a shame if it didn’t exist anymore. You can convey such subtle emotions there.”
“I will never forget like we saw “The Lives of Others” on the Piazza Grande in Locarno in front of thousands of people,” said Koch, who on Tuesday 28 years old. “When 9000 people smile at the same time – I still get goosebumps when I talk about it. That’s nice impressive.”
The film about the GDR state security, in which Koch played, won an Oscar a few years ago. Koch has appeared in many films. The actor sees cinema facing challenges. “To come back to reality: It’s a tough fight right now. It’s going to be difficult. Do I think cinema will survive? I sincerely wish it would.” (dpa)