Now Playing at Les Arenes de Chaillot

The Guardian’s Jon Henley talks with members of La Mexicaine de Perforation, the urban explorers group who built and operated a cinema in a 4,000-sf uncharted quarry 60 feet under the Place de Chaillot in Paris. They called the cinema Les Arenes de Chaillot.
During the seven-week season, the Mexicans screened films by “Chinese and Korean directors but also Alex Proyas’ Dark City, Coppola’s Rumble Fish, David Lynch’s Eraserhead, and Terry Gilliam’s Brazil.
Clandestine group reveals how it built its cinema beneath the city [Guardian UK]