Izmir Metropolitan Municipality organized a "car cinema" event on the longest night of the year. The movie "Butterfly's Dream" by Yılmaz Erdoğan was screened on the giant screen set in İnciraltı. While the sound of the movie can be listened to in cars with the closed circuit radio system, the audience was served popcorn, soda pop and salep. The people of Izmir, who enjoyed the cinema without getting out of the car, had a pleasant evening.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality organized the Drive-in Movie event, which emerged in the USA in the 1950s and then became widespread all over the world, on December 21, which is the longest night of the year, with Izmir residents. Moviegoers enjoyed cinema without getting out of their cars. The event, which was limited to 120 cars, attracted great interest.
The movie "Butterfly's Dream", written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan, was screened on the giant screen set in İnciraltı Democracy Square. Starring Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ and Mert Fırat, II. The screening of the film, which tells the life story of young poets Rüştü Onur and Muzaffer Tayyip Uslu, who lived in Zonguldak during World War II, started at 21.00:XNUMX. The sound of the film was easily listened to in the cars with the closed circuit radio system without any noise. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality offered popcorn, soda pop and sahlep to those who enjoy watching movies under the stars in their cars.