The British public broadcaster BBC spoke to several cinema owners who complain about noise, bad behavior and even vandalism. “It’s heartbreaking. There are families who don’t even want to go back in when it’s quiet again or who leave before the movie starts. And of course there are children crying. Moreover, many people ask for their money back, which means that is also a financial impact,” says a cinema owner.
That’s why some British cinemas are now refusing entry to young people who want to watch the film in costume. Other cinemas are less strict and parents also stand in the gap for their teenagers. For example, in a certain cinema young people were refused just because they were wearing a white shirt.