AP PHOTOS: Magic in Greek moonlight as outdoor cinemas open

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Like so much else, Greece’s open-air cinemas, where patrons can enjoy a movie in the flower-scented moonlight with a drink, a snack and even a smoke, have been hard-hit by lockdown measures. Under the country’s partial reopening, open-air cinemas started operating on June 1, a month late and with considerable restrictions. There are far fewer seats and no interval, both of which are bad for revenues. Business so far has been slow, due to rain. Cinema operators expect revenues to fall up to 40% due to the restrictions. But at least one business owner says “things don’t look as bleak as three weeks ago.”