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Cinema buffs familiar with movie theaters in Los Angeles, Cannes and Berlin do not necessarily link their passion with Austria's capital Vienna.Breitenseer Lichtspiele cinema was the place to go in Vienna to watch silent movie classics in the 1920s, such as "A Woman of Affairs," starring Greta Garbo.Over the years, the cinema's technical equipment has been updated several times but Nitsch-Fitz, an 80-year-old who has been running the business for 48 years, never earned enough to switch to a digital movie system.She invested in DVD and Blu-ray players and in a digital beamer and borrows films from small, independent distributors instead of bigger, expensive, ones. She also still uses the old 35 mm projector to show silent movies.
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