Drive-in theaters were once a big part of American car culture in the mid-’60s. But air-conditioned theaters eventually put most of them out of business. But these days, with movie theaters shut down because of the coronavirus, drive-in theaters are experiencing something of a renaissance. VOA’s Towhidul Islam visited a drive-in theater in rural Virginia and filed this report narrated by Bezhan Hamdard.
Camera: Towhidul Islam Produced by: Bezhan Hamdard
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