As a general rule, if I have nothing nice to say about a subject, I will not bring it up (which is coincidentally why you have not been updated on the long-awaited new food market "Torvehallerne"). Multiplex cinema Palads with its 17 screens, looking like a giant lollipop, belongs in that unmentionable category. When I pass it, I always make an effort to block it out. But, ignoring it has obviously not made it go away. And, somehow I have resigned myself to the fact that it is a part of Copenhagen.
The backside with an evil sky. You can almost smell the popcorn..
It has looked this way since 1989 when it was decorated by Danish painter Poul Gernes.
As someone who love color, why is it so hard for me to appreciate this place?
If you are visiting Copenhagen, and are looking for a quality movie theater, try Empire Bio on Nørrebro or Imperial with the giant screen, right behind Palads (the only dubbed movies you will find in Denmark, are the children's). With Palads.. I know that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but in this case you can make an exception. If you know what I mean?