Why the Film "Theatre" Could be a Cult Movie
When I hear the word cult, first of all, I associate it with religion. The literal and traditional meaning of the word cult is derived from the Latin cultus, meaning "care" or "adoration." In English, "cult" remains neutral and a technical term within this context to refer to the "cult of Artemis at Ephesus" and the "cult figures" that accompanied it, or to "the importance of the Ave Maria in the cult of the Virgin." But one can refer to the cult as a phenomenon of art. As for the notion of cult in the literature or cinema field then cult movie or cult book could be comprehended.
According to wikipedia one explanation of a cult film is that it has acquired a highly devoted but relatively small group of fans. Often, cult movies have failed to achieve fame outside of the small fanbases. …
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