Remember warm summer nights with fresh popcorn and your sweetheart all piled into a car watching a movie outdoors with bad sound?  Now, two brothers Hall and Ben Smyth, while trying to make ends meet, have started a Roots Revival; a drive in movie experience in downtown Manhattan.  Stuffed inside a 250-square-foot space is DRV-IN, Manhattan’s only (and quite possibly the world’s smallest) drive-in movie. A vintage Ford, parked in front of a 102-inch screen, has a shiny red interior that seats up to six film goers. To see a movie, patrons can visit, select a show time and a title, and pay $75.  Any film can be requested, as long as there is time to order the DVD.   You can even have a conversation during the film, you're not gonna bother anyone! 


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