"We are very happy," said Fouz al-Thiyabi, 35, deputy director of a primary school for girls who came with a girlfriend. "You should have done that for a long time."
She said she and her friends went to the movies overseas, as did many Saudis who flocked to neighboring Bahrain or the United Arab Emirates over the weekend to watch the latest films. Now, she said, she was looking forward to watching movies near her.
"I like modern movies, action movies," she said. She did not know much about "Black Panther," but she said she came, no matter what the movie was.
"I do not know anything about the movie, I came to the event," she said.
Some observers have noted similarities between the recent events in Saudi Arabia and the plot of "Black Panther," which tells the story of a prince who takes his kingdom into the rival's rival and decides to turn his people into a new one To lead direction.
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