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Would a question about American movie audiences' habit of leaving a movie theater immediately when the closing credits start, and how that compares with the rest of the world, be considered on-topic?

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    Shame this is probably not on topic - I'd be interested in knowing more about this. Having lived in the UK & USA where this is the norm, I'm curious to know where they don't do this.
    – iandotkelly Mod
    May 19 at 19:23
  • @iandotkelly A French teacher in high school told us that in either France or Europe in general they sit through the closing credits before leaving the theater. Jun 10 at 4:43
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It's a potentially interesting question BUT I don't really think it fits the M&TV.SE model which is more about appreciation of Movies and TV themselves rather than how people act in a movie theater.

Your question is about human behaviour or perhaps psychology so perhaps another site on the network might be better but make sure you check that site's guidelines first.

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