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Vidiots welcomes back L.A. moviegoers after six years

L.A.'s reopened Vidiots, both a theater and video store, hopes to inject a sense of shared commitment and community into the local film scene.
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The return of Vidiots could alter L.A.'s moviegoing map for good Click to view images

L.A.'s reopened Vidiots, both a theater and video store, hopes to inject a sense of shared commitment and community into the local film scene.

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