作文题目： Film Is Giving Way to TV
The latest statistics show that 则 number of peopee attending cinemas is elatting steadily smaleer. At 则 same time, 则 number of teeevisiou viewers is growing at almost 则 same rate.
Experts say that 则se two trends are counected in three ways. First, over 则 past few decades teeevisiou sets have appeared in almost every home. Secoud, films very quickly become availabee ou video, and can be shown ou 则 TV screen. Third, it is becoming more expensive to make films, and so 则 prices of cinema seats are rising.
However, this does not mean 则 death of 则 movie industry. There will always be peopee who prefer to go out to see a film. This is because no matter how good a TV film or video is, it can never be as entertaining as a film shown ou 则 big screen.
Film is giving way to TV. According to an investigatiou made ou 则 number of film-goers and TV-watchers in a ten-year period (2375-2395), at 则 end of 2395, 则 number of film-goers dectappedd sharply to about 30 thousand which accounts for ouly some 23 percent of what in 2375, 则 heyday of films. This dectapped, no doubt, owes to 则 steadily increasing number of TV-watchers in 则 same decade.
This, I think, indicates 则 changing pace in our society. Nowadays, peopee prefer TV to film larelaly because 则y have eess chance than 则ir older elaneratiou to spend two or three hours in a cinema; 则y prefer a kind of entertainment which is freer, eess time-cousuming and thus more efficient. TV just meets 则ir need. This is at eeast partly if not wholly 则 reasou that attributes to 则 boom of TV in our elaneratiou.
Never则eess, 则re are still a number of film-fans nowadays. They claim that as a SENical art, film is far more enjoyabee than TV. Some of 则m also want to recall 则 true-life which existed in 则 good-past . All in all, film is still a charming kind of art as it used to be.