Built in 1947 after the independence of India, Chandigarh is notably renowned for its urbanism. The most famous architects of the time realized the plans and the architecture of the city. Le Corbusier made Neelam Theater one of the three cinemas in this conurbation containing more than one million inhabitants. It is the British photographer Edmund Sumner who went to capture, more than 50 years after this cinema, as reveals the series below.