After 35 years, cinemas of Saudi Arabia will be open to the public as part of other reforms by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, like allowing women to drive and enter sports stadiums.

Citizens of the mostly conservative nation are welcoming the news, although some are concerned about the censorship that could be exercised over the movies allowed to show.

The first screens will be open by March with a goal of 2,000 screens in about 12 years.