Off a dirt road in rural Maine, a precocious 20-year-old woman named Michelle Smith lives with her mother Julie. Michelle is quirky and charming, legally blind and diagnosed on the autism spectrum,
with big dreams and varied passions. Searching for connection, Michelle explores love and empowerment outside the limits of “normal” through a provocative sex-positive community. Michelle’s joyful story of self-discovery celebrates outcasts everywhere.
Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists
|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 14,801-14,900)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 18,701-18,800)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 7,001-7,100)
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||December 2nd, 2016 (Limited) by First Run Features|
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||Maine, Autism, Blindness, Coming of Age, Female empowerment, Life in a Small Town, Sexual Awakening|
|Source:||Based on Real Life Events|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
||Only Bright Productions, Beacon Street Films, Carriage House Pictures, VFR Films|
December 6th, 2016
Jackie led the way on the theater average chart with an average of $55,743 in five theaters. Given this start and add in its Oscar buzz and the film has a real shot at expanding wide. Last week’s winner, Lion, fell to second place with an average of $16,651 in seven theaters. Manchester by the Sea continues its impressive run with an average of $14,592 in 156 theaters. It still has room to grow. Miss Sloane earned an average of $11,213 in four theaters. It is reportedly expanding wide this weekend, but that can mean anything from a few hundred theaters to well over 2,000. Finally, Things to Come opened with an average of $11,030 in three theaters.
December 2nd, 2016
There are not a lot of limited releases on this week’s list. Things to Come is earning the best reviews, but it is a foreign-language film and that will limit its box office potential. Believe is the biggest in terms of theater count, but it’s a faith-based film and there’s a chance it will open well below the Mendoza Line. On the other hand, Jackie has the best box office potential and Natalie Portman could win an Oscar for her performance.
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