Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $31,847,881Details
International Box Office $14,400,000
Worldwide Box Office $46,247,881
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $8,513,872 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,509,482 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $11,023,354
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Synopsis

Adapted from the bestseller by Jonathan Safran Foer, "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" is a story that unfolds from inside the young mind of Oskar Schell, an inventive eleven year-old New Yorker whose discovery of a key in his deceased father's belongings sets him off on an urgent search across the city for the lock it will open. A year after his father died in the World Trade Center on what Oskar calls "The Worst Day," he is determined to keep his vital connection to the man who playfully cajoled him into confronting his wildest fears. Now, as Oskar crosses the five New York boroughs in quest of the missing lock - encountering an eclectic assortment of people who are each survivors in their own way - he begins to uncover unseen links to the father he misses, to the mother who seems so far away from him and to the whole noisy, dangerous, discombobulating world around him.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
46% - Rotten
Audience
62% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 25th, 2011 (Limited) by Warner Bros.
January 20th, 2012 (Expands Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 29th, 2012 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for emotional thematic material, some disturbing images, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2197, 11/9/2011)
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Depression, Inspired by a True Story, Ensemble, Death of a Spouse, Autism, Terrorism, Unnamed Character, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, 9/11
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Scott Rudin, Warner Bros.

DVD Sales: Alvin Hops to the Top

Family films led the way on the DVD Sales Chart this week taking the top three spots. This included one and a half new releases. The best selling DVD was Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, which sold 893,000 units / $15.56 million during its first full week of release. This is well below the opening week numbers of its predecessors, but the franchise collapsed at the box office, so this result is not surprising. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Families Happy to be Blu

There were not many new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart and many of the top selling DVDs were family films, which tend to struggle on high definition. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked did grab first place, but with just 270,000 units / $6.29 million. Its opening week Blu-ray Share was just 23%, which is weak for the format as a whole and only average for the genre. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 27th, 2012

It's not a particularly strong week when it comes to the home market. The biggest box office hit coming out this week is Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, but that film missed expectations at the box office and was savaged by critics. It should be the best selling DVD and Blu-ray of the week, but that's because it is a slow week overall. As for the best of the best, Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII is my choice for Pick of the Week. Others might go with South Park: Season 15 instead, while A Dangerous Method would also be the top choice of many. By a strange coincidence, I'm waiting for the screeners for all four of these films. More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Picture

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. We wrap up our look at the prestigious categories with the most prestigious of them all: Best Picture. This year there were nine nominees, but not all of them really have a shot at winning. (One of the nominations generated more outrage than anything else.) Is there a favorite? And are there any that have a legitimate shot at the upset? More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Supporting Actor

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. This week we will look at the four acting categories, and up next is Best Supporting Actor. This category is only slightly more competitive than Best Supporting Actress with almost all the evidence pointing to one winner. More...

Weekend Estimates: Chronicle and Woman in Black Vie for SuperBowl Honors

The industry's healthy start to 2012 will continue this weekend thanks to two more good opening weekends. Chronicle is currently favorite to win the weekend, with Fox predicting a $22 million opening. CBS Films is pegging The Woman in Black at $21 million (a record for the fledgling studio). Both figures are predicated on historical models for SuperBowl Sunday, which can be a difficult day to predict, so the final order between the two could yet switch, although Chronicle is heavily favored to win at this point. Overall box office will be up about 35% from last year, although that reflects the very weak start to 2011. This weekend looks as though it will be about average for a SuperBowl weekend overall. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Colorful Results over the Weekend

January completed the sweep this weekend, despite slipping 6% from last weekend to $126 million over the weekend. This was still 16% higher than the same weekend last year, meaning three out of the four weekends in January saw double-digit gains over 2011 and by the end, 2012's lead over 2011 was 12% at $812 million to $726 million. I'm starting to get a little optimistic and hopefully this trend will continue next month. More...

2012 Awards Season: Hugo and The Artist Compete for Oscar Glory

Yesterday was one of the biggest days during Awards Season as The Oscar nominations were announced in the morning. It was a two horse race for top spot as far as the big winners are concerned. Hugo earned the most nominations with eleven, while The Artist was right behind with ten. However, one could argue The Artist is the bigger winner, as more of its nominations were in the more prestigious categories. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Underworld Rises to the Top

2012 has gone three for three in the year-over-year comparison. This weekend we have a couple films do a little better than expected and a couple films struggle a little bit, but the overall box office was up 1% from last weekend to $134 million. More importantly, the box office was up 30% from last year. Not only did we have better strength on top with Underworld: Awakening earning $25 million, but we also had much stronger depth. This bodes well going into next week and hopefully January will complete the sweep when compared to last year. Year-to-Date, 2012 now has a 15% lead over 2011 at $748 million to $653 million. It is still far too early to declare victory, but every dollar earned now puts us one dollar closer to matching last year's total. More...

Weekend Estimates: Underworld Awakens Box Office

A solid $25.4 million projected opening for Underworld: Awakening this weekend, backed by a better-than-expected $19.1 million for Red Tails will help give the industry a healthy start to 2012. Based on studio estimates released on Sunday, business this weekend should be up about 30% from the same weekend last year, and 2012 is currently running about 11% ahead of 2011. Obviously there's a long way to go, but early momentum is always useful. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office Wake Up?

It's very early in the year, but so far 2012 is on a winning streak. Will that streak continue this weekend? This weekend we have three wide releases, Underworld: Awakening, Red Tails, and Haywire, plus a wide expansion, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Conversely, last year there was only one wide release, No Strings Attached, plus only one holdover that earned more than $10 million, The Green Hornet. This year we should have five films earning more than $10 million and this depth should help 2012 earn a win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Per Theater Chart: We Need to Talk About Holdovers

It was a busy week on the per theater chart with five films in the $10,000 club; however, all but one of those films were holdovers. Leading the way was We Need to Talk About Kevin, which returned to theaters after its week-long Oscar qualification run. It earned an average of $21,123 in two theaters. Pina doubled its theater count, but remained strong in second place with an average of $20,740 in six theaters. Even if it doesn't expand significantly, it will reach some major milestones. Despite mixed reviews, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is earning very strong legs. This past weekend it dipped just 8% while earning an average of $15,172 in six theaters. It expands wide on Friday and it should do quite well. The only new release of the week to reach the $10,000 club was Sophomore, which opened with an estimated $13,000 in its lone theater. Finally, we get to A Separation, which earned an average of $11,977 in six theaters. Hopefully it will expand to take advantage of is success thus far. More...

MLK 3-Day Estimates: Contraband Steals the Weekend

With Beauty and the Beast disappointing slightly over the 3-day MLK frame, Contraband will take first place by a fairly comfortable margin, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The action movie is set to pick up about $24.1 million, per Universal, while Disney pegs Beast's Friday-Sunday total at $18.5 million. Joyful Noise will bring in a solid, if slightly disappointing, $11.3 million for Warner Bros.. More...

Per Theater Chart: Iron Isn't Tarnished during Sophomore Stint

The $10,000 club was again crowded this week and, as expected for this time of year, it was filled almost entirely by holdovers. Iron Lady remained the top film with an average of $35,275 in five theaters and it should start hitting major milestones very soon. Pina's average grew, again, reaching $27,676 in three theaters. Hopefully it will start expanding quickly, before its momentum fades. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close earned an average of $16,521 in six theaters. Its mixed reviews haven't taken too much of a toll, yet. A Separation doubled its theater count, but its per theater average remained relatively steady at $15,440. The overall box office leader, The Devil Inside, was next at $14,763. Finally, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia opened with $10,652 in one theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Devil Inside Scores Surprise Win

The Devil Inside came out of nowhere to win this weekend's race at the box office, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Its $34.5 million debut is well ahead of expectations and will likely place it second or third on the list of all-time January opening weekends when final numbers are released on Monday. (See full list of January record weekends.) This performance is a welcome boost to overall business, which is coming off a disappointing 2011. Total box office for the weekend should be about 30% up from this weekend last year. More...

Per Theater Chart: Iron is Worth Its Weight In Gold

Iron Lady led a group of six films in the $10,000 earning a per theater average of $55,102. This is better than expected and shows the Oscar buzz for Meryl Streep is overcoming the middling overall reviews. Last week's winner, Pina, remained strong with an average of $23,874 in three theaters. I expect it will expand somewhat and earn a small measure of mainstream success. A Separation opened with an average of $19,827 in three theaters and with possible Oscar glory, it continues to do well. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy has already earned a significant measure of mainstream success and with an average of $19,043 in 55 theaters this past weekend, it had its best weekend yet. It did cost $21 million to make, so it will need to continue to do well for quite some time before it makes profitability likely. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close's first full weekend went well earning an average of $18,463 in three theaters. It has a shot at expanding wide in a couple weeks, assuming it holds on relatively well over the next couple weeks. The final film in the $10,000 club was Pariah, which earned an average of $12,145 in four theaters. It earned just over $100,000 from Wednesday through Monday. More...

2012 Preview: January

2011 ended, and really that's the only good news we got from the entire month of December. That's not snark either. Of the eleven films opening or expanding wide that month, six will definitely miss expectations by significant margins and with the other five it is too soon to tell, (it depends on how well they hold up during the New Year's Day long weekend). Only Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol can be considered a pleasant surprise, and even then it might not match original expectations. Looking forward, the only really good piece of news for this January is that last January was a pretty bad as well. Only two films, The Green Hornet and No Strings Attached, beat expectations by significant margins, while The Dilemma bombed hard enough to nearly wipe out those gains. This time around, the biggest hit will likely be Beauty and the Beast's 3D re-release, but even then, I doubt it will do as well as The Lion King's 3D re-release. There's a good chance the year will start off on a sour note, just like 2011 ended. More...

Limited Releases: Awards Season Cools Off This Week

There are only seven films on this week's list of limited releases; however, five of them were earning at least some measure of Awards Season buzz. This is hardly unusual for this time of year. What is unusual is that almost none of them are earning overall positive reviews. The one exception is Pina, which has 93% positive reviews, but as a documentary / concert film, it might struggle to find an audience outside of fans of modern dance. On the other hand, while Albert Nobbs' overall reviews are merely mixed, it has a chance to find a sizable audience, thanks in part to its numerous early nominations. More...

Cast

Tom Hanks    Thomas Schell
Thomas Horn    Oskar Schell
Sandra Bullock    Linda Schell
Max von Sydow    The Renter
Viola Davis    Abby Black
John Goodman    Stan the Doorman
Jeffrey Wright    William Black
Zoe Caldwell    Oskar's Grandmother
Dennis Hearn    Minister
Paul Klementowicz    Homeless Man
Julian Tepper    Deli Waiter
Caleb Reynolds    Schoolboy
Stephen McKinley Henderson    Walt the Locksmith
Lorna Pruce    Locksmith Customer
Hazelle Goodman    Hazelle Black
Beradette Drayton    Prayer Group Woman
David Latham    Prayer Group Man
Marty Krzywonos    Piano Man
Jim Norton    Old Mr. Black
Carmen M. Herlihy    Denise Black
Ryka Dottavio    Maris Black
Chloe Roe    Stable Girl
Diane Cheng    Fong Black
Gregory Korostishevsky    Borris Black
Adrian Martinez    Hector Black
Marco Verna    E.S. Black
Brandon Jeffers    Hamlet
Martin Brens    Dick Black
Gustavo Brens    Richard Black
Brooke Bloom    Astrid Black
Rene Ojeda    Ramos Black
Madison Arnold    Alan Black
Henry Morales-Ballet    Deli Customer #1
Bryse Gregory    Deli Customer #2
William Youmans    Bartender
Kit Flanagan    Cassidy Black
Jenson Smith    Aurelia Black
Ray Iannicelli    Baz Black
Miguel Jarquin-Moreland    B.G. Black
Benjamin McCracken    Benjamin Black
Malachi Weir    Malachi Black
John Joseph Gallagher    Harlan Black
Sam Kaufman    Minch
Steven Kunken    Teacher
Kim Rideout    Business Woman
Chloe Elaine Scharf    Business Woman's Daughter
Eva Kaminsky    Security Guard
Christopher Hardwick    Estate Sale Organizer
Kate Levy    Woman at Estate Sale
Stephanie Kurtzuba    Elaine Black
Catherine Kurtzuba    Leigh-Anne Black
Lola Pashalinski    Mona Black
Clayton James Mackay    Boy
Bailey Grey    Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Stephen Daldry
Screenwriter    Eric Roth
Based on the Novel by Jonathan Safran Foer    Jonathan Safran Foer
Producer    Scott Rudin
Executive Producer    Celia Costas
Executive Producer    Mark Roybal
Executive Producer    Nora Skinner
Co-Producer    Eli Bush
Co-Producer    Tapik Karam
Director of Photography    Chris Menges
Production Designer    K.K. Barrett
Editor    Claire Simpson
Music Composed and Conducted by    Alexandre Desplat
Costume Designer    Ann Roth
Casting    Ellen Lewis
Casting    Mele Nagler
Unit Production Manager    Deb Dyer
First Assistant Director    Richard Styles
Second Assistant Director    Amy Lauritsen
Associate Producer    Jayne-Ann Tenggren

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/25 - $72,348   6 $12,058   $72,348 1
2011/12/26 - $42,370 -41% 6 $7,062   $114,718 2
2011/12/27 - $28,213 -33% 6 $4,702   $142,931 3
2011/12/28 - $30,772 +9% 6 $5,129   $173,703 4
2011/12/29 - $28,571 -7% 6 $4,762   $202,274 5
2011/12/30 - $36,681 +28% 6 $6,114   $238,955 6
2011/12/31 - $28,968 -21% 6 $4,828   $267,923 7
2012/01/01 - $45,126 +56% 6 $7,521   $313,049 8
2012/01/02 - $39,368 -13% 6 $6,561   $352,417 9
2012/01/03 - $15,526 -61% 6 $2,588   $367,943 10
2012/01/04 - $15,870 +2% 6 $2,645   $383,813 11
2012/01/05 - $15,731 -1% 6 $2,622   $399,544 12
2012/01/06 - $25,738 +64% 6 $4,290   $425,282 13
2012/01/07 - $41,308 +60% 6 $6,885   $466,590 14
2012/01/08 - $32,079 -22% 6 $5,347   $498,669 15
2012/01/09 - $10,069 -69% 6 $1,678   $508,738 16
2012/01/10 - $12,080 +20% 6 $2,013   $520,818 17
2012/01/11 - $11,590 -4% 6 $1,932   $532,408 18
2012/01/12 - $12,108 +4% 6 $2,018   $544,516 19
2012/01/13 - $22,001 +82% 6 $3,667   $566,517 20
2012/01/14 - $37,441 +70% 6 $6,240   $603,958 21
2012/01/15 - $31,587 -16% 6 $5,265   $635,545 22
2012/01/16 - $26,443 -16% 6 $4,407   $661,988 23
2012/01/17 - $9,513 -64% 6 $1,586   $671,501 24
2012/01/18 - $9,457 -1% 6 $1,576   $680,958 25
2012/01/19 - $10,949 +16% 6 $1,825   $691,907 26
2012/01/20 4 $3,173,058 +28,880% 2,630 $1,206   $3,864,965 27
2012/01/21 4 $4,757,872 +50% 2,630 $1,809   $8,622,837 28
2012/01/22 5 $2,114,402 -56% 2,630 $804   $10,737,239 29
2012/01/23 5 $694,213 -67% 2,630 $264   $11,431,452 30
2012/01/24 4 $994,251 +43% 2,630 $378   $12,425,703 31
2012/01/25 4 $768,174 -23% 2,630 $292   $13,193,877 32
2012/01/26 4 $767,377 n/c 2,630 $292   $13,961,254 33
2012/01/27 6 $2,008,109 +162% 2,630 $764   $15,969,363 34
2012/01/28 6 $3,215,476 +60% 2,630 $1,223   $19,184,839 35
2012/01/29 7 $1,756,863 -45% 2,630 $668   $20,941,702 36
2012/01/30 8 $438,207 -75% 2,630 $167   $21,379,909 37
2012/01/31 7 $581,089 +33% 2,630 $221   $21,960,998 38
2012/02/01 8 $442,428 -24% 2,630 $168   $22,403,426 39
2012/02/02 8 $464,250 +5% 2,630 $177   $22,867,676 40
2012/02/03 10 $1,205,137 +160% 2,505 $481   $24,072,813 41
2012/02/04 10 $1,988,181 +65% 2,505 $794   $26,060,994 42
2012/02/05 10 $609,049 -69% 2,505 $243   $26,670,043 43
2012/02/06 11 $281,467 -54% 2,505 $112   $26,951,510 44
2012/02/07 11 $381,070 +35% 2,505 $152   $27,332,580 45
2012/02/08 11 $298,173 -22% 2,505 $119   $27,630,753 46
2012/02/09 11 $303,136 +2% 2,505 $121   $27,933,889 47
2012/02/10 - $387,975 +28% 1,375 $282   $28,321,864 48
2012/02/11 - $681,202 +76% 1,375 $495   $29,003,066 49
2012/02/12 - $403,834 -41% 1,375 $294   $29,406,900 50
2012/02/13 - $113,246 -72% 1,375 $82   $29,520,146 51
2012/02/14 - $228,398 +102% 1,375 $166   $29,748,544 52
2012/02/15 - $118,142 -48% 1,375 $86   $29,866,686 53
2012/02/16 - $136,291 +15% 1,375 $99   $30,002,977 54
2012/02/17 - $153,375 +13% 577 $266   $30,156,352 55
2012/02/18 - $264,408 +72% 577 $458   $30,420,760 56
2012/02/19 - $209,835 -21% 577 $364   $30,630,595 57
2012/02/20 - $143,528 -32% 577 $249   $30,774,123 58
2012/02/21 - $61,173 -57% 577 $106   $30,835,296 59
2012/02/22 - $59,256 -3% 577 $103   $30,894,552 60
2012/02/23 - $62,432 +5% 577 $108   $30,956,984 61
2012/02/24 - $71,160 +14% 280 $254   $31,028,144 62
2012/02/25 - $124,343 +75% 280 $444   $31,152,487 63
2012/02/26 - $62,645 -50% 280 $224   $31,215,132 64
2012/02/27 - $19,341 -69% 280 $69   $31,234,473 65
2012/02/28 - $20,166 +4% 280 $72   $31,254,639 66
2012/02/29 - $17,496 -13% 280 $62   $31,272,135 67
2012/03/01 - $18,232 +4% 280 $65   $31,290,367 68
2012/03/02 - $60,393 +231% 303 $199   $31,350,760 69
2012/03/03 - $105,183 +74% 303 $347   $31,455,943 70
2012/03/04 - $60,461 -43% 303 $200   $31,516,404 71
2012/03/05 - $17,653 -71% 303 $58   $31,534,057 72
2012/03/06 - $22,772 +29% 303 $75   $31,556,829 73
2012/03/07 - $18,701 -18% 303 $62   $31,575,530 74
2012/03/08 - $20,585 +10% 303 $68   $31,596,115 75
2012/03/09 - $34,788 +69% 202 $172   $31,630,903 76
2012/03/10 - $51,184 +47% 202 $253   $31,682,087 77
2012/03/11 - $29,006 -43% 202 $144   $31,711,093 78
2012/03/12 - $10,433 -64% 202 $52   $31,721,526 79
2012/03/13 - $12,967 +24% 202 $64   $31,734,493 80
2012/03/14 - $10,982 -15% 202 $54   $31,745,475 81
2012/03/15 - $11,860 +8% 202 $59   $31,757,335 82
2012/03/16 - $12,638 +7% 105 $120   $31,769,973 83
2012/03/17 - $18,257 +44% 105 $174   $31,788,230 84
2012/03/18 - $10,673 -42% 105 $102   $31,798,903 85
2012/03/19 - $3,663 -66% 105 $35   $31,802,566 86
2012/03/20 - $4,540 +24% 105 $43   $31,807,106 87
2012/03/21 - $4,641 +2% 105 $44   $31,811,747 88
2012/03/22 - $4,919 +6% 105 $47   $31,816,666 89
2012/03/23 - $6,032 +23% 50 $121   $31,822,698 90
2012/03/24 - $8,726 +45% 50 $175   $31,831,424 91
2012/03/25 - $5,321 -39% 50 $106   $31,836,745 92
2012/03/26 - $2,813 -47% 50 $56   $31,839,558 93
2012/03/27 - $2,473 -12% 50 $49   $31,842,031 94
2012/03/28 - $2,821 +14% 50 $56   $31,844,852 95
2012/03/29 - $3,029 +7% 50 $61   $31,847,881 96

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/23 34 $72,348   6 $12,058   $72,348 1
2011/12/30 34 $110,775 +53% 6 $18,463   $313,049 8
2012/01/06 36 $99,125 -11% 6 $16,521   $498,669 15
2012/01/13 36 $91,029 -8% 6 $15,172   $635,545 22
2012/01/20 4 $10,045,332 +10,935% 2,630 $3,820   $10,737,239 29
2012/01/27 6 $6,980,448 -31% 2,630 $2,654   $20,941,702 36
2012/02/03 10 $3,802,367 -46% 2,505 $1,518   $26,670,043 43
2012/02/10 15 $1,473,011 -61% 1,375 $1,071   $29,406,900 50
2012/02/17 19 $627,618 -57% 577 $1,088   $30,630,595 57
2012/02/24 30 $258,148 -59% 280 $922   $31,215,132 64
2012/03/02 29 $226,037 -12% 303 $746   $31,516,404 71
2012/03/09 39 $114,978 -49% 202 $569   $31,711,093 78
2012/03/16 53 $41,568 -64% 105 $396   $31,798,903 85
2012/03/23 60 $20,079 -52% 50 $402   $31,836,745 92

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/1/20124228,950 228,950$3,431,960$3,431,9601
4/8/20121178,261-66% 307,211$1,173,132$4,605,0932
4/15/20121058,962-25% 366,173$883,840$5,488,9333
4/22/20121345,572-23% 411,745$683,124$6,172,0584
4/29/20121632,335-29% 444,080$484,702$6,656,7595
5/13/20121843,086 503,330$461,020$7,359,9167

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/1/2012570,597 70,597$1,341,335$1,341,3351
4/8/20121621,388-70% 91,985$426,058$1,767,3932
4/15/20121612,348-42% 104,333$246,839$2,014,2323
5/13/20122011,638 130,915$129,532$2,367,6507

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