Frances Ha

Frances Ha poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $4,066,582Details
Home Market Performance
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $172,098 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $172,098
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  4. Video Sales
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Frances lives in New York, but she doesn't really have an apartment. Frances is an apprentice for a dance company, but she's not really a dancer. Frances has a best friend named Sophie, but they arenít really speaking anymore. Frances throws herself headlong into her dreams, even as their possible reality dwindles. Frances wants so much more than she has, but lives her life with unaccountable joy and lightness.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
93% - Certified Fresh
Audience
77% - Upright

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: May 17th, 2013 (Limited) by IFC Films
Video Release: November 12th, 2013 by Criterion
MPAA Rating: R for sexual references and language.
(Rating bulletin 2260, 2/21/2013)
Keywords: Screenplay Written By the Star, Digital Cinematography, Retro Black and White, Delayed Adulthood, Dancing
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Pine District, Scott Rudin

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Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/17 25 $137,398   4 $34,350   $137,398 3
2013/05/24 13 $549,775 +300% 60 $9,163   $754,476 10
2013/05/31 12 $530,493 -4% 132 $4,019   $1,556,325 17
2013/06/07 14 $545,715 +3% 233 $2,342   $2,333,281 24
2013/06/14 18 $293,566 -46% 212 $1,385   $2,876,732 31
2013/06/21 25 $175,455 -40% 138 $1,271   $3,214,941 38
2013/06/28 30 $115,160 -34% 90 $1,280   $3,437,268 45
2013/07/05 29 $111,673 -3% 70 $1,595   $3,548,941 52
2013/07/12 32 $67,381 -40% 57 $1,182   $3,766,614 59
2013/07/19 44 $50,321 -25% 32 $1,573   $3,869,797 66
2013/07/26 47 $32,121 -36% 23 $1,397   $3,931,218 73
2013/08/02 50 $23,358 -27% 22 $1,062   $3,974,392 80
2013/08/09 65 $13,221 -43% 15 $881   $4,001,585 87
2013/08/16 75 $9,103 -31% 12 $759   $4,018,123 94
2013/08/23 67 $6,377 -30% 8 $797   $4,037,627 101
2013/08/30 67 $8,054 +26% 4 $2,014   $4,051,556 108
2013/09/06 89 $4,067 -50% 5 $813   $4,063,238 115
2014/01/03 69 $241   1 $241   $4,063,479 234
2014/01/10 73 $217 -10% 1 $217   $4,063,883 241

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Cast

Greta Gerwig    Frances
Mickey Sumner    Sophie

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Noah Baumbach
Screenwriter    Noah Baumbach
Screenwriter    Greta Gerwig
Producer    Noah Baumbach
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Lila Yacoub
Producer    Rodrigo Teixeira
Executive Producer    Fernando Loureiro
Executive Producer    Lourenco Sant' Anna
Director of Photography    Sam Levy
Production Designer    Sam Lisenco
Editor    Jennifer Lame
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Casting Director    Douglas Aibel