A political thriller about a fatherís desperate search for his daughter and the chaos of the Middle East he left behind.
||February 22nd, 2013 (Limited) by IFC Films|
||September 11th, 2012 (Festival Screening) (Denmark)
||July 2nd, 2013 by Mpi Home Video|
||R for some violence and brief language.|
(Rating bulletin 2267, 4/10/2013)
||Investigative Journalist, Missing Person, You Can't Go Home Again, Political|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Foundry Films, Out of Africa Entertainment|
It is a terrible week for new releases on the home market with nearly nothing worth talking about. It was so bad, I pushed back the column one more day so I could review Todd and The Book Of Pure Evil: Season 2, just so I would have a contender for Pick of the Week. 56 Up is the best new release of the week, but demand will be split between the DVD and the franchise box set.
No remained in top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $11,625 in six theaters. It should continue to expand and it might reach a major milestone before too long.
With the Oscars being handed out this weekend, moviegoers will likely be too distracted to see limited releases. There are a few that are earning great reviews and perhaps one of them will find an audience. 11 Flowers is earning perfect reviews, while Alex Karpovsky has a double-bill with Red Flag and Rubberneck. Both have a shot at doing well. Bless Me, Ultima is earning great reviews, but it is opening in too many theaters to thrive.
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