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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $2,341,226Details
International Box Office $2,924,599
Worldwide Box Office $5,265,825
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $432,685 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $53,440 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $486,125
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Synopsis

An ad executive leads opposition to Augusto Pinochet during the 1988 election.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
93% - Certified Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: February 15th, 2013 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
Video Release: June 25th, 2013 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language.
Keywords: Political, Political Campaign, Advertising and Marketing
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Fabula, Participant Media, Funny Balloons

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 25th, 2013

It's summer time. Long time readers know what that means for the home market. It's bad news. There are a couple of first-run releases to come out: The Call and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. The former was a solid midlevel hit earning more than $50 million on a $13 million budget. The latter bombed. Neither one is a contender for Pick of the Week. There are a couple limited releases that might rise to that level, but I think the best release is Todd & the Book of Pure Evil: The Complete Second Season on DVD. Unfortunately, the screener arrived late so I haven't had a chance to review it, and I hate handing out that honor when till after I give the screener a full review. Fortunately, there is a screener that arrived late that is worth that honor: My Neighbor Totoro on Blu-ray. More...

Per Theater Chart: Filly Brown is In the House

There was only one film in the $10,000 club this week, In the House, which earned an average of $11,738 in three theaters. However, Filly Brown had a more impressive opening with $1.48 million in 188 theaters for an average of $7,863. You rarely see limited releases playing in that many theaters earning that high a per theater average. More...

Per Theater Chart: Needing a Bigger Place

There was a huge selection of films in the $10,000 club, led by The Place Beyond the Pines, which earned an average of $69,864 in four theaters. This is the second-best per theater average for the year thus far, behind only Spring Breakers. Space Station rose back to the $10,000 club with $15,301 in two theaters. This film has amazing legs, even compared to other IMAX films, and pops into the $10,000 from time to time. Room 237 opened with an average of $14,847 in two theaters. This is a good start, but as a documentary its potential to expand is very limited. The overall box office leader, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, earned an average of $10,891 over the three-day portion of its opening weekend. Renoir was right behind with an average of $10,866 in six theaters. Temptation also managed to earn a spot in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,572. More...

Per Theater Chart: Not Again

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. More...

Weekend Estimates: Identity Thief Regains Top Spot

The box office crown for Oscar weekend will be claimed by Identity Thief, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning, even though the comedy will fall by a relatively large 41% from last weekend. So its win is in large part due to the low-key new releases: Snitch will be second with $13 million in a modest 2,511 theaters and Dark Skies is headed for 6th place with $8.85 million from 2,313 theaters. Neither new film has particularly low per theater averages ($5,177 and $3,826 respectively), so their so-so debuts are as much a factor of their smallish opening theater counts as lack of demand. More...

Per Theater Chart: No Means Business

No led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $17,936 in four theaters. The Gatekeepers remained strong with an average of $11,296 in four theaters during its third weekend of release. This is very impressive longevity. More...

Weekend Estimates: Die Hard to Win Close Weekend Race

President's Day weekend will end with a win and a solid opening for A Good Day to Die Hard, based on studio estimates released on Sunday, but it'll be a close run thing. Safe Haven was a predictable winner on Valentine's Day but has faded fast and is projected to earn $21.4 million Friday-Sunday for third place. Second place is going to be claimed by Identity Thief with about $23.4 million over three days, during which time it has steadily caught up with Die Hard, so much so that it has a good chance of winning the day on Monday. The Bruce Willis actioner will, however, get to claim the title for the weekend with a respectable $25 million for three days and close to $40 million in total by the end of Monday. More...

Limited Releases: Like Limited Releases In Love

There are a trio of limited releases on this week's list earning 80% positive reviews or better. There are also a couple of films earning no reviews. Of the three best-reviewed films, No likely has the best shot at mainstream success, but I'm more interested in seeing Like Someone in Love. More...

Cast

Gael Garcia Bernal    Rene Saavedra
Alfredo Castro    Lucho Guzman
Luis Gnecco    Urrutia
Antonia Zegers    Veronica Caravajal
Nestor Cantillana    Arancibia
Jamie Vadell    Minister
Pascal Montero    Simon

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Pablo Larrain
Screenwriter    Antonio Skarmeta
Screenwriter    Pedro Peirano
Story Creator    Antoino Skarmeta
Producer    Juan de Dios
Producer    Daniel Dreifuss
Executive Producer    Jeff Skoll
Executive Producer    Jonathan King
Production Designer    Estefania Larrain
Editor    Andrea Chignoli
Composer    Carlos Cabezas
Director of Photography    Sergio Armstrong

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/02/15 41 $71,742   4 $17,936   $71,742 3
2013/02/22 39 $69,752 -3% 6 $11,625   $182,034 10
2013/03/01 39 $101,413 +45% 11 $9,219   $308,444 17
2013/03/08 32 $150,447 +48% 35 $4,298   $493,605 24
2013/03/15 31 $181,040 +20% 48 $3,772   $725,645 31
2013/03/22 27 $197,545 +9% 60 $3,292   $989,980 38
2013/03/29 21 $226,946 +15% 70 $3,242   $1,305,696 45
2013/04/05 24 $208,644 -8% 89 $2,344   $1,608,624 52
2013/04/12 27 $155,218 -26% 99 $1,568   $1,845,052 59
2013/04/19 33 $117,501 -24% 88 $1,335   $2,026,699 66
2013/04/26 37 $68,857 -41% 74 $931   $2,137,084 73
2013/05/03 48 $33,452 -51% 45 $743   $2,196,831 80
2013/05/10 49 $33,693 +1% 39 $864   $2,247,188 87
2013/05/17 53 $17,155 -49% 38 $451   $2,276,226 94
2013/05/24 54 $13,867 -19% 23 $603   $2,306,134 101
2013/06/07 65 $5,098   14 $364   $2,338,430 115
2013/06/14 92 $684 -87% 3 $228   $2,341,226 122

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