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Switzerland Box Office for Nocturnal Animals (2016)

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Nocturnal Animals
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Switzerland Box Office $427,391Details
Worldwide Box Office $30,726,627Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $965,624 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $962,210 Details
Total North America Video Sales $1,927,834
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Synopsis

Intimacy and gripping tension that explores the thin lines between love and cruelty, and revenge and redemption. Susan and Tony are a divorced couple who discover dark truths about one another.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$22,500,000
Switzerland Releases: December 22nd, 2016 (Wide)
Video Release: February 7th, 2017 by Focus Features
MPAA Rating: R for violence, menace, graphic nudity, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2438 (Cert #50180), 8/17/2016)
Running Time: 116 minutes
Keywords: Film Noir, Los Angeles, Writing and Writers, Relationships Gone Wrong, Infidelity, Non-Chronological, One Last Job, Sex Crimes, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Death of a Son or Daughter, Cancer, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Dysfunctional Family
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Focus Features, Fade to Black Productions
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Amy Adams    Susan Morrow
Jake Gyllenhaal    Tony Hastings
Michael Shannon    Bobby Andes
Aaron Taylor-Johnson    Ray Marcus
Isla Fisher    Laura Hastings
Ellie Bamber    Helen Hastings
Armie Hammer    Walker Morrow
Karl Glusman    Lou
Rob Aramayo    Turk
Laura Linney    Anne Sutton
Andrea Riseborough    Alessia
Michael Sheen    Carlos
India Menuez    Samantha Morrow
Imogen Waterhouse    Chloe
Franco Vega    Driver
Zawe Ashton    Alex
Evie Pree    TV Woman Voice #1
Beth Ditto    TV Woman Voice #2
Graham Beckel    Lieutenant Graves
Neil Jackson    Christopher
Jena Malone    Sage Ross
Lee Benton    Office Executive
Kristin Bauer    Samantha Van Helsing
Sydney Schafer    Hostess
Evan Bittencourt    Elevator Operator
Janet Song    Nurse
Michele Dunn    Video Woman #1
Lori Jean Wilson    Video Woman #2
Peggy Richardson    Video Woman #3
Piper Major    Video Woman #4

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tom Ford
Screenwriter    Tom Ford
Producer    Tom Ford
Producer    Robert Salerno
Story based on the novel ‘Tony and Susan’ by    Austin Wright
Co-Producer    Diane L. Sabatini
Director of Photography    Seamus McGarvey
Production Designer    Shane Valentino
Editor    Joan Sobel
Composer    Abel Korzeniowski
Costume Designer    Arianne Phillips
Casting Director    Francine Maisler
Unit Production Manager    Diane L. Sabatini
First Assistant Director    Jason Blumenfeld
Second Assistant Director    Christophe Le Chanu
Production Supervisor    Jennifer Campbell
Post-Production Supervisor    Mark Harris
First Assistant Editor    Deborah Richardson
First Assistant Editor    Ofe Yi
Associate Producer    Alexandra Nourafchan
Art Director    Christopher L. Brown
Assistant Art Director    Andrew Hull
Set Decorator    Meg Everist
Sound Mixer    Scott Harber
Sound Mixer    Lori Dovi
Special Effects Supervisor    Eric Frazier
Costume Supervisor    Donna O'Neal
Make up    Donald Mowat
Hairstylist    Yolanda Toussieng
Script Supervisor    Scott Peterson
Location Manager    Stephenson Crossley
Line Producer    Mark Harris
Visual Effects Supervisor    Leo Weston
Score Recordist    Paul Munro
Sound Designer    Kris Fenske
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Cotterell
Re-recording Mixer    Gilbert Lake
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Andy Koyama
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Martyn Zub
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Mike Prestwood Smith
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Vincent Cosson
Music Editor    Stuart Morton
Music Supervisor    Ian Neil
Score Recordist    Geoff Foster
Score Mixer    Geoff Foster
Executive in Charge of Production    Stefan Sonnenfeld
Visual Effects Producer    Duncan McWilliams
Visual Effects Producer    Mireille Antoine
Visual Effects Producer    Caroline Laing
Visual Effects Producer    Simon Wilkinson

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/12/23 - $42,970   29 $1,482   $109,864 1
2016/12/30 - $75,360 +75% 34 $2,216   $203,975 2
2017/01/06 - $105,777 +40% 28 $3,778   $307,134 3
2017/01/13 - $47,226 -55% 26 $1,816   $358,879 4
2017/01/20 - $25,932 -45% 13 $1,995   $393,598 5
2017/01/27 - $16,877 -35% 11 $1,534   $414,717 6
2017/02/03 - $7,283 -57% 8 $910   $422,455 7
2017/02/10 - $979 -87% 5 $196   $423,949 8
2017/02/17 - $512 -48% 2 $256   $424,462 9
2017/02/24 - $2,287 +347% 2 $1,144   $426,830 10
2017/03/03 - $319 -86% 1 $319   $427,149 11
2017/03/17 - $92   1 $92   $427,391 13

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 12/9/2016 $56,532 39 39 110 $106,042 2/1/2017
Australia 11/10/2016 $461,290 238 238 813 $1,583,127 3/21/2017
Austria 12/23/2016 $11,011 21 25 130 $122,225 3/1/2017
Belgium 1/13/2017 $90,315 25 25 111 $249,009 3/1/2017
Brazil 12/29/2016 $0 0 62 160 $860,798 4/20/2017
Bulgaria 12/8/2016 $7,879 0 0 0 $28,127 1/9/2017
Chile 2/16/2017 $14,113 6 6 11 $26,770 3/9/2017
Colombia 12/16/2016 $22,428 25 25 47 $84,464 3/9/2017
Croatia 11/17/2016 $14,237 15 15 61 $37,479 1/25/2017
Czech Republic 11/25/2016 $29,197 79 79 170 $70,720 1/5/2017
Denmark 1/5/2017 $85,616 45 45 122 $246,215 2/23/2017
Finland 12/2/2016 $27,871 34 34 95 $83,891 1/25/2017
France 1/4/2017 $692,192 180 180 584 $1,687,128 3/16/2017
Germany 12/23/2016 $176,800 191 198 968 $2,500,000 6/30/2017
Greece 1/5/2017 $70,704 5690 5690 5743 $183,717 3/1/2017
Hungary 11/17/2016 $43,592 32 45 123 $102,375 1/25/2017
Israel 1/13/2017 $45,293 14 14 48 $115,958 2/15/2017
Italy 11/17/2016 $764,979 271 287 844 $2,240,825 1/18/2017
Lithuania 12/9/2016 $12,962 18 30 58 $35,414 7/4/2017
Mexico 12/30/2016 $135,828 120 122 511 $644,077 5/4/2017
Netherlands 12/2/2016 $164,105 41 42 362 $938,524 3/21/2017
New Zealand 11/10/2016 $47,641 23 24 125 $155,166 1/25/2017
North America 11/18/2016 $492,648 37 1262 3319 $10,663,357
Norway 11/18/2016 $17,597 16 16 44 $48,676 1/5/2017
Panama 12/29/2016 $18,868 20 20 35 $47,217 2/8/2017
Peru 12/16/2016 $14,911 8 8 10 $25,109 3/9/2017
Poland 11/18/2016 $82,249 61 61 248 $326,956 2/1/2017
Portugal 11/25/2016 $35,343 22 22 81 $128,116 8/17/2017
Russia (CIS) 12/9/2016 $492,313 355 355 841 $1,038,384 2/1/2017
Singapore 12/1/2016 $60,544 12 12 34 $131,826 3/1/2017
Slovakia 11/25/2016 $16,212 54 54 84 $26,962 12/21/2016
Slovenia 11/17/2016 $5,919 8 8 40 $26,656 12/28/2016
South Africa 3/10/2017 $3,937 3 3 11 $10,988 5/4/2017
South Korea 12/27/2016 $0 0 219 289 $252,782 3/16/2017
Spain 12/2/2016 $308,173 173 173 577 $1,096,338 2/8/2017
Sweden 11/18/2016 $73,198 42 42 155 $280,702 1/25/2017
Switzerland 12/22/2016 $42,970 29 34 160 $427,391 3/21/2017
Taiwan 12/2/2016 $40,933 19 19 49 $108,314 12/29/2016
Thailand 12/1/2016 $22,154 14 14 38 $40,405 3/1/2017
Turkey 12/9/2016 $44,646 35 35 79 $133,770 1/5/2017
United Kingdom 11/4/2016 $947,719 242 356 1151 $3,788,129 2/1/2017
Venezuela 12/9/2016 $7,690 22 22 36 $22,498 2/1/2017
 
Worldwide Total$30,726,627 8/17/2017

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