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Bhutto (2010)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $100,202Details
International Box Office $4,616Details
Worldwide Box Office $104,818
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Synopsis

The story of the first woman ever elected to lead a Muslim state set against the back story of one of the world’s most strategically important countries—Pakistan—the Muslim world’s sole nuclear power, and the epicenter of the international War on Terror. As the film makes clear, Benazir Bhutto’s life and reign of power were marked by contradictions and questions as she wrestled from her first minute in office, with a male-dominated society and an entrenched military establishment leading up to her final act of courage that resulted in her unsolved murder at age 54.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 11,001-11,100) 11,031 $100,202
All Time International Box Office (Rank 10,201-10,300) 10,252 $4,616
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 14,401-14,500) 14,406 $104,818
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 3,901-4,000) 3,974 $100,202

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 3rd, 2010 (Limited) by First Run Features
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 111 minutes
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Keywords: Biography, Religious, Hitmen, Political, Terrorism, Voiceover/Narration, Non-Chronological, Conspiracy Theory, Government Corruption
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Yellow Pad Prods, Icon TMI
Production Countries: United Kingdom,
United States

Cast

Sanam Bhutto    Himself
Alif Ali Zardari    Himself
Fatima Bhutto    Herself
Tariq Ali    Himself
Condoleeza Rice    Herself

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Duane Baughman
Producer    Arleen Sorkin
Producer    Mark Siegel
Producer    Amy Berg
Executive Producer    Glenn Aveni
Co-Producer    Pamela B. Green
Co-Producer    Jarik van Sluijs
Co-Producer    Darius Fisher
Director   
Director   
Screenwriter    Johnny O'Hara

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Bhutto is a documentary about the of life of Benazir Bhutto. The film earned very strong reviews, but like most films in the genre, it struggled to find an audience theatrically. Now that it has hit the home market, will it find more success? More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/12/03 72 $8,275   2 $4,138   $8,275 1
2010/12/10 85 $3,021 -63% 2 $1,511   $14,269 2
2010/12/17 54 $9,919 +228% 4 $2,480   $26,135 3
2010/12/24 68 $2,119 -79% 3 $706   $31,808 4
2010/12/31 92 $665 -69% 1 $665   $34,963 5
2011/01/07 54 $12,784 +1,822% 4 $3,196   $48,834 6
2011/01/14 75 $3,999 -69% 3 $1,333   $58,622 7
2011/01/21 84 $1,791 -55% 1 $1,791   $62,791 8
2011/01/28 61 $8,378 +368% 4 $2,095   $72,118 9
2011/02/04 78 $2,772 -67% 3 $924   $79,207 10
2011/02/11 85 $2,119 -24% 1 $2,119   $83,231 11
2011/02/18 90 $1,941 -8% 3 $647   $86,491 12
2011/03/04 92 $3,629   3 $1,210   $91,166 14
2011/03/11 99 $2,051 -43% 2 $1,026   $95,610 15
2011/03/18 108 $906 -56% 1 $906   $98,780 16
2011/04/08 119 $162   1 $162   $98,942 19
2011/04/15 110 $183 +13% 1 $183   $99,231 20
2011/04/29 112 $162   2 $81   $99,439 22
2011/05/06 130 $179 +10% 1 $179   $100,009 23

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/01/17 65 $1,082   3 $361   $59,704 46
2011/02/21 96 $85   3 $28   $86,576 81

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/12/03 72 $11,248   2 $5,624   $11,248 1
2010/12/10 88 $4,968 -56% 2 $2,484   $16,216 2
2010/12/17 59 $13,473 +171% 4 $3,368   $29,689 3
2010/12/24 73 $4,609 -66% 3 $1,536   $34,298 4
2010/12/31 91 $1,752 -62% 1 $1,752   $36,050 5
2011/01/07 58 $12,784 +630% 4 $3,196   $54,623 6
2011/01/14 75 $6,377 -50% 3 $2,126   $61,000 7
2011/01/21 85 $2,740 -57% 1 $2,740   $63,740 8
2011/01/28 59 $12,695 +363% 4 $3,174   $76,435 9
2011/02/04 75 $4,677 -63% 3 $1,559   $81,112 10
2011/02/11 85 $2,878 -38% 1 $2,878   $84,550 11
2011/02/18 90 $2,987 +4% 3 $996   $87,537 12
2011/03/04 86 $6,022   3 $2,007   $93,559 14
2011/03/11 94 $4,315 -28% 2 $2,158   $97,874 15
2011/03/18 116 $906 -79% 1 $906   $98,780 16
2011/04/08 125 $268   1 $268   $99,048 19
2011/04/15 117 $229 -15% 1 $229   $99,277 20
2011/04/29 116 $162   2 $81   $99,830 22
2011/05/06 128 $372 +130% 1 $372   $100,202 23

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