Follow us on

Low Down (2014)

Low Down poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $52,337Details
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $43,191 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $43,191
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

LOW DOWN, based on Amy-­‐Jo Albany's memoir of growing up in the care of her gifted, tormented and frequently absent musician father, the bebop jazz pianist Joe Albany, focuses on the years 1974 to 1976, when Amy had few resources other than the love of her aging grandmother and a ragtag bunch of Hollywood outcasts and eccentrics that were her friends. While Joe struggles to find gigs, maintain his heroin addiction, and stay out of jail, Amy grows up quickly in a single-­‐room occupancy hotel on the fringes of Hollywood. There she bears witness to heartbreak and tragedy as well as soaring beauty and joy—in the jazz music that shaped her, the city and its denizens that nourished her, and the loving bond with her father and grandmother that kept her alive.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 24th, 2014 (Limited) by Oscilloscope Pictures
Video Release: March 10th, 2015 by Oscilloscope Video
MPAA Rating: R for drug use, language and some sexual content.
(Rating bulletin 2336, 8/20/2014)
Running Time: 114 minutes
Comparisons: Create your own comparison chart…
Keywords: Dysfunctional Family, Autobiographical, Biography, 1970s, Jazz, Musicians, Addiction, Narcotics, Poverty, Coming of Age
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Bona Fide, Epoch Films, Heretic Films, Tin House Books
Production Countries: United States

Cast

   Joe Albany
   Amy Jo Albany
Lena Headey    Sheila Albany
Flea    Lester Hobbs
Caleb Landry-Jones    Cole
Peter Dinklage    Alain
Glenn Close    Gram
River Ross    LaPrez
Taryn Manning    Colleen
Billy Drago    Lew

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Amy-Jo Albany
Screenwriter    Topper Lilien
Producer    Albert Berger
Producer    Ron Yerxa
Producer    Mindy Goldberg
Executive Producer    Burton Ritchie
Executive Producer    Daniel-Konrad Cooper
Executive Producer    Win McCormack
Executive Producer    Amy-Jo Albany
Executive Producer    Flea
Executive Producer    Anthony Kiedis
Line Producer    Chris Stinson
Cinematographer    Christopher Blauvelt
Production Designer    Elliott Hostetter
Editor    Michael Saia
Costume Designer    Jennifer Johnson
Composer    Ohad Talmor
Music Supervisor    Dondi Bastone
Casting Director    Justine Baddeley
Casting Director    Kim Davis
Co-Producer    Topper Lilien
Co-Producer    Tim Daly
Associate Producer    Jeanne McCulloch
Associate Producer    Ben Galecki
Co-Executive Producer    Lawrence Brownstein

Per Theater Chart: Birdman Still Soars

October 28th, 2014

Birdman poster

Despite growing its theater count to 50, Birdman was able to remain in top spot on the per theater chart with a powerful average of $27,593. Next up was CitizenFour, which was really close behind with an average of $25,264 in five theaters. This is excellent for a documentary, but as a documentary, it's chances of expanding significantly are limited. Laggies will likely expand somewhat after opening with an average of $14,828, also in five theaters. It has a much more mainstream appeal, so it if does expand, it could do well. Then again, this is never an easy strategy and I'm sure the studio will be happy with a strong home market run. Force Majeure was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $11,655 in two theaters. More...

Limited Releases: Lagging Behind the Competition

October 24th, 2014

Laggies poster

Last weekend, Birdman opened with Oscar-worthy reviews and it wasn't the only film that was expected to be a hit at the box office. This weekend, there are no such films. CitizenFour and Force Majeure are both earning Oscar buzz, but one's a documentary and the other is a foreign-language film, so neither are likely to expand significantly. This leaves Laggies as the film with the loudest buzz, even if its reviews suggest it might not thrive in limited release. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/10/24 81 $7,000   1 $7,000   $7,000 1
2014/10/31 69 $10,500 +50% 2 $5,250   $17,066 2
2014/11/07 69 $8,000 -24% 7 $1,143   $28,190 3
2014/11/14 68 $5,568 -30% 8 $696   $36,964 4
2014/11/21 69 $4,058 -27% 6 $676   $44,510 5
2014/11/28 74 $1,926 -53% 4 $482   $49,034 6

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/10/24 86 $6,566   2 $3,283   $6,566 1
2014/10/31 69 $13,624 +107% 2 $6,812   $20,190 2
2014/11/14 68 $9,056   8 $1,132   $40,452 4
2014/11/21 67 $6,656 -27% 6 $1,109   $47,108 5
2014/11/28 73 $4,570 -31% 4 $1,143   $51,678 6
2014/12/05 93 $659 -86% 3 $220   $52,337 7

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.


ProductionNext