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News Sen Breaks all records
posted on 2001-11-13 09:25 EST
TOHO announced today in Japan that Sen to Chihiro has exceeded Titanic's box office record, 26 billion yen. As of November 11th, Sen recorded 26.2 billion yen in box office sales and has drawn 20.23 million viewers (Titanic drew 16.8 million and ICHIKAWA Kon's documentary movie Tokyo Olympic 19.5 million). At the press conference, Miyazaki said, "I'm happy if people love this movie for 20 years, 30 years. Sen will open in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan in December, and in France next January.
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