Paprika Opens Second in Per-Screen Average

posted on by Mikhail Koulikov
Satoshi Kon's Paprika, which opened on Friday, May 25 on two screens in New York City, took in an estimated US$35,600 from Friday to Sunday, and a total of US$45,600 over the four-day weekend. These figures give Paprika the second-best per-screen average for either period, after Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. For comparison, Kon's Perfect Blue took in US$9,600 (on one screen) in its US opening weekend, while Millennium Actress brought in US$18,732 (six screens). The opening-weekend gross of Tokyo Godfathers was US$37,127, but that film opened in eight theaters. Source: Box Office Mojo

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