June 4th, 2012 / 8 Comments


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According to Urbancinefile Bel Ami is sitting at no. 8 dropping 2 places since it opened at no. 6 last week.  It’s grossed $551,303 in 100 cinemas Australia wide.  I really don’t know what to say … I guess it’s still top ten … for now.

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  • nina
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    that’s really good for a small film with.. zero promo. Actually I think it’s done better in Aussie than anywhere else!

  • Vicky
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    Wow, I really am speechless with that *shakes head*.

  • Vertigo
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    O_O

    Every time I’ve mentioned I went to see Bel Ami, or are you going to see BA, people are like “Bel what?”.

    Thanks for doing the leg work Maria.

  • Carmel
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    I saw it again on Sunday and I think it really improves with every viewing. I understand most people aren’t going to keep going back but like Vertigo says, no one even knows it is out there.

    Thanks for the updates Maria.

  • Michelle
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    🙁 me too Vertigo, I just get blank looks when I talk about the film. Such a shame, people don’t know what they’re missing out on. Rob & the film deserve more, way more. Rob is just brilliant as Georges. I only wish I could so see him again & again at the cinema 🙁 Thanks for bringing us the update Maria.

  • Sue
    Posted on June 04, 2012

    “Blank looks” ~ yep, that sums it up, really Michelle. Total lack of awareness. However, I went again on Sunday, Brisbane city theatre, during the day, and was amazed to see about 40 people there ~ very broad demographic, male and female …. so who knows.

    Agree @Carmel, I like it more with every viewing ……. but then, I guess we would, wouldn’t we? I think I can recite most of the dialogue by now!

  • Chelsea
    Posted on June 05, 2012

    Okay so it might not have done the best so far, but it’s a small film that’s not out in every cinama. I reckon it’s just the movie which could of been a tad better. Rob did amazing in it though!!!

  • Maria
    Posted on June 05, 2012

    Exactly @Chelsea – 100 cinemas Australia wide is small and it’s an indie. I thought it might have done a little better but still it’s in Top 10. I agree too – there are some downsides to the overall film, but I still enjoyed Rob’s performance 😀

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