Chloé Zhao’s film with Frances McDormand is closely followed by Le Discours and Conjuring 3. (Source: Le Film Français)
Good start for Nomadland in French theaters. Chloé Zhao’s film, worn by Frances McDormand and winner of the Venice Film Festival and the Oscars, attracted 1598 curious people during its first Parisian screenings in 38 theaters in the capital, the same average of 50 spectators per screen as for The speech, Laurent Tirard’s comedy with Benjamin Laverhne, which follows him with 1,451 tickets sold in 30 cinemas. The best average, however, is Conjuring: In the grip of the devil, which, shown in just 16 theaters, drew 1,357 horror enthusiasts. This sequel to the successful saga on the couple of demon hunters, still embodied by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, should also fully benefit from the postponement of the curfew from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., which precisely started yesterday, Wednesday 9 June.
Nomadland, Le Discours, 200 meters: What’s new at the cinema this week
Here is the table of the first Parisian sessions of Wednesday June 9, 2021 before 2 p.m.: