Only Fahrenheit 9/11, Pulp Fiction and Sailor & Lula did better.
Released in just 562 theaters this weekend in the US, Titanium by Julia Ducournau, pocketed $ 530,000 in revenue in three days, more than her first film, Serious, throughout his American career (he had finished his race at 515,000). A nice blow for its Neon dispenser, analysis French Film, because in addition to being offered on few screens, the film was subject to an R-Rated restriction (not recommended for under 17 years unaccompanied by an adult), which potentially reduced its audience.
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Titanium thus enters the top 10 of the American weekend (just in last position of the ranking dominated by Venom 2), but above all records the fourth best start of a Palme d’Or there, behind those of Fahrenheit 9/11, by Michael Moore, by pulp Fiction, by Quentin Tarantino, and Sailor & Lula, by David Lynch.
In France, Titanium is also a success with 300,000 admissions. “Despite the context and the introduction of the health pass only 4 days after its consecration in Cannes, Titanium crossed the threshold of 300,000 admissions in France, welcomes Didier Lacourt, head of Diaphana, in The French Film. Since 2011, only three films prohibited to under 16s (any nationality combined) have been able to exceed this score! As an indication, it is double the admissions of the previous film by Julia Ducournau, Serious. “
The trailer for Titanium :
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