There are currently six domestic films in TOP20 and they make up 54% of its admissions. One of the six is last weekend`s domestic premiere Stars Above by Saara Cantell. It was seen by 2.432 moviegoers and was 13th on the admissions chart. The film, produced by Pystymetsä Oy and distributed by Nordisk Film on 37 screens, tells the stories of three women from the same family in three different decades. Film is starred by Irina Björklund, Meri Nenonen and Elin Petersdottir.

Ricky Rapper and Cool Wendy, directed by Mari Rantasila and produced by Kinotar Oy continued to be the most popular film in Finland. Now on its fourth week, the film was seen by 19.879 viewers last weekend. All in all the film has been seen by 213.731 moviegoers.

Once Upon a Time in the North, which is written and directed by J-P Siili and produced by Yellow Film&TV, began its third week by being number two on the admissions chart. It was seen by 13.533 moviegoers this weekend, and the total admissions figure of the film is now 92.157.

Fanatics rose to number three on the admissions chart with 8.758 viewers. Teppo Airaksinen’s feature film debut has now been seen by 28.627 moviegoers.

Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol was the most popular foreign movie this weekend with its 7.955 admissions. The film has now been seen by a total of 143.092 moviegoers. Animated film Puss in Boots 3D was number five on the chart with 6.556 tickets sold this weekend. Its total admissions figure is now 143.787.

Best premiere this weekend, The Artist with 5.859 admissions, debuted at number six on the chart. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius this multi-award winning black-and-white silent movie tells how the sound films revolutionized film industry in 1920’s Hollywood. Scanbox Finland distributed the film on 52 screens.

Naked Harbour by Aku Louhimies was number seven with 5.090 admissions, now adding up to the total of 76.693 admissions.

The Iron Lady remained at number eight with 4.274 admissions this weekend. The film has now been seen by a total 69.457 spectators.

Chronicle, directed by Josh Trank, is science-fiction film about high school boys, who gain supernatural powers and then misuse them. The film is distributed by FS Film on 33 screens and it got 4.065 admissions, making it the number nine on the chart.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, now on its second weekend, was number ten. It sold 3.157 tickets this weekend and has now been seen by 10.686 spectators in total.

The Storage, which is directed by Taru Mäkelä and produced by Kinosto, was seen by 2.601 moviegoers this weekend, making it number 12 on the chart. So far it has been seen by a total of 183.914 moviegoers.

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