PUSS IN BOOTS TOOK THE TOP SPOT IN FINLAND THIS WEEKEND

The most popular film this week was Puss in Boots with 36.813 admissions. This animated family film is distributed by Finnkino on 124 screens and is available in both the 2D and the 3D formats.

The second on the Finnish admissions chart this weekend was also a premiere, The Iron Lady, with 13.175 admissions. Starred by Meryl Streep this film about Margaret Thatcher opened on 74 screens and is distributed in Finland by Scanbox.

Taru Mäkelä’s The Storage, which took the People’s Choice award at Jussi gala last weekend, was number three with 10.053 admissions. This was the film’s fifth week and it now has a total of 138.937 admissions.

This week’s domestic premiere Love and Other Troubles by the first-time helmer Samuli Valkama had a respectable 8.008 admissions taking the fourth spot. Distributed by Nordisk Film on 56 screens this comedy-drama tells a story of the relationship between a father (Ville Virtanen) and a son (Jussi Nikkilä), who both fall in love with the same American girl played by Emilie de Ravin.

Sherlock Homes: A Game of Shadows was fifth adding 7.129 admissions this weekend. It now has 196.778 admissions in total. Vares – The Path of Righteous Men was number six and got 4.945 admissions this weekend. The latest Vares has been seen by a total of 86.121 moviegoers.

Lion King 3 D in its second week sold 3.485 tickets amounting to 14.963 admissions in total. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked was number seven with 1.838 admissions, now adding up to 93.257 admissions.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo fell to number nine with 1.545 admissions. It has now the total of 63.147 admissions. The Ides of March, now on its second week, was number ten with 1.431 admissions. It has now been seen by 5.480 moviegoers.

The second domestic premiere this week was Canned Dreams by Katja Gauriloff. This documentary was seen by 1.154 moviegoers, taking the number 12 spot on the admissions chart. Canned Dreams follows the journey of a canned food product and it´s ingredients across Europe. The film has been produced by Oktober Oy of Steam of Life fame and is distributed to 14 screens by FS Film.

Mr Hayhill was number eleven with 1.160 admissions. It now has a total of 39.021 admissions. On the 17th place was Rat King by Petri Kotwica. It got 861 admissions this weekend and has now a total of 5.669 admissions.

Le Havre by Aki Kaurismäki, which swept the table almost clean last Sunday at Jussi awards with the six statuettes it took, was 19th this weekend with 668 admissions. The film has been seen by a total of 123.079 Finnish moviegoers.

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