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Ma Part du Gâteau adds to roaring success of domestic flicks

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Ma Part du Gâteau adds to roaring success of domestic flicks

On the wave of great results notched up recently by domestic features in French theatres, Cédric Klapisch has claimed top place in the weekly box office rankings with Ma Part du Gâteau [+see also:
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(“My Slice of the Cake”), which has garnered 530,000 admissions in its first week on release (StudioCanal, 482 screens).

Philippe Le Guay’s Service Entrance [+see also:
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continues be the surprise success of the start of 2011. Having attracted 1.8 million viewers in five weeks, the film is fourth in the weekly rankings. It has also showing extraordinary staying power, having seen only an 8% drop in audience figures in its fourth week and 10% in its fifth week (SND, 423 screens).

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Although not expected to reach the dizzy heights of Welcome to the Sticks [+see also:
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, Dany Boon’s Nothing to Declare [+see also:
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is nonetheless enjoying a very impressive run. It has amassed nearly 7.95 million admissions and is still in sixth place in the weekly rankings in its seventh week on release (Pathé, 605 screens).

Among the French productions, Julien Leclercq’s The Assault [+see also:
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has garnered 420,000 admissions in two weeks (Mars Distribution, 232 screens).

European productions are also doing well with Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech [+see also:
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, which clocks in at number 10 this week with a total of 2.65 million admissions in seven weeks (Wild Bunch Distribution, 478 screens); and Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra’s Unknown [+see also:
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, ranked fifth in the box office charts with nearly 845,000 viewers in three weeks (StudioCanal, 339 screens).

(Translated from French)

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