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"Sector7" 733 screens to 7 pratically finished

2011/08/28 | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-hoon's movie "Sector7" is actually about to be over.

According to the Korean Films Commission on the 26th, "Sector7" is being shown on 7 screens. It started with 733 screens on the 4th but is about to be put down in a month.

Seeing that on the 24th it was put down to 235 screens, 30 screens on the 25th and 7 screens on the 26th, "Sector7" is as good as over.

"Sector7" was one of the most highly anticipated movies for the summer, as it expanded number of screens from 733 to 812. It started off with 200 thousand audiences on the first day of its release and a million by the third.

However, the weakness of the story and characters carried out as rumors and the number started shrinking. With only 460 thousand audiences on the 6th as the climax, it ended with only 841 on the 25th.

Meanwhile, having been sold 46 distribution rights worldwide, "Sector7" will soon confirm its release date in America.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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