In comparison, the one million mark wasn't passed until week 24 in 2010 and week 25 in 2009. Danish film hasn't experienced similar success on the home front since 2007 where total ticket sales reached one million in week 9.
One million admissions to Danish films
Primarily it's the comedies that have reeled the audiences in. A great part of the success can be attributed to "Clown" which has sold 373,000 tickets in 2011. "All for One" has also done well with 338,000 tickets since the premiere in February. And Ole Christian Madsen's new divorce comedy "Superclásico" is number one again this weekend with 77,000 tickets.
Danish admissions 2011
|Admissions 2011/in total||Titel||Director/Company|
|Clown||Mikkel Nørgaard / Zentropa|
|338,000/-||All for One||Rasmus Heide / Fridthjof Film|
|My Sister's Kids at War||Martin Miehe-Renard / Obel Film|
|112,000/-||A Family||Pernille Fischer Christensen / Zentropa|
|77,000/-||Superclásico||Ole Christian Madsen / Nimbus Film|
|44,000/-||The Great Bear||Esben Toft Jacobsen / Copenhagen Bombay|
|In a Better World||Susanne Bier / Zentropa|
|9,400/-||The Good Life||Eva Mulvad / Danish Documentary Production|
|The Olsen Gang Gets Polished||Jørgen Lerdam / Nordisk Film|
|Truth About Men||Nikolaj Arcel / Zentropa|
|Lost in Africa||Vibeke Muasya / SF Film Production|