Nearly two months after the reopening of the cinemas, the sixth weekend recorded a total of 261.511 euros in receipts and 47.474 admissions.
Gli anni più belli placed at the top of the box office, with 54 screens. The movie, distributed by 01 Distibution, raised € 13,446, with an average of € 249.
Following Gabriele Muccino’s film, Little Women (Warner Bros. Italy distribution; 22 screens) with 11,221 euros and an average of 510 euros; La belle époque (I Wonder Pictures distribution; 18 screens) with 10,067 euros and an average of 559 euros.
Continuing in the ranking we find: Les Misérables (Lucky Red; 26 screens) with 9,876 euros and an average of 380 euros; Parasite (Academy Two; 24 screens) with 8,818 euros and an average of 367 euros; Knives Out (01 Distribution; 26 screens) with 8,346 euros and an average of 321 euros; La dea Fortuna (Warner Bros. Italy; 14 screens) with 7,508 euros and an average of 536 euros; Odio l’estate (Medusa; 23 screens) with 7,481 euros and an average of 325 euros; Jojo Rabbit (Disney; 29 screens) with 7,136 euros and an average of 246 euros; Bad Tales (Vision Distribution; 29 screens) with 6,894 euros and an average of 238 euros.
Data are slightly down compared to the previous weekend, with 290.972 euros in receipts and 53.300 admissions.