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box office: week of June 2

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
DepaturesRegent Releasing9$74,945$8,327$74,945
Pressure CookerIndependent1$8,151$8,151$10,776
Easy VirtueSony Pictures Classics26$165,964$6,383$339,881
Summer HoursIFC Films38$183,197$4,821$554,165
The Brothers BloomSummit Entertainment148$627,971$4,243$1,360,130
Burma VJOscilloscope Pictures2$6,528$3,264$18,455
JerichowCinema Guild1$3,207$3,207$22,397
The Girlfriend ExperienceMagnolia Pictures39$107,108$2,746$359,021
ObjectfiedIndependent1$2,641$2,641$129,854
Every Little StepSony Pictures Classics57$125,475$2,201$915,028
A Wink and a SmileFirst Run1$2,139$2,139$16,417
Il DivoMusic Box Films5$10,226$2,045$146,077
Valentino: The Last EmperorVitagraph35$68,343$1,953$1,125,292
Lemon TreeIFC Films29$55,550$1,916$326,162
Little AshesRegent Releasing13$23,944$1,842$249,390
Treeless MountainOscilloscope Pictures2$3,654$1,827$39,260
JuliaMagnolia Pictures1$1,798$1,798$37,575
RollingIndican Pictures2$3,500$1,750$84,175
Goodbye SoloRoadside Attractions33$56,340$1,707$579,997
Anvil! The Story of AnvilAbramorama Entertainment20$34,100$1,705$492,513
MunyurangaboFilm Movement1$1,703$1,703$1,703
Song of SparrowsRegent Releasing3$4,928$1,643$70,821
O' HortenSony Pictures Classics9$14,502$1,611$55,646
OutrageMagnolia Pictures11$17,401$1,582$161,510
PontypoolIFC Films1$1,541$1,541$1,541
TysonSony Pictures Classics27$40,713$1,508$684,799
Monster Beach PartyIndican Pictures4$5,800$1,450$97,445
Rudo y CursiSony Pictures Classics108$155,830$1,443$1,445,429
The Limits of ControlFocus Features20$28,155$1,408$316,339
The Golden BoysRoadside Attractions1$1,278$1,278$182,158
Big Man JapanMagnolia Pictures3$3,788$1,263$17,959
Management IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films49$59,268$1,210$809,787
Cherry BlossomsStrand Releasing2$2,413$1,207$102,745
TulpanZeitgeist3$3,258$1,086$76,708
Love N DancingScreen Media Films1$1,085$1,085$45,090
Examined LifeZeitgeist2$2,160$1,080$114,481
Sin NombreFocus Features53$57,161$1,079$2,374,932
Is Anybody There?Story Island Entertainment119$125,292$1,053$1,756,479
Sunshine CleaningOverture Films 91$94,371$1,037$11,676,657
AdorationSony Pictures Classics18$18,254$1,014$166,367
Enlighten Up!Balcony Releasing12$12,052$1,004$175,782
SugarSony Pictures Classics51$48,178$945$901,906
KatynKoch Lorber Films2$1,775$888$118,095
Three Monkeys Zeitgeist1$848$848$27,702
Not ForgottenAnchor Bay3$2,249$750$51,932
Two LoversMagnolia Pictures16$11,446$715$3,127,140
Great Buck Howard, TheMagnolia Pictures16$11,332$708$732,294
Tokyo!Liberation Entertainment4$2,718$680$345,360
BallerinaFirst Run2$1,313$657$111,060
Paris 36Sony Pictures Classics31$20,059$647$812,429
GiganticFirst Independent Pictures5$3,178$636$92,924
American VioletIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films2$1,270$635$549,328
Shall We Kiss?Music Box Films24$15,019$626$485,991
LymelifeScreen Media Films15$9,224$615$371,816
Everlasting MomentsIFC Films19$10,783$568$572,811
FadosZeitgeist2$968$484$100,740
The Merry GentlemanIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films11$5,141$467$243,242
HungerIFC Films6$2,790$465$151,700
Skills Like ThisShadow Distribution1$413$413$59,099
The ClassSony Pictures Classics7$2,536$362$3,764,141
Garden, TheOscilloscope Pictures3$975$325$26,011
Tokyo SonataRegent Releasing2$642$321$245,731
Brothers At WarIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films3$904$301$152,798
GomorrahIFC Films6$1,716$286$1,566,917
12Sony Pictures Classics5$1,086$217$121,234
Harvard Beats Yale 29-29Kino International2$393$197$254,066
Alien TrespassRoadside Attractions3$218$73$82,468
Battle For TerraRoadside Attractions4$193$48$1,618,603

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