Polish Films Find Box Office Success in Poland and UK

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WARSAW: Pitbull. The Last Dog is closing in on 5 M EUR in its domestic release in Poland, after seven weeks. The film rose one place in the weekly rankings, coming in at number 7, despite showing a 27 percent decline in box office.

The film, directed by Wladyslaw Pasikowski and produced by Ent One, debuted in the UK in 11th place, bringing in over 330,000 EUR by the end of April 2018.

Mug / Twarz directed by Malgorzata Szumowska (produced by Nowhere in coproduction with Krakow Festival Office and supported by the Polish Film Institute) moved down three spots in the Polish box office, to ninth place, in its fourth week in release, with just over 800,000 EUR in box office.

Both films are distributed by Kino Swiat.

The Polish romantic comedy Fake Fiancee / Narzeczony na niby, directed by Bartosz Prokopowicz and produced by TFP in coproduction with Telewizja Polsat and Cyfrowy Polsat, debuted at number 15 in the UK, bringing in 80,000 EUR on its opening weekend. It earned just under 5 M EUR in five weeks in the Polish top 20, when it was released in mid-January.