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Danish box office hits 3.2m admissions in 2007

Danish cinemagoers came out in support of local cinema in 2007, with the local market holding steady as it has roughly the past decade. About 3.2m tickets were bought for Danish films, representing 27% of the total admissions tally of 12.1m. For the year, overall ticket sales were down 3.5%, which is relatively healthy compared to other European territories. The Danish Film Institute noted that a rainy summer led to unusually good ticket sales.The domestic ...

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