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GillRockatansky

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  • Comment on: A Field in England figures revealed

    GillRockatansky's comment 17-Jul-2013 11:21 pm

    If you read the article again then you'll see that the film shifted over 1400 DVDs in 2 days, not 2 weeks. This article is 9 days old.

  • Comment on: A Field in England figures revealed

    GillRockatansky's comment 13-Jul-2013 8:34 pm

    I should point out that the shops I looked in did include an Asda and a Sainsbury's, both stores were checked on Tuesday and said that they wouldn't have any copies in until this weekend. Perhaps the supermarket distribution was 'except for viewers in Scotland'.

  • Comment on: A Field in England figures revealed

    GillRockatansky's comment 13-Jul-2013 8:27 pm

    I'm glad to see that the film has been such a success, and I bet that the sales figures are doing well - especially since these figures aren't even the week 1 total. I had to go to 5 shops before I could find one with any copies, and they only had 2 DVDs and 1 Blu-Ray left while all the other films in the New Releases section had quite a few of each. People, myself included, paying £13-£15 for a film which many will have already watched (and even recorded) on Film Four is a great achievement and definitely shows that physical releases with nice extras will shift no matter what, though it would have been nice to not have to go round so many shops where it was either sold out or hadn't been stocked at all. Perhaps sales will be stronger in week 2 when supermarkets finally have it in stock, so the anonymous posters maybe jumped the gun a bit with their disparaging remarks. I loved the film and can't wait to interview Richard Glover about it tomorrow. Great job, Rook Films, and thank you for the figures.

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