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Theatrical admissions down by 5.2% in Brazil in 2007

Movie attendance fell by an estimated 5.2% at Brazil's theatres in 2007, according to Filme B, a local film company that reviews theatrical market data. Since 2005 there has been a drop in admissions in the country, where 85.5m tickets were sold last year. Box office revenues went down slightly by 1.6%, bringing the total to $390.5m (R$ 684m). The official numbers will be announced next week.There was an increase in tickets price (up 3.9% from the previous year), ...

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