Little seen thriller No Good Deed (aka The House On Turk Street) has found a surprise audience in Bulgaria.

The film, which despite being completed in 2002 by legendary director Bob Rafelson and featuring Samuel L Jackson and Milla Jovovich, has been released in only a handful of territories. It launched into fourth place in the Eastern European country with the highest screen average of the week ($3,601).

Over 2,000 Bulgarians went to see the film last weekend which is based on Dashiell Hammett's short story The House On Turk Street. Jackson plays a police detective who, while trying to help a friend find his missing daughter, is pulled into a complicated web of deception involving an international gang of thieves.