The three films which had been previewed at the Finnish box-office the week before sat squarely on the top of the chart, with Buena Vista's Pirates Of The Caribbean leading in front of Piglet's Big Movie and Perttu Leppaa's local comedy Pearls And Pigs (Helmia Ja Sikoja).

All three had solid screen averages placing them ahead of both Bruce Almighty and T3 which dominated the chart last week.

Pearls And Pigs sees four no-good brothers living off bootlegging in a dead-end town, who suddenly find out that they have a 10-year-old half-sister, who just might be able to win a talent contest and large money prize. Columbia Tristar Nordisk Film gave the film a wide 40 print release, and 18,091 admissions on its opening weekend augur well for the film's performance.