Italian exhibitors today withdrewa boycott of The Interpreter, imposedin protest at plans to stream the film on mobile phones just a week after itslocal theatrical release.

The 3 Italia mobile network had planned to offer customers the full-lengthfeature film on Monday for just $10.50 (nine euro) with unlimited viewing.

As a result, exhibitors acrossthe country - including international chains Warner Village and UCI - decided towithdraw the film from 161 screens.

The Interpreter, whichopened second in Italy in its first week, tumbled70% on its second weekend.

But exhibitors are nowputting the film back on their screens after receiving a statement from thelocal distributor Eagle Pictures yesterday.

Eagle head Stefano Dammicco denied imminent plans to release the film onmobiles.