In their second weekend at the chart, the latest local release Small World and Pirates Of The Caribbean held onto the two top positions in spite of SWAT opening.

The Farrell/Jackson vehicle sold 4,991 tickets for the three-day weekend, making $12,706 for distributor Tuck. Small World proved to be an enduring local crowd-pleaser, rising 17% over its opening weekend and adding 13,736 tickets to total $117,076.

Pirates Of The Caribbean has held the second position in spite of a 14% decline, with 7,448 admissions sold for the weekend and a total gross of $56,097. Unlike its local competitor Small World, Srdjan Karanovic's Loving Glances took another fall of 9%, after last weekend's huge 53% decline and took the seventh position at the chart, selling 1,236 admissions for the three-day period to a total of $56,437, a pretty weak result after five weeks for a local production by a well-know director in Serbia and Montenegro.