More cinemas, the film Brimstone run
The new film Brimstone director, Martin Koolhoven will be from Thursday, in more cinemas. Six additional theatres, the western run, after it proved to be one of the most popular bioscooptitels.
In total, the film to be seen in 88 rooms, so made distributor, Paradiso Films Monday known. The theatres where the movie is already running, go to Brimstone also often exhibit.
The success is the more striking because the ratings are 16 years and older. This means that the visitors under that age are forbidden to the movie to go see.
The gritty thriller has surpassed in the first weekend the number of visitors to Koolhovens biggest hit to date, winter in wartime. Here went the first few days, 30,000 people; Brimstone is currently used by more than 42,000 bioscoopgangers seen.
“This is a dream, of course”, says Koolhoven in a comment. “I’ve got seven years on the film worked, and if you are so rewarded, float you on a cloud.”
Brimstone tells the story of a demonic priest (Guy Pearce) who is after an innocent woman (Dakota Fanning). It is the first film by Koolhoven in eight years time.
The western polite in the autumn, the world premiere at the Venice festival. The netherlands is the first country in the world where the ordinary audience the film can see.