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Film Information
101 Reykjavík (IS) [Original title]

Link to EIDR
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Directors :
Baltasar Kormákur [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : IS / NO / DK / FR [Co-production]Eurimages Production Support
MEDIA II Distribution Support
Production year : 2000
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2015 2004-2015 Total since 2000
CH Xenix Filmdistribution (CH) 16/08/2001   55 396 1 498         82 87     88   16 273 57 167
CZ Artcam 15/03/2001   5 816 587 322 198 111   130 85           524 7 249
DE Kinowelt Filmverleih 20/06/2002     85 314 15 545 1 719 220                 1 939 102 798
DK Ost for Paradis 17/08/2001   11 921 1 677 160   180 44     150 14       388 14 146
ES         21 472                         21 472
FI Cinema Mondo 11/05/2001   9 337 755 832 301 280 38               619 11 543
FR       28 158                           28 158
GB Metrodome 01/06/2001   28 332                     44   44 28 376
GR Filmtreint (Filmtrade) 27/06/2003       7 742 550                   550 8 292
HU         11 164 1 379                       12 543
IS     31 382                             31 382
NO     29 527 40 745 328                         70 600
PL       9 160 6 545                         15 705
SE Triangelfilm 22/03/2002     6 708 83                       6 791
SK ASFK 16/10/2003       1 052                       1 052
QC         15 251                         15 251
Graph: Breakdown of admissions and penetration rate in the national markets of European Union

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The data base LUMIERE provides a systematic compilation of available data on admissions of the films released in European cinemas since 1996. The data base is the result of the collaboration between the European Audiovisual Observatory and the various specialised national sources as well as the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.