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Database on admissions of films released in Europe
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Film Information
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (EN) [Original title]

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Directors :
Nicholas Stoller [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : US
Production year : 2008
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2008 2009 2010 Total since 2008
AT Universal Pictures (AT) 13/06/2008 117 973     117 973
BE UPI (BE) 18/06/2008 25 000     25 000
CH Universal Pictures (CH) 11/06/2008 32 503     32 503
CZ Bontonfilm 19/06/2008 20 620 26   20 646
DE Universal Pictures (DE) 12/06/2008 451 539     451 539
DK UIP (DK) 04/07/2008 24 995     24 995
EE Forum Cinemas (EE) 25/04/2008 6 911     6 911
ES Universal Pictures Int'l Spain 23/06/2008 288 633     288 633
FR Paramount Pictures (FR) 18/06/2008 86 415     86 415
GB Universal Pictures (GB) 25/04/2008 1 466 212 14 233   1 480 445
HR Blitz Film & Video Distribution (HR)   23 108     23 108
HU UIP-Dunafilm 24/04/2008 54 282     54 282
IS     14 845     14 845
IT Universal (IT) 22/08/2008 15 153 142 103 15 398
NL Universal Pictures Int (NL) 03/07/2008 36 295     36 295
NO UIP (NO)   23 600     23 600
PL UIP (PL) 08/08/2008 155 915     155 915
PT ZON Lusomundo Audiovisuais 29/05/2008 74 913     74 913
RO Ro-Image 2000 01/08/2008 19 933     19 933
SE UIP / Universal 16/05/2008 23 137     23 137
SI Karantanija Cinemas 24/04/2008 26 602     26 602
SK Tatra Film 19/06/2008 9 881     9 881
TR UIP (TR) 04/07/2008 29 223     29 223
US Universal Pictures (US) 18/04/2008 8 798 393     8 798 393
Graph: Breakdown of admissions and penetration rate in the national markets of European Union

© European Audiovisual Observatory

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.