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Flawless Grosses $6,797,252 Worldwide, Does Well on DVDBlue Rider Bridge Loans financed the British thriller Flawless, in which Michael Caine and Demi Moore pull off a brilliant corporate diamond heist in 1960s London. After playing for 12 weeks in Spain, the caper flick had grossed $2,295,114.
Flawless opened in North America at 35 theatres on March 28 and grossed $181,910 in its initial three-day weekend, for a very healthy per-screen average of $5,197. It ranked #37 among the top 50 theatrical releases from March 28-March 30.
In its 16th week in release (through July 17) it had grossed $1,200,234 in North America, rated #88 among the movies currently in theatres and was still showing on three screens.
Through July 12, 2009, its foreign gross in 24 countries was $5,597,018 and its worldwide total (not counting DVD) was $6,797,252. In its first 84 days playing in Brazil (Apr. 11-June 22, 2008), Flawless grossed $1,518,622. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it grossed $305,535 in its first 10 days on Mexican screens, ranking #10 among all films playing there; after five months it had brought in $1,000,041. On July 12 it was still playing in Belgium and Luxembourg, where it had grossed $11,337 in its first five days.
Flawless came out on DVD on June 3, 2008. On July 20, 2008, it had been out on video for seven weeks and ranked #40 in rentals of all films currently on video/DVD. Through August 13, 2009, in its 15th month of release, the DVD ranked #52 on Amazon's chart of British Mystery and Suspense films.
As of August 20, 2008, according to The Movie Times, Flawless rates #114 in boxoffice receipts among the 223 films released in the U.S. that year.