Box Office: Babyteeth cruises, Slim Dusty croons, and The Eight Hundred rules

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After all the COVID horrors, China turns out to have the most productive market for big screen movies.

There are three Australian films on the list this weekend. Swimming for Gold, from Steve Jaggi for a teen audience, was on 56 screens in week one, to make $31,000 at $458/per. The spring holidays are coming and Athabasca Films will want it to hold on that long. 

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