Box office: Dirt Music plods on as US feels lack of blockbusters

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Pain all round the exhibition sector from the high towers of Hollywood to picture houses showing Slim and I.

Dirt Music made around $500/screen over the weekend for a total of $472,000 in two weeks including previews. It has still done better than Slim and I, on $380,000 after six weeks, losing 23 screens to 38. Critics can argue about Dirt Music, but the Dusty doc is purely undone by COVID. If Slim was alive he would have written a song about it. 

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