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19 Jun 2017 05:17 AM EST

“The Book of Henry” from focus features highlighted this weekend’s art house releases. The film made an estimated $1.4 million in its weekend opening on 579 screens nationwide. However, it is not faring as well as Focus’ other big 2017 release, “The Zookeeper’s Wife. During its opening weekend, “Zookeeper’s Wife” made $3.34. Sony Pictures Classics’ “Maudie” also fared well over the weekend. the film grossed just under $50,000 from four screens. On the other end of the release spectrum was the documentary “Hare Krishna: The Mantra, The Movement and The Swami Who Started It All.” It had a single screen release in New York and grossed $21,473.

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