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According to a source, the FIFA-financed movie "United Passions" made only about $900 after playing in 10 theaters over the weekend.
The movie cost $30 million to produce and trumpets the FIFA soccer federation's 111-year history. "United Passions" had no expectations of drawing crowds, even as a high profile bribery scandal surrounds FIFA's president Seff Blatter. In the high-priced FIFA puff piece Tim Roth plays FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who announced last week that he will resign.
"United Passions" initially was released in a handful of European markets last summer, timed to the 2014 World Cup. Screen Media acquired it for U.S. distribution, focusing on a video-on-demand and digital release. It paid low six-figures for the rights.
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