Rachel Weisz's new Roman epic AGORA has become a phenomenon in director Alejandro Amenabar's native Spain - it is the country's biggest film of the year after just four days of release.
Movie fans flocked to the cinema over the weekend to see the film, which has taken in more than $10.3 million (£6.8 million) since it was released on Friday (09Oct09).
It's the second-highest opening for a film in Spain ever - only 2005's Torrente 3: El Protector had a better start, with a $10.6 million (£7 million) opening.