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it's again sold more tickets than its european competitors lost yet front screen seven thousand and thirty five movies and sold two hundred nine million tickets , compare that japanese a hundred and twenty one million tickets and at least ninety nine million , alice andrea as had a statistics at the national center for cinematography which helped compile the data , also near fifty in france people often go to the cinema and are often film buffs but only like new movies you expression by a new generation is blossoming , of course it's also about the cost just for euros for the under fourteens and fat is also decreased lowering the prices , the attendance figures are the highest in almost fifty years and four percent higher than the previous year , nnnnn i really like to watch french me , has gone f. a. o. bancha a film about a french family facing racial and religious clashes is the latest box office hits , but the industry still has some challenges foreign investment is dropped slowing film production