After three weeks NEDS on course to be decade’s third most popular Scottish film.

This weekend Peter Mullan’s third feature, NEDS, which is still on around thirty cinema screens, most of them (23) in Scotland, looks set to cross the £1m threshold at the UK box office, which will make it the third most successful Scottish film of the past decade and in the top ten of all time.  Since 2000 only The Last King of Scotland and Mullan’s own Magdelene Sisters have generated more than £1million at home. Way to go Peter!

 

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