Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Summer Of Soul (...Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) is a feature documentary about the legendary 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival which celebrated African American music and culture, and promoted Black pride and unity.

Grosses

Domestic (63.3%)
$2,320,649
Summary Details
DistributorSearchlight Pictures
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Opening$802,054
752 theaters
Release DateJun 25, 2021
MPAAPG-13
Running Time1 hr 58 min
GenresDocumentary Music
In Release162 days/23 weeks
Widest Release752 theaters
DateRankWeekly %± LW TheatersChange AvgTo DateWeek
Jul 2-811$1,052,524-752-$1,399$1,052,5242
Jul 9-1512$638,842-39.3%752-$849$1,691,3663
Jul 16-2216$289,235-54.7%275-477$1,051$1,980,6014
Jul 23-2921$167,180-42.2%150-125$1,114$2,147,7815
Jul 30-Aug 518$88,835-46.9%85-65$1,045$2,236,6166
Aug 6-1227$37,035-58.3%42-43$881$2,273,6517
Aug 13-1926$22,646-38.9%26-16$871$2,296,2978
Aug 20-2633$14,761-34.8%20-6$738$2,311,0589
Aug 27-Sep 235$9,591-35%12-8$799$2,320,64910