The Merchant of Venice

In 16th century Venice, when a merchant must default on a large loan from an abused Jewish moneylender for a friend with romantic ambitions, the bitterly vengeful creditor demands a gruesome payment instead.

Domestic
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
DomesticDec 29, 2004$69,868$3,765,585
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustriaApr 22, 2005$230,943
BelgiumMay 3, 2006$48,833
BulgariaSep 16, 2005$7,316$70,701
Czech RepublicNov 30, 2006$14,360$166,043
DenmarkFeb 11, 2005$304,960
EgyptNov 9, 2005$30,825
FinlandMar 25, 2005$118,773
GermanyApr 21, 2005$219,832$1,775,985
GreeceMar 11, 2005$165,600$676,800
ItalyFeb 11, 2005$1,084,714$4,806,042
NetherlandsJan 5, 2006$45,770$281,183
NorwayMar 11, 2005$19,366$202,638
PortugalFeb 17, 2005$19,890
Romania$82,216
Serbia and Montenegro$24,071
SlovakiaMar 22, 2007$31,318
SpainSep 23, 2005$493,141$3,264,107
SwedenApr 1, 2005$242,387
SwitzerlandApr 7, 2005$441,231
TurkeyMay 12, 2006$39,979$118,119
United Arab EmiratesMay 18, 2005$44,812$116,895
United KingdomDec 3, 2004$287,092$2,167,984
Latin America
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
ArgentinaNov 24, 2005$53,446$542,112
ChileApr 6, 2006$213,982
MexicoDec 2, 2005$611,998
Asia Pacific
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
Hong KongApr 21, 2005$96,254
Russia/CISMar 17, 2005$18,062
South KoreaOct 21, 2005$356,777$805,331