'Cinema Paradiso' becoming decade's top foreign film

October 11, 1990|By Los Angeles Times

"Cinema Paradiso," the sentimental Italian film that celebrates moviegoing, could become the highest-grossing foreign-language film of the past decade. A spokeswoman for Miramax Films says ''Cinema Paradiso'' has sold more than $9.5 million worth of tickets. "My Life as a Dog" (1987) grossed $8.3 million, and "Das Boot" (1982) topped $10 million.

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