|Directed by||Hiroshi Nishitani|
|Based on||Detective Galileo|
by Keigo Higashino
|Distributed by||Toho (Japan)|
Panasia Films (Hong Kong)
|Box office||¥3.31 billion (Japan) |
US$701,465 (Hong Kong)
The film grossed ¥3.31 billion (US$33.97 million) in Japan in 2013, becoming the year's 8th highest-grossing film in Japan, and the highest-grossing live-action Japanese film of the year in the country. Two days after opening in Hong Kong, it had earned HK$1.48 million (US$192,000), and it went on to gross US$701,465 in Hong Kong.
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