Checco Zalone beats himself: a box office record for Tolo Tolo which reaches 8.7 million euros in the first 24 hours of programming at the cinema.
Checco Zalone surpasses itself: Tolo Tolo sets a new box office record by almost € 8.7 million in the first 24 hours of programming at the cinema. Tolo Tolo, the fifth film by the Apulian actor produced by Pietro Valsecchi’s Taodue Film, distributed by Medusa and directed, for the first time, by Zalone himself, reaches stellar numbers: on his first day of programming at the box office, it reaches € 8.7 million (€ 8,680,232 with over 1,175,000 admissions) becoming the best-grossing film ever in the history of Italian cinema in the first 24 hours of programming, breaking the record of “Quo Vado?” (€ 7,341,414).
“Checco Zalone brought the Italians together in the cinemas” comments with satisfaction Pietro Valsecchi, producer of the film. “An incredible result that makes me even happier because it rewards Checco’s first work as director, a bet won not only for the takings but also for the success of the film, which has been able to entertain and excite young and old beyond every ideological division. The new decade begins well for Italian cinema thanks to this injection of trust and receipts that fall on the entire cinema system”.
Here you will find our review of Tolo Tolo, the story is that of an Apulian businessman who, in order to escape his debts following a bankruptcy initiative, takes refuge in Africa. When his dreams are shattered there too, he decides to return to his homeland but in reverse ways, facing the so-called “great journey” together with the migrants who hope for a better life on the European continent.