Dyer's adaptation of the long-running West End play has been widely panned by critics, and also failed to connect with UK audiences.
Its taking of £602 from nine cinemas translates to an average of £67 per cinema, plus preview takings of £320, as reported by The Guardian.
The film is set to expand to a further 65 cinemas across the UK this week, playing mainly at late morning and early afternoon screenings.
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