"Sister" leads China's box office
Heartwarming film "Sister" topped the Chinese mainland box office chart Sunday with a daily grossing of about 7.57 million yuan (around 1.17 million U.S. dollars), data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed Monday.
The film, spotlighting sibling relationship, tells the story between a teenage girl and her younger brother after their parents died in a car crash. It has pocketed about 833 million yuan since its debut on April 2.
The re-released U.S. fantasy film "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" ranked second, generating about 6.42 million yuan in box office revenue on Sunday.