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‘Disco’ still spins atop exclusives

'The Opposite,' 'Spanish Prisoner' round out top three

Gramercy’s “The Last Days of Disco” continued to strut its stuff on top of the exclusives roster.

Whit Stillman’s early 1980s period piece about a group of twentysomethings boogied down with $88,827 on six dance floors in New York and L.A.

The second-most-popular limited-release film was Sony Pictures Classics’ “The Opposite of Sex.” The Christina Ricci-starrer brought home $78,569 from six theaters on both coasts.

Sony Classics’ “The Spanish Prisoner” remained in third place on the list. David Mamet’s psychological thriller locked up $31,930 in five jails in Gotham and Los Angeles.

Newcomers included Lions Gate’s “Mr. Jealousy,” which rang up $23,155 in four venues on both coasts; Miramax’s German-language pic “Beyond Silence,” which played $12,432 in three theaters; and Roxie’s documentary “Kurt and Courtney,” which brought home $16,968 in its Gotham debut.

The following are the weekend grosses of films playing on a limited number of screens in New York and L.A.

Los Angeles

“The Opposite of Sex” (Sony Pictures Classics) fell 24% to $18,411 in its third at the Laemmle Sunset 5, 40% to $8,897 in its third at the Laemmle Monica and 32% to $5,463 in its second at the Landmark Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion.

“The Last Days of Disco” (Gramercy) sacrificed 39% to $13,363 in its second at the Laemmle Sunset 5, 54% to $6,513 in its second at the Mann Criterion 6 and 57% to $5,954 in its second at the AMC Century 14.

“Mr. Jealousy” (Lions Gate) debuted with $5,997 at the Laemmle Sunset 5 and $5,276 at the Landmark NuWilshire.

“Insomnia” (First Run) bowed to $8,131 at the Landmark Nuart.

“The Spanish Prisoner” (Sony Classics) dropped 28% to $5,650 in its 10th at the Laemmle Royal and 60% to $1,143 in its 10th at the Loews Cineplex Center.

“Wilde” (Sony Classics) faded 33% to $2,471 in its sixth at the Laemmle Monica and 60% to $2,183 in its sixth at the Laemmle Sunset 5.

“Deja Vu” (Rainbow) gave up 17% to $2,512 in its seventh at the Laemmle Monica and 37% to $1,364 in its seventh at the Landmark Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion.

“Beyond Silence” (Miramax) bowed with $2,931 at the Landmark Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion.

“Leather Jacket Love Story” (Jour de Fete/Goldeco) shrunk 74% to $2,660 in its third at the Laemmle Sunset 5.

“Under the Skin” (Arrow) brought home $1,427 in its first at the Laemmle Music Hall and $1,225 in its first at the Laemmle Monica.

“Chinese Box” (Trimark) declined 22% to $2,531 in its eighth at the Landmark Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion.

“Artemisia” (Miramax) surrendered 36% to $1,543 in its second at the Landmark NuWilshire. It rang up $579 in its first at the AMC Fine Arts.

“The Hanging Garden” (MGM) withered 51% to $1,087 in its second at the Laemmle Music Hall.

“Yellow” (Phaedra) rang up $1,049 in its first at the UA Westwood.

“Go Now!” (Gramercy) gave up 64% to $771 in its second at the Landmark Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion.

“Still Breathing” (October) declined 51% to $660 in its third at the Loews Cineplex Showcase.

New York

“The Last Days of Disco” fell 26% to $25,725 in its second at the Loews Cineplex 19th Street East, 22% to $19,310 in its second at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, and 38% to $17,962 in its second at the Loews Cineplex First and 62nd Street.

“The Opposite of Sex” fell 19% to $23,223 in its second at the City Cinemas Angelika and 54% to $7,237 in its second at the City Cinemas Eastside Playhouse. It gained 5% to $15,338 in its second at the Loews Cineplex Regency.

“The Spanish Prisoner” fell 25% to $10,276 in its 10th at Lincoln Plaza, 11% to $8,947 in its 10th at the City Cinemas Angelika and 25% to $5,914 in its ninth at the Loews Cineplex First and 62nd Street.

“Kurt and Courtney” (Roxie) debuted with $16,968 at the Cinema Village.

“Mr. Jealousy” debuted with $10,169 at the City Cinemas Angelika and $1,713 at the Loews Cineplex First and 62nd Street.

“Insomnia” gave up 46% to $6,226 in its second at Lincoln Plaza and 41% to $5,236 at the Quad.

“Wilde” surrendered 21% to $5,668 in its sixth at the Paris and 35% to $4,412 in its sixth at the Quad.

“Beyond Silence” bowed to $6,253 at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and $3,248 at the City Cinemas Angelika.

“Clockwatchers” (Artistic License/BMG Independents) fell 51% to $7,377 in its fourth at the City Cinemas Angelika.

“Broadway Damage” (Jour de Fete) lost 38% to $7,072 in its second at the Quad.

“Chinese Box” dropped 25% to $6,611 in its sixth at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas.

“The Hanging Garden” bowed to $3,531 at the City Cinemas Village East and $1,342 at the City Cinemas Sutton.

“Marius & Jeannette” (New Yorker) slipped 18% to $4,743 in its seventh at Lincoln Plaza.

“The Butcher Boy” (Warner Bros.) declined 18% to $3,681 in its third at City Cinemas Village East.

“Artemisia” fell 10% to $2,828 in its fifth at City Cinemas 1, 2 and Third Avenue. It brought home $817 in its first at the Screening Room.

“Under the Skin” rang up $2,984 in its first at the City Cinemas Village East.

“Deja Vu” lost 13% to $2,712 in its seventh at the Quad.

“Fireworks” (Milestone) was virtually unchanged at $2,466 in its 12th at the Film Forum.

“Wild Man Blues” (Fine Line) surrendered 36% to $1,392 in its fourth at the City Cinemas Village East.

“Charlie Hoboken” (Northern Arts) rang up $947 at the City Cinemas Village East.

“Day at the Beach” (Arrow) declined 79% to $758 in its second at the City Cinemas Village East.

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