The feature film Le temps d’unété is off to a great start, coming in third place in the top 10 at the box office last weekend in Quebec. After three days in theaters, the film has grossed nearly $250,000, according to Cineac figures.

“This is the best start of the year for a Quebec film,” according to Immina Films and Attraction, respectively the distributor and producer of Louise Archambault’s new feature film. “Shot largely in Bas-St-Laurent, the film is particularly popular in Rimouski, where it even beats Mission Impossible: Death toll, part 1,” the production’s press release points out.

In its second week in theaters, the new installment of the franchise starring Tom Cruise remains at the top of the charts, taking in $891,902 in revenue this weekend (cumulative $1,388,560). Followed by Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, adding $264,783 (for a total of $2,555,741).

It’s still Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse that dominates the summer box office, grossing $3,938,356 in its seventh week on our screens.