Only one person in all of Britain purchased a ticket to Uma Thurman’s new film on its opening day. All in all, Motherhood made $131 in its first weekend there. According to the Daily Mail, the British tabloid, no more than a dozen people shelled out money for a ticket. The film is about a stressed mom—Thurman—and features Minnie Driver as well as Jodie Foster. A producer blamed advertising. "Think how much crap succeeds at the cinema," she told The Guardian. "Motherhood is not bad. It's a very decent movie. I've seen movies that are not half as good."