"Man Down" premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2015.
The film was simultaneously released in the United Kingdom on digital platforms, and its appearance in just one cinema is likely to have been done to secure reviews in the media.
Shia LaBeouf may have set a box office record of the dubious kind.
The movie's shithouse box office run has no doubt been affected by equally shithouse reviews - it's sitting on a tidy 15% on Rotten Tomatoes right now.
Speaking to LadBible, Paul Dergarabedian, Senior Analyst at ccmScores said: "Interestingly the film earned a not insignificant $454,490 in North America in the wake of its Dec 2, 2016 release". Jai Courtney and Gary Oldman also star in the drama film.
Surely that's got to be a world record or something?
Yes, according to Entertainment Weekly, overseas fans were in no rush to see Shia LaBeouf play an ex-marine with family issues.
Wikipedia describes the English city of Burnley as a "market town" - but apparently, residents weren't in the market for the movie star's latest film.
The US war thriller, directed by Dito Montiel, was shown on one screen in Burnley as it was released simultaneously on digital platforms. He was arrested several times due to intoxication, and most recently he participated in an an art installation protesting Donald Trump's presidency.
Presumably the media attention around the bad box office return may stir some people into going to see it.