Well, I'm happy to hear that it did well at the Strand. And there's no question that - being the highly unusual film it is - it's done quite respectable business, and it's profitable, since it didn't cost a lot to make.
But it remains very disappointing in the sense that no amount of critical fawning and/or awards won seems to be able to convince the general public that it's a wonderful, enjoyable film that they should take a chance and see, because most folks will love it. It's a genuinely different filmgoing experience... which is exactly why the vast majority just aren't interested.
The general public's dumbness abides.