Congratulations to Gareth Earls! A DVD and signed poster will be on their way.
As January drags to a close, what better way to blast out those winter blues than with the cracking sci-fi romance, Perfect Sense. What's that? Still waiting for a post-Christmas pay day?
Well, fear not ScreenAnarchistss, because to celebrate the DVD release on 30th January we have a copy of the DVD, plus a quad poster signed by Ewan McGregor to give away to one lucky reader.
"Directed by David Mackenzie (Spread; Young Adam; Hallam Foe) from a script by award winning Danish writer Kim Fupz Aakeson (To Love Someone; Pure Hearts) the film co-stars Connie Nielsen (Gladiator), Ewen Bremner (Trainspotting; Snatch; Julien Donkey-Boy), Denis Lawson (Star Wars; Marchlands) and Stephen Dillane (44 Inch Chest; The Hours).
A new virus is spreading throughout the globe, slowly stripping people of their five senses one at a time and beginning with the sense of smell. Deep feelings of grief, depression and rage briefly precede each sense loss, causing communities to spiral into chaos as the authorities struggle to cope with the situation. Witnessing these events are Michael (McGregor), the head chef at a swanky Glasgow restaurant, and Susan (Green), an aloof epidemiologist who is conducting research into the outbreak. Following a chance encounter, Michael and Susan embark on an affair that sees them experiencing new and unforeseen depths of feeling and moments of pure emotional connection. But is their passion really based on love or is it that, with the world falling apart around them, they have nothing else to hold on to but each other?"
Sounds good, eh? To be in with a chance of winning, simply email me here
with your favourite Ewan McGregor performance by 12noon (GMT) on Sunday 29th Jan. Whether you still think he can't better Shallow Grave
, or have a penchant for his turn in The Island
, let me know.
NB You MUST have a UK postal address to enter. ScreenAnarchy decision is final.
Perfect Sense (cert. 15) will be released on DVD (£12.99) by Arrow Films on 30th January 2012. Extra features include a Q&A session with Ewan McGregor and a 'Making Of' documentary.
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