Australia has been mighty kind over the last couple of years to audiences who enjoy a good character-based thriller. Films that ScreenAnarchy has taken a liking to which fall under this category include The Square
, and, of course, the much lauded Animal Kingdom
. While never getting a full review here on the site, James Marsh
and Ryland Aldrich
did have good things to say about Kieran Darcy-Smith's Asian-vacation-gone-wrong Wish You Were Here
during its festival run, making particular note of the performances by Joel Edgerton, Felicity Price, and Teresa Palmer.
As more than luck would have it, we've got ten double passes to give away to a June 4th screening of the movie in New York City. If you'd like a chance to win a pair all you've gotta do is email me here
under the subject 'WISH TIX', and tell me your worst vacation memory. The most awful ones will win. So get 'em in by Sunday June 2nd and you'll be as close to golden as you can get -- good luck!
Four friends indulge in a carefree Cambodian
holiday, but their sun-soaked retreat quickly takes a horrific turn when
one of the travelers disappears. As the search ensues, the others
return home, racked with guilt and struggling to return
to their daily lives. Does one of them hold the answer to the fate of
their lost companion? Tightly-held secrets from their life-altering trip
are brought to light, revealing clues to the whereabouts of their
Wish You Were Here is in select U.S. theaters June 7th.
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