Hey, Toronto! The ScreenAnarchy presented retrospective With Blood On His Hands: The Films Of Nicolas Winding Refn
kicks off tonight with a Refn curated screening of Andy Milligan's Fleshpot on 42nd Street
before continuing on tomorrow with Refn's first two films - Pusher
- on the big screen at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
If you haven't experienced Refn on the big screen you haven't experienced him at all and I have to encourage people particularly to take advantage of this rare opportunity to catch the seldom seen Bleeder
- an absolute powerhouse of a film - on the big screen. And we're going to help you do exactly that.
We've got two pairs of tickets for both screenings to give away to lucky ScreenAnarchy readers and all you've got to do for your chance to claim them is answer a simple skill testing question.
To throw your hat into the ring for a pair of tickets to see Pusher
just email me here and name the hugely popular Danish-Swedish television series starring Pusher's Kim Bodnia which has since been remade both in the US and in the UK
. Bonus point if you've actually watched the original, because it's amazing.
For a crack at a pair of tickets for Bleeder
just email me here and tell me star Mads Mikkelsen's profession before he turned to acting
Good luck! And remember that if you don't want to leave it to luck you can buy tickets for the entire retrospective here
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