Win $50 Fandango Cash And Watch An Exclusive Clip From The New Movie The Double Hour
We've seen romances about two strangers falling for each other while walking on city streets. And we've seen crime thrillers packed with twists and violence. But we've probably never seen the two genres combined quite the way they do in The Double Hour, the Italian film that won three prizes at the Venice International Film Festival last fall, including Best Italian Film. It opens in New York this Friday, and we're not just premiering an exclusive clip, but offering a $50 Fandango gift certificate to one lucky winner.
First check out the clip below that explains the concept of double hours and introduces you to our central characters, former cop Guido (Filippo Timi) and Slovenian immigrant Sonia (Ksenia Rappoport). After that we'll talk about the contest.
To enter to win the $50 Fandango gift card, all you have to do is log in to your Facebook account and "Like" our Facebook Fan Page and then simply leave a comment on this contest post. We're asking you to tell us what you would wish for at 11:11, 10:10 or any other "double hour." Entries will be accepted until 12 pm EST on Monday, April 18.
The winner will be notified via Facebook direct message and asked to provide their e-mail address and mailing address. No purchase necessary. Failure to comply with the rules will in disqualification and subsequent mockery. Good luck!
For more on The Double Hour check out the synopsis and trailer below.
Guido (Filippo Timi), a former cop, is a luckless veteran of the speed-dating scene in Turin. But, much to his surprise, he meets Slovenian immigrant Sonia (Ksenia Rappoport), a chambermaid at a high-end hotel. The two hit it off, and a passionate romance develops. After they leave the city for a romantic getaway in the country, things suddenly take a dark turn. As Sonia’s murky past resurfaces, her reality starts to crumble. Everything in her life begins to change - - questions arise and answers only arrive through a continuous twist and turn of events keeping viewers on edge until the film’s final moments.
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