Closed: Win Brighton Rock on Blu-ray
Brighton Rock is a classic, and we're talking the original 1947 film starring Richard Attenborough in the adaptation of the Graham Greene novel through his own screenplay and directed by John Boulting, and it's just been restored and released on Blu-ray.
Now you can win a copy of this new release of the classic film which comes with interviews with Richard Attenborough and John Bouting from 1954. Digitally remastered on Blu-ray, how can you say no?
First up, here's an official blurb for the original Brighton Rock:
A welcome restoration and re-release of the classic 1947 Boulting Brothers adaptation of Graham Greene's gritty British Noir, memorably set in the streets and pier of post-war Brighton.
Brighton Rock stars Richard Attenborough (The Great Escape, Jurassic Park, Elizabeth) in perhaps his most iconic onscreen role as Pinkie: a small time hoodlum running a protection racket at a Brighton racecourse. Following the murder of a visiting journalist, Pinkie becomes involved with Rose (Carol Marsh) a café waitress and potentially dangerous witness. Marrying her seems to ensure her silence, but events escalate and eventually lead to Pinky's undoing and a thrilling and memorable climax.
Also starring Hermoine Baddeley and William Hartnell (the first Dr Who), the film was adapted for the screen by Greene himself - who famously changed his own ending.
To be in with a chance of winning Brighton Rock on Blu-ray you have to have a UK postal address, know the answer to the following question, and be able to select the link below to send your answer and address in to Filmstalker. Simple.
Here's the question you need to answer:
What actor is playing the role that Richard Attenborough made famous in the recent remake?
Remember you need a UK postal address for the prize to be sent to you, you have to answer using the following link, and your email has to include the answer, your name and UK postal address.
After the closing date of the 28th of February at midnight UTC, three winners will be randomly selected, notified, and the prizes sent soon after. Note that due to the numbers of entrants I can't always notify everyone who has entered.