Our friends at the Barbican have sent over a fabulous competition to give you lucky HeyUGuys readers the chance to see one of two films playing at The Barbican this weekend as part of their ‘Wonder on Film’ season. The two movies in question are Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Mission to Lars, both of which are part of the Barbican’s fabulous Wonder on Film season. Both of these movies are a must see and this is the perfect opportunity to see them as we’re giving three pairs of tickets away (you can select which film you’d like in the entry form below).
Eternal Sunshine will be introduced by Dr. Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford and Mission to Lars will be introduced by Tom’s sister, journalist Kate Spicer.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Screening time: 3pm 2nd March in Cinema 3 (Beech St. London) (more info here).
Lonely Joel (Jim Carrey) and free-spirited Clementine (Kate Winslet) meet and fall in love. When the affair goes sour, Clementine erases all memories of Joel via a brain-zapping technique pioneered by a shady New York corporation, Lacuna Inc. Joel demands they perform the same service on him to forget Clementine, but then finds that he is strangely reluctant to relinquish his memories of the woman he loved, no matter how unbearably painful they are.
Mission to Lars
Screening time: 3pm 3rd March 2013 in Cinema 3 (Beech St. London) (more info here).
Lars Ulrich is a heavy metal God with his own jumbo jet. Tom Spicer lives in a care home in Devon and has Fragile X Syndrome. Tom has a dream, to meet his hero, to meet Lars. His siblings promise to make it happen, with hopes of good times and bonding. But what starts out a dream soon becomes a nightmare as Tom’s disabilities, a dysfunctional family, and heavy metal’s labyrinthine backstage world thwart the mission at every turn.
For your chance to win tickets to one of the screenings above, simply answer the question using the form below:
Both Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Mission to Lars are part of which film season at the Barbican in London?
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
The small print:
- Open to UK residents only
- Only one entry per household will be counted
- The competition will close Friday 1st March at 12.00 (midday) GMT
- By entering this competition you confirm you are free to attend your requested screening should you win
- Travel is the responsibility of the prize winner and is not provided as part of the competition
- The winner will be picked at random from entries received
- No cash alternative is available
The usual T&Cs can be found here. Good Luck!