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Two Dunkirk movie prize packs up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 13:05 27 July 2017

Dunkirk, in cinemas now. Photo: (c) 2017 Warner Bros Ent All Rights Reserved

Dunkirk, in cinemas now. Photo: (c) 2017 Warner Bros Ent All Rights Reserved

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To celebrate the release of Dunkirk in cinemas, Warner Bros Pictures, the East Anglian Daily Times and the Ipswich Star offer you the chance to win one of two prize packs which include a key belt, T-shirt and silver pocket watch.

Released on July 21, action thriller Dunkirk opens as hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces. Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea they face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in.

It’s directed, written and produced by Christopher Nolan who also helmed The Dark Knight Trilogy, Interstellar, Inception and Memento.

To win, name the actor who portrays Farrier in Dunkirk. He’s starred in films such as The Revenant, for which he was nominated for an Oscar; Mad Max: Fury Road and Inception.

Email you answer, name, address and - in case of query - daytime contact number to event@archant.co.uk with Warner Bros Pictures Dunkirk competition in the subject line. Open to residents of Suffolk and North Essex only, entries must reach us by no later than 6pm, Friday, August 11. Good luck.

You can watch the trailer for Dunkirk here.

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