Yes that's right, with the release imminent, we've acquired a poster for the film signed by David Belle no less, and two other posters to give away as runner up prizes.
The rules are the same, all entrants must be 18 or over and reside in the UK. And the competition is due to end this weekend, just after District 13's UK release date of 7th July!
And for those of you who are feeling a little out of the loop, check out the movie's website www.thefreerunningmovie.com. It's well worth signing up there too, word has it the site is going to be growing throughout the summer. Alternatively, simply check out our excellent review here.
The year is 2010 and in the city of Paris government authorities have taken the extreme measure of building huge walls around any urban districts known for being criminally troublesome, withdrawing the police force and leaving the locals to fend for themselves. One such area is District 13, a ghetto notorious for its resident gangs, killers and drug-dealers…
After a truck transporting a massively destructive missile is hijacked while passing through the city, the missile ends up in the hands of District 13's ruthless druglord, Taha (Bibi Naceri). Hoping to recover the missile, the French police force decides to send in one of their most elite officers, Damien (Cyril Raffaeli), a martial arts expert and a master of undercover infiltration. But to accomplish his mission, Damien must hook up with someone who knows the area inside out. The perfect candidate proves to be a man named Leito (David Belle), a resident of District 13 who, distrustful of the authorities, has been waging a one-man war against the corruption that is destroying the ghetto into which he was born. Leito also has a more personal score to settle with the druglord - six months earlier Taha kidnapped his sister, Lola (Dany Verissimo), as payback for Leito's interference in his criminal activities. With only 24 hours to get into District 13, find the missile and defuse it before it kills millions of innocent people, Damien and Leito have got to think - and move - fast!
Free Running is also known as what in its native France.
30th May 04 When the guests do arrive, they have an amusing habit of dying. This is obviously bad for business and so, with family honour in jeopardy they take quite quickly to hiding the bodies, usually accompanied by some big musical number.