The "sharp, inventive and wickedly funny"Satan (Sheitan) opens at the ICA, London on February 23rd, and to celebrate, Tartan have given us an armful of goodies to give away.
As well as posters and T-Shirts for the Vincent Cassel starring Satan, there is also a copy of the recent release H6 and limited edition posters of Doberman.
One winner will receive all of the above, and there will be three runners-up who will all receive the Satan posters and T-shirts, as well as a poster of Doberman. To enter, simply email us here at EMB with your address and the words SATAN (SHEITAN) ICA in the headline.
You must be 18 years of over to win, and due to copyright laws on DVDs, we can unfortunately only allow entries from the UK and Eire. The competition will close on March 3rd and we will notfiy winners the following day.
A night out clubbing in Paris takes a nasty turn for three friends (one Vietnamese, one African, one French), when they accept the invitation of the beautiful Eve (A Ma Soeurís Roxanne Mesquida) to celebrate Christmas by visiting her house in the country.
Once there they meet the manically grinning caretaker Joseph (a scene-stealing performance from Vincent Cassel - Irreversible, La Haine - who also has a Producer credit) who welcomes the out of town guests while his heavily pregnant wife Marie lurks upstairs.
That evening, what begins innocently as Christmas dinner turns into disturbing conversations about sex, satanic possession and evil. As the weekend progresses Josephís behaviour only gets more erratic and the young friends realise their host has made a demonic pact. All hell is about to break loose.
26th Apr 04 Itís not all bad of course. This is Tarantino, after all, and there are plenty of highlights. Action scenes are handled very well, (the fight between Black Mamba and Darryl Hannah in particular, is a poke in the eye to any who doubt that),