China’s official entry into the Oscars in 2011, Aftershock is a special-effects laden true-life drama due to be released on DVD on 27th December by Metrodome and to celebrate we’re offering readers the chance to win their very own copy. We have 3 to give away and to be in with a chance of winning simply create your own caption for the image below and email it, along with your name and address to To share your caption with the rest of the world please post it in the comments section too.

The competition closes on 17th December and is for residents of the UK only. Administrators and contributors to Blueprint: Review will not be eligible.

From Metrodome’s press release:

Having already gathered a staggering $100 million worldwide at the international box office this year, AFTERSHOCK now comes to UK in spectacular style. Combining awe-inspiring special effects that leave Hollywood gasping for breath and affecting central performances from the cast, AFTERSHOCK is a force to be reckoned with.

In Tangshan in 1976, two seven-year-old twins lie buried under the rubble of a devastating earthquake. The rescue team explains to their mother, Li Yuanni that freeing either child will almost certainly result in the death of the other. Forced to make the most difficult decision of her life, she finally chooses to save her son Fang Da, the male twin.

Although left for dead, the female twin, Fang Deng miraculously survives for several more days before being pulled clear of the wreckage by another rescue team who believe that she has succumbed to the terrible disaster.

As she wakes up in the pouring rain, suffering from the emotional shocks of the disaster and the painful memory of her mother’s choice, Fang Deng decides to hide her true identity from the world and begins an emotional journey which will take her across the globe and force her to confront demons within herself.

Already one of the highest-grossing disaster movies of all time, AFTERSHOCK is a dazzling cinematic achievement.

Expect a full review soon.

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6 Responses

  1. Lucan Monks

    As much as his mother and sister played along, Eun started to suspect that the machine in front of him was not the “internet” that everyone kept telling him about.

  2. lorraine chapman

    “come on children, smile. Father Christmas put a lot of thought into this present” !


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