The fine people at Revolver Entertainment (and PR company Idea Generation) have been grateful enough to offer us up 3 copies of French Film to give away on the site, so it’s competition time again people.

French Film, directed by Jackie Oudney is out on 7th February in the UK on DVD and stars Hugh Bonneville, Anne-Marie Duff, Douglas Henshall, Victoria Hamilton and Eric Cantona. We’ve posted our review of the film here and to fill you in with more information take a look through the film’s press release:

French Film, a hilarious new British romantic-comedy from Revolver Entertainment, is the feel-good tale of how to find love…and more importantly, how to keep it! Starring Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville, Anne-Marie Duff, Douglas Henshall, Victoria Hamilton and charismatic Eric Cantona, the story holds as much charm as humour.

Following the entangled lives of four British people, the narrative is punctuated by the fictitious French films of Thierry Grimandi, which inspired both writer and director from the outset.

In French Film, journalist Jed Winter (Hugh Bonneville) is preparing to interview the celebrated French auteur film-maker Thierry Grimandi (Eric Cantona), a self-appointed expert on the nature of love. Jed quickly dismisses Grimandi’s theories of love and romance as pretentious nonsense, but when long-term girlfriend Cheryl (Victoria Hamilton) refuses to marry him, forcing him into couple counselling instead, Jed begins to realise that his own emotions aren’t as straightforward as he once believed.

Meanwhile, even Jed’s best friend Marcus (Douglas Henshall) is talking less about football, and more about love, as the truth about his relationship with perfect girlfriend Sophie (Anne-Marie Duff) gradually emerges…As one by one his loved ones reveal their dedication to l’amour, Jed begins to think that Grimandi might have the answers after all. But he’s damned if he’s going to admit it.

To be in with a chance of winning, post your own caption for the image below in the comments section and email the comment along with your email and postal address to:

As ever the competition is only open to residents of the UK and Blueprint: Review contributors are not eligible. The competition ends on February 11th. Winners will be contacted by email soon after that date.

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5 Responses

  1. Kathryn Hinchliff

    I really want to win this film but can’t think of a witty caption – will this do?


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