NOTE: This competition is now closed. The 1st prize winner is Amanda Rose Smith, and the three runners up are: Simon Collinge, Jessica Powell and Rachel Ringwood.
DVDfever.co.uk and Studiocanal have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of The Program on DVD, which stars Ben Foster and Chris O’Dowd.
First Prize is 1 DVD, 1 Quad poster and 1 book – Seven Deadly Sins by David Walsh (portrayed by Chris O’Dowd)
3 Runner up prizes: Quad poster
It’s a sports drama about the Lance Armstrong doping scandal which was the subject of David Walsh’s book ‘Seven Deadly Sins‘. Irish sports journalist David Walsh (O’Dowd) grows suspicious of professional cyclist Lance Armstrong (Foster)’s success, certain that he has been taking performance-enhancing drugs. As Walsh investigates, looking for evidence to prove his theory, Armstrong continues to deny his consumption of banned substances. The cast also includes Lee Pace, Dustin Hoffman and Guillaume Canet.
Check out the trailer below:
To have a chance to win one, all you have to do is visit our Facebook page, ‘like’ the page & follow the instructions on the picture!
The competition will end at 11.59pm on Friday February 19th 2016.
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