Ben Wheatley has quickly become a cult favourite director. After the successes of Kill List, Sightseers and High-Rise among others, this month sees the release of Free Fire, his most action-packed movie yet.
With an exceptional cast including Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copley and Oscar winner Brie Larson, Free Fire is a laugh-out loud, non-stop blast. Justine (Brie Larson) has brokered a meeting in a deserted warehouse between Irish duo Chris and Frank (Cillian Murphy, Michael Smiley) and a gang led by Vernon (Sharlto Copley) and Ord (Armie Hammer), who are selling them a stash of guns. But when shots are fired in the handover a heart-stopping game of survival ensues.
To celebrate the release of Free Fire, STUDIOCANAL is giving you a chance to see a double bill of two of Ben Wheatley’s biggest hits for free.
We have 50 tickets to give away for an exclusive double-bill screening of High-Rise, the dystopian thriller starring Tom Hiddleston, and Sightseers, the very, very dark comedy about serial killers on a romantic holiday.
The screening takes place at 6.30pm on March 23 at Ritzy Brixton.
Head to ShowFilmFirst and enter code: 631522 to secure your tickets.
Free Fire is in cinemas on March 31, watch the trailer below.
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