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WIN TWO CLASSICS FROM DIRECTOR LUC BESSON ON BLU-RAY!

We’re giving you the chance to win classics THE FIFTH ELEMENT and THE MESSENGER: JOAN OF ARC by director Luc Besson, which are both available in brand new re-releases on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital download from 24th August.

Besson’s 1997 sci-fi masterpiece THE FIFTH ELEMENT has been fully restored and is also available to experience for the first time in stunning 4K Ultra HD. In the film, the Earth is about to be destroyed by a huge ball of fire racing toward the planet. Cornelius, an old monk, knows how to stop the burning sphere: the Fifth Supreme Being, who unites the four basic Elements – air, water, fire and earth – must be summoned for it is the only being who can stop Evil.

In THE MESSENGER: JOAN OF ARC, a young Joan leaves her country home, seeks out the heir to the French throne, and tells him that God has charged her with the task of freeing France from the English. Granted an army, Joan fulfils her promise, but is later betrayed and tried as a witch. Besson combines the vivid clarity of Jacques Rivette’s earlier ‘Jeanne La Pucelle’ with a fast-moving storyline and comes up with one of the boldest versions of the Joan of Arc legend yet produced.

To win a copy of THE FIFTH ELEMENT and THE MESSENGER: JOAN OF ARC on Blu-Ray™, answer the question below.

Which actor appears in both THE FIFTH ELEMENT and THE MESSENGER: JOAN OF ARC?

A) Sandra Bullock

B) Milla Jovovich

C) Winona Ryder

Competition closes 20th August 2020

SEND YOUR ENTRY TO COMPETITIONS@FILMJUICE.COM WITH THE ANSWER IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR EMAIL. INCLUDE FULL CONTACT DETAILS. GOOD LUCK!

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