Win Acclaimed Scandinavian Drama With The Hunt!

Mimi ON Nov 30, 2012 AT 10:50 am

The Hunt

To mark the release of the much anticipated drama The Hunt in cinemas November 30th, we’ve got some of the best Scandinavian drama from the small screen for you to win!

The lucky winner will get their hands on Seasons 1 & 2 of The Killing, and the first seasons of both The Bridge, and Borgen – all three Danish dramas have won acclaim on British screens. The Hunt continues this fine tradition on the silver screen, with Mads Mikkelsen (winner of best actor at Cannes in this role) starring as a teacher whose life is shattered by an innocent lie.

Following a tough divorce, 40-year-old Lucas is starting to pull his life back together again. He has a new girlfriend, a new job, and is in the process of re-establishing his relationship with his teenage son Marcus. However one passing remark threatens Lucas’s newfound stability. One of the children he looks after at the nursery where he works, a little girl with a vivid imagination, tells a random lie which is impossible to ignore. Her allegation spreads like a virus, quickly acquiring the veneer of truth the more it is told. As shock turns to mistrust and then malice, it doesn’t take long before this small community is in a collective state of hysteria, igniting a witch-hunt that threatens to destroy an innocent man’s life.

Directed by Thomas Vinterberg – co-founder of the Dogme movement (with Lars von Trier) and director of the award- winning international hit FestenTHE HUNT won the Best Actor prize (Mads Mikkelsen), as well as the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury (Thomas Vinterberg) and the Vulcain Prize for Technical Artist (to Director of Photography Charlotte Bruus Christensen) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it screened to critical acclaim In Competition.

For your chance to win some Scandinavian drama to watch at home, simply answer this question:


At Christmas what sauce is traditionally eaten with the turkey?

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The Hunt is in cinemas November 30th.

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