Win Curzon cinema tickets to see Tom Cruise in American Made
PUBLISHED: 16:30 05 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:25 07 September 2017
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Tom Cruise’s latest blockbuster will be shown at the Curzon this week, and we have two tickets up for grabs for one lucky reader.
American Made (15), directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Mr And Mrs Smith), sees international hustler Barry Seal (Cruise) recruited to the CIA.
Despite his shady past involving a 1984 arrest for gun-running, money laundering and drug trafficking, Mr Seal is given a role in one of the USA’s biggest covert missions in history.
But the new recruit’s maverick nature is soon evident as the operation begins the notorious Medellin drugs cartel and almost takes down Ronald Reagan’s presidency.
American Made will be screened at the Curzon on Friday and will run until Tuesday, before a matinee showing on September 14.
The cinema will be transformed into a scene from early 1900s Paris on Saturday, when a Moulin Rouge (15) celebration will be held.
As well as a screening of the hugely popular film, guests – who are invited to dress up for the occasion – can enjoy cocktails, can-can dancers, magicians and live music throughout the evening.
Continuing the French theme on Sunday will be Napoleon (PG), a five-hour long 1927 silent film directed by Abel Gance. There will be three intervals during the screening.
Britain On Film: Rural Life (PG), the second instalment in the series, will use old footage to take viewers through some of the country’s most stunning landscapes on Friday.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed to offer one lucky reader two tickets to see American Made.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.
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