WIN tickets to see Journey’s End at the Curzon

PUBLISHED: 18:00 10 April 2018

Journey's End

Journey's End

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An inspirational tale of a group of British soldiers camped out in a French trench during World War One will be screened at the Curzon in Clevedon.

Journey’s End (12A) stars Paul Bettany, Sam Claflin, Stephen Graham, Toby Jones and Asa Butterfield as officers led by a deranged commander in 1918.

Based on the 1928 play of the same name, the film shines a light on the Britsh army’s major failings during the conflict and the incredible resilience shown by the soldiers fighting for it.

Journey’s End will be at the Curzon from Tuesday to April 19.

Steven Spielberg’s latest sci-fi epic Ready Player One (12A) will continue to be screened during the week while 2017 Palme D’Or winner The Square (15) will be shown on Sunday.

Divorced but devoted father-of-two Christian (Claes Bang) is a contemporary museum in Stockholm who is getting ready to launch its latest show, The Square.

But when Christian falls victim to a scam he is forced to question the world and those around him, while a stunt concocted by the museum’s PR agency causes mass public outcry.

Wes Anderson’s surreal animation Isle Of Dogs (PG) will be screened today (Wednesday) and tomorrow (Thursday), telling the story of 12-year-old ward to corrupt mayor Atari Kobayashi.

When all canine pets are sent to Trash Island, Atari embarks on a journey which will determine the future of the entire species.

The Curzon and the Times have teamed up to offer a pair of tickets to see Journey’s End.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering this competition you agree to be contacted by Archant.

Curzon staff and volunteers are not eligible to enter.

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