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FTW: Tickets to see ‘Bastille Day’ in cinemas

WE’RE giving away five double passes for you to catch the new film, Bastille Day, in cinemas from May 12. Clara Ng has the details on how you can win!

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Want to know what Robb Stark (Richard Madden) is getting up to these days? Bastille Day, a new action-thriller set to hit Australian cinemas from May 12, will star Game of Thrones‘ former King in the North and you can see the film for free, courtesy of Meld Magazine!

Set in Paris, the film follows American pickpocket and con artist Michael Mason (Richard Madden) who becomes a priority figure for CIA Agent Sean Briar (Idris Elba) when he steals the wrong bag. What started as petty crime turns into Michael and Sean embarking on an anti-terrorism mission. Featuring the classic trope of a criminal working together with a good guy, chaos ensues with rooftop chases, riots and bank heists.

Joining Madden in the film is actor Idris Elba, a veteran in the business who has won acclaim for roles in films such as Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, BBC crime drama Luther and, most recently, for his work on the Netflix produced war drama, Beasts of No Nation.

Meld Magazine is giving away five in-season double passes for you to see Bastille Day. For your chance to win, simply enter your name into Meld’s Rafflecopter competition below. Competition closes Wednesday, May 11.

For more information on Bastille Day, visit the film’s official website where you can also watch its trailer. Bastille Day screens theatrically in cinemas from May 12.

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