30 pairs of complimentary tickets to catch award-winning French film The Stopover
Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) - International Screen and ColourlessOpinions.com are collaborating for the first time to present you the Malaysian premiere screening of The Stopover (Voir du pays) — an award-winning French drama directed and written by sisters Delphine and Muriel Coulin whose previous film 17 Girls (2011) also won an award. The Stopover won Best Screenplay and was nominated Un Certain Regard Award at the Cannes International Film Festival 2016. It was also nominated for the Golden Pyramid at the Cairo International Film Festival 2016. It currently holds a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
The story follows two young military women, Aurore (Ariane Labed) and Marine (Soko), who're given "decompression leave" with their unit after their duty in Afghanistan. In an attempt to help soldiers "forget" the war or detect PTSD before returning to their home and family, they stay at a 5-star resort in Cyprus along with tourists for three days and reflect on their traumatic experience from a mission in Afghanistan. But needless to say, it's never easy to just leave the war and all its violence behind...
In conjunction with Le French Festival 2017 Malaysia, The Stopover will be released on May 4th 2017 at GSC Mid Valley Megamall, Pavilion KL, 1 Utama, Gurney Plaza and Suria Sabah but you could catch it two days earlier at our special complimentary screening. Here are the details;
THE STOPOVER — Premiere Screening (FREE)
Venue: GSC, Mid Valley Megamall
Date: 2 May 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 9:00 PM
Tickets: 30 pairs available. Free of charge. Free seating. Redemption begins 8:00 PM onwards. Maximum two (2) tickets per person on first-come, first-serve basis. While tickets last.
How to Redeem: Using your mobile phone, simply present a snapshot of this post (yes, this very one that you're reading now right here), and the one posted on our FB Page, at the Ticket Entrance of GSC Mid Valley Megamall at 8pm on the screening day. There will be a redemption table there with nice people giving away the tickets until they're all taken.
Pro Tip: Try to be there before 8pm and queue up before anyone else!
I've already seen it and it's a great drama (stay tuned for full review). If the turnout is good, there may be more free screenings from here in the future so please do go and catch the movie at the premiere!
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