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Win Donnie Yen’s Dragon on DVD!

Starring martial arts legend Donnie Yen, Dragon is one of the best kung fu films in years – and we have three copies to give away!…

Bringing stand out martial arts scenes together with an intelligent script, Peter Chan‘s (The Warlords, He’s A Woman, She’s A Man, Comrades: Almost A Love Story) Dragon is a kick above the normal wuxia genre film. Often dubbed a martial arts take on David Cronenberg’s A History of Violence, it concerns Liu Jin-xi, played by Donnie Yen (Ip Man, S.P.L.: Kill Zone, 14 Blades, Bodyguards And Assassins), whose past catches up with him putting his new family at risk. The cast also includes Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) and Takeshi Kaneshiro (Red Cliff, House of Flying Daggers, The Warlords, K-20: The Legend of the Black Mask).

Beautifully shot and superbly acted, it’s easily one of the best martial art/wuxia films to have come out in the last few years. And we have three copies on DVD to giveaway! All you have to do is fill out our form below, remembering to answer our ‘tricky’ question…

Now the legal bit…

Please note, only entries from the UK will be accepted for this competition. The competition closes midnight 15 September 2013, no entries after that time will be accepted. Prize winners will then be randomly picked and prizes only sent out after that date. Please fill out your full name and address clearly (I mean, come on!), including postcode, in the special form below (not comments section!) or your entry will not be counted. Multiple entries will be disqualified. I mean it!

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