If Dry July has got you searching for things to do with your mates – then look no further. This frosty weather is perfect for heading to the cinema and catching a top international flick. We’ve even got a suggested film for you – 13 Minutes – and better yet, we have 10 double passes (valued at $39) up for grabs!
13 Minutes is from the director of the Oscar-nominated foreign language film Downfall. The film follows a carpenter from K√∂nigsbronn in Swabia, Georg Elser – a man who could have changed world history and saved millions of human lives, if only he had had a little more time. With 13 more minutes, the bomb he had personally assembled would have torn apart Adolf Hitler and his henchmen on 8 November, 1939. But this was not to be, and Hitler left the scene of the attempted assassination earlier than expected – leaving Elser to fail catastrophically. The film was recently screened at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Check out the trailer below:
13 Minutes is playing in selected Australian cinemas from July 23.
To enter, simply fill in the form below, register for the World Movies newsletter (if you’re not already subscribed), and tell us in 25 words or less what you would do with 13 extra minutes in a day?
Competition closes 12pm Sunday 19 July.