With the New Zealand premiere of Two Little Boys being held in Invercargill this week we thought it was the best time to announce our competition.
Described by it’s director Robert Sarkies as a ‘dysfunctional love story’ this comedy starring Hamish Blake, from Hamish and Andy, and Bret McKenzie, from New Zealandʼs acclaimed Flight of the Conchords, is the must-see comedy of 2012.
The film follows Invercargill bogan’s Nige (McKenzie) and his best mate Deano (Blake) as they struggle with their imploding long-term friendship which has been put under pressure by an unfortunate accident that involved a hot meat pie, a ginger cat, and the untimely death of a Scandinavian soccer star.
If that doesn’t persuade you to want to watch this film then Brett McKenzie certainly will,
“Anyone who has had a friend will like this movie, and if they haven’t had a friend, they will be interested to see what it’s like having a friend.”
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED BUT YOU CAN CHECK OUT OUR REVIEW OF THE FILM HERE!
So obviously we all want to go and see this film but even better go and see it for FREE!!
Released nationwide from 20 September you could be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Two Little Boys! Just answer the following question.
Which Australian musician, painter and TV personality took the song ‘Two Little Boys’ to number 1 in the UK pop charts in 1969
How to enter
Please go to our Keeping Up With Us page and fill in the comments box with your details and answer. (Terms and conditions apply*)
*By entering this competition you are signing up to the Keeping Up With NZ mailing list, if you do not wish to do this please specify in your entry. Tickets valid 20 September – 24 October for other conditions please see tickets.