Competition: Win 1 Of 3 Twenty8k DVDs

Here’s your chance to win Twenty8k on DVD; a story of power, greed, corruption and lies on the streets of East London in the run up to the Olympic Games from BAFTA winning writer Paul Abbott.

Parminder Nagra (Bend It Like Beckham, ER, Alcatraz) is Deeva Jani, a successful, Paris-based fashion executive who is forced to return home to the UK when she receives the shocking news that her teenage brother Vipon, played by newcomer Sebastian Nanena, has been arrested for a fatal gang shooting in East London. As she and her family are vilified and the dead boy’s violent family threaten retribution against her brother in jail, Deeva turns detective in an attempt to uncover the truth, prove her brother’s innocence and save his life.

Teaming up with youth worker and ex-gang member, Clint, played by Jonas Armstrong (Robin Hood), Deeva soon finds herself up against powerful and unexpected adversaries including the corrupt but highly connected DCI Stone, played by Tony Award-winner Stephen Dillane (The Hours, SpyGame, Welcome to Sarajevo). As events unfold a deeper conspiracy is unlocked involving political corruption, media manipulation, prostitution, murder and power struggles way beyond London’s street gangs, all the way to the heart of the government.

Does that sounds like a movie that you’d like to win on DVD? Of course it does, read our review for proof. So to enter, you’ve got two options. The first way to win a copy is to answer the following question in the comments below:

Which relative does Deeva Jani try to prove the innocence of?

a) Mother

b) Brother

c) Great aunt

The other option is to follow @PopBucketUK on Twitter and follow the retweet instructions. Good luck!

This competition is only open to UK residents aged 18 or over and ends on Sunday 7 October at 9pm.

Twenty8k is out on DVD, Blu-ray and video on demand on 1 October 2012, courtesy of Cine-Britannia.

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Author: Martyn Newton

Overlord of PopBucket and a gamer from a very young age with earliest memories including Theme Park, Detroit (look it up), Sim City, Championship Manager 2, The Lion King and Command & Conquer.

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