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Pinkwire have teamed up with the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival this year to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets for the Closing Night Gala of The Four-Faced Liar.
All you have to do is email us here at email@example.com sending your name, age, address and contact number. Also dont forget to put "LLGFF Competition" in the subject heading.
The winner will be notified by telephone / email on or just after the Monday 4th April.
Info about The Four-Faced Liar - A story of four twenty-somethings looking to find themselves in New York City.
In the hipster world of New York's West Village, literature major and Emily Brontë enthusiast Bridget names her many lesbian conquests after days of the week. She isn't looking for love or a relationship, and like any self-respecting student spends an inordinate amount of time in a bar (the Four-Faced Liar of the title) with her best friend Trip, a womaniser himself despite his girlfriend.
One evening they meet straight-laced Gregg and his equally reserved girlfriend Molly, herself a literature major with a passion for 19th century English authors. Recognising a common bond the two young women fall into an easy friendship, leaving little choice for Gregg and Trip to do the same. As the boys bond over video games and sports, the two women realise a deeper connection. Molly's reserve melts away around the outgoing and mildly snarky Bridget, whilst the latter is forced to question her fear of love and commitment the more time she spends with her beautiful friend. Soon yielding to the unbidden desire for each other, their affair has the power to irrevocably change the four friends' lives forever. Adapted for the screen from her own play, writer/actor Marja Lewis Ryan has created realistic and believable characters, placing them in situations we've all been in ourselves once in our lives. Bursting with humour and underlying heartache, this award-winning film is the perfect way to bring our 25th Festival to a close.
25th BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. 31 March - 6 April 2011
With just a few days to go until the start of the festival, and there are still tickets available for some of the matinee screenings.
Choose from the programmer’s top picks and book today! For full festival programme, and how to book visit; www.bfi.org.uk/llgff
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