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Win tickets to
at BFI Southbank, with director Q&A
by Ellis Reed
The BFI are offering two tickets to Amulet, including a Q&A with writer-director Romola Garai, at BFI Southbank on Friday 21 January. This is Garai’s hotly-tipped début feature, joining films like His House (UK, Remi Weekes, 2020) and Saint Maud (UK, Rose Glass, 2019) on the list of buzzworthy modern British horror films.
To enter, just e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Amulet’ in the subject by 19 January.
Only two days ago, HMV previewed Amulet as one of their top horror movies for 2022. The BFI plot summary is as follows:
‘Amulet explores the story of Tomaz (God’s Own Country’s Alec Secareanu), an ex-soldier from an unnamed foreign conflict, living in strained circumstances in London. Haunted by his past, he is offered a place to stay in a decaying, claustrophobic house, inhabited by an enigmatic young woman (Carla Juri: Blade Runner 2049, Wetlands) and her dying mother. As he starts to fall for his new companion, Tomaz cannot ignore his suspicion that something insidious might also be living alongside them.’
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