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Wednesday
Jun082011

GIVEAWAY | A pair of passes to see The Trip @ The IFC Center

We're giving away two pairs of tickets to see The Trip--the UK comedy garnering rave reviews--opening this Friday at The IFC Center.

A hilariously awkward road trip begins when Steve Coogan can’t entice anyone but frenemy/fellow actor Rob Brydon to tag along on a plum travel writing gig. Stuck with each other—and worse, virtually no audience—they compete with dueling impressions, unsubtle oneupmanship and shameless bids for attention, in a brilliant riff on celebrity, insecurity and friendship.

 

HOW TO BE A WINNER

1) Put "The Trip @ The IFC Center" in the subject line of an email addressed to theapiary@gmail.com and send it by end of day Thursday (6/9)

2) If you win, tell your friends via your blog or FB status that The Apiary made you a winner -- it's so easy!

Two winners will be selected at random to receive a pair of passes--you'll be notified on Friday if you're one of them. Passes are good for any screening of the film next week at the IFC Center in New York. You should live in NY if you're going to enter!

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