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BIAFF 1996 Awards Selection 4

This International Award-winner in the 1996 IAC International Film and Video Competition was screened at movie 96 in a mini-cinema on Saturday, April 20, 1996, in Milton Keynes.

THE GAME
John Curran (Lancs)
Andrew Reid (played by an actor of the same name), ex-Army Parachute Regiment and Falkland Islands survivor, is now unemployed and hard up. He is approached by 'Blackjack' (Alan Titley), an international entrepreneur, who offers him £250,000 to take part in a 'game', in which he and an American rival would be taken to a large sealed-off area, be supplied with weaponry, and then hunt each other to the death. This is a most impressive debut by writer/director John Curran. It's a hugely ambitious thriller which will have you on the edge of your seats. Developed from an original idea by Andrew Reid.
SOME BAD LANGUAGE
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
IAC International Award, Best Story Award, Best Acting Award (Andrew Reid) 1996

Story
88.mins


Total running time 88 mins.

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