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Win 5×2 movie tickets to see BURNING

The film BURNING is based on a short story by Haruki Murakami and is hitting screens on 10 January in selected Arthouse cinemas. Take part for your chance to win tickets to see this mystery masterpiece.

If you’re familiar with «The Walking Dead» series, you’ll probably recognise one of the main characters. And if you’re into Arthouse cinema and alternative movies, you’re bound to enjoy this one. A pretty young girl called Hae-mi asks a delivery boy named Jong-su to mind her cat while she’s away. The young man falls in love with her and can’t wait for her return. To be able to see her, Jong-su even accepts Hae-mi’s new boyfriend Ben (played by Steven Yeun from the Walking Dead) – her holiday romance. After the girl mysteriously vanishes, Jong-su is overcome by a terrible suspicion. Watch the trailer:

Director Chang-don Lee presents a thriller full of mystery and surprising twists, shot with exceptional beauty. BURNING is an amazing film adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s story «Barn Burning».

Prize draw

All active members of our Community regularly get the chance to win concert tickets, event entries, vouchers and much more. Answer the question below correctly by 13 January 2019 to take part in our competition. Good luck!

XENIX Film Distribution
What's the name of the actor who plays in BURNING and «The Walking Dead»?

The competition has ended!

Digitec Galaxus AG entry conditions: The competition is open to all natural persons who are resident in Switzerland and 18 years or over. Digitec Galaxus AG employees are excluded. Each participant may only enter competitions once to avoid being excluded. No correspondence will be entered into nor is there a right of appeal.

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David Kübler, Zurich

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I'm a communicator and songwriter with a passion for good food, lovely people, adventure and activities involving mountains and water.

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