Chariots of Fire follows the story of two British athletes, Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams, and their unlikely success in the 1924 Paris Olympics. It’s an inspiring story of personal and national triumph over adversity, which not only won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, but picked up Best Film at the BAFTAs too.
With truly Olympian performances from Ian Holm, Ben Cross and Ian Charleston this will be a great addition to anyone’s Blu-ray collection, and, as usual, you have two chances to win. For your first entry hit the tweet button at the top of this post. Then for a second entry, leave a comment on this post in response to the following question:
With the Olympics now in full-swing, we’ve seen some fantastic moments of victory and inspiration. From Jessica Ennis’ Hollywood Heptathlon finish in the 800m to Usain Bolt’s Olympic recording setting 100m victory, it’s been amazing, but what do you think is the ultimate moment of sporting euphoria from the world of film? Is it Rocky going the distance against Apollo Creed or maybe Daniel LaRusso’s epic tournament win in The Karate Kid? Or perhaps you’re more a fan of the Cool Runnings Jamaican bobsleigh team and their ability to overcome the odds? Whatever it is, let us know in the comments below for your chance to win!
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