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Pitted against ‘The Kings Speech’and ‘The Black Swan’to take Best Movie at this year’s Oscars, we thought we’d start the week by giving away a copy of David Fincher’s, ‘The Social Network’.
In 2003 Harvard undergrad and computer programmer Mark Zuckerberg (Jessie Eisenberg) begins work on a new networking idea called Facebook. What begins as an experiment with friend Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield) quickly snowballs into a modern revolution in communication, catapulting Zuckerberg into the limelight and making him the youngest billionaire in history.
As usual with Blu-ray Monday, you have two chances to win. For your first entry, simply retweet the following post on Twitter: Tweet this
Then for a second entry, leave a comment on this post to the following question:
Fincher’s film brilliantly portrays the real life story of Mark Zuckerberg’s creation which became a modern day phenomenon. From inspiring biopic films like Ali, Ray or Ghandi, to individual tales of struggle and endurance like Milk, Catch Me If You Can or 127 Hours, what is your favourite film based on a true story and why? Or perhaps you know of a real life story that you think should be told on the big screen? If so what is it and why do you think it would make a great movie?
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