To celebrate the release of Not Suitable For Children, at the movies July 5, together with Icon Films, we’re offering you the chance to win:
Enter the competition is as easy as usual, just become our Facebook fan here (if you are not already), and then email us to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject SUITABLE TICKETS, and tell us the name of the character played by Ryan Kwanten in the film. (Hint the Answer is in this post)
Don`t forget to include your real name and address
Please read the rules carefully, Emails with wrong subject and No Address will be disqualified.
*Competition closes Sunday July 1, 2012.
*Competition open for Australian residents only
*Only 1 entry per person will be accepted
*Winners will be announced in our Facebook page
*Any duplicate/suspicious entry will be disqualified
* Competition subjected to terms and conditions (see below)
About the film
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN is a modern romantic drama with a twist – for once it is the guy’s biological clock ticking. With Academy Award nominated director Peter Templeman in his feature directorial debut and written by Michael Lucas (Offspring), NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN is an upbeat story of Jonah, played by Ryan Kwanten (TVs True Blood), who embarks on a crazy caper to find the ‘one’, after discovering that he’ll be infertile in a month. Joining Kwanten in the ensemble cast is Sarah Snook (2012 AACTA Best Actress Drama for Sisters of War) and Ryan Corr (TVs Packed To The Rafters).
Terms & Conditions
1. Spotlight Report and Icon Films take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.
2. While all attempts are made to supply prizes at the completion of a competition, no responsibility will be held by Spotlight Report to supply prizes if for unseen circumstances they are not available.
3. Staff of this site and their immediate families are not eligible to participate in the competition.
4. You must be at least 15 years of age to enter this competition, or have parents or guardians permission.
5. No responsibility will be taken for any entries that may have been lost. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered upon.