Award-winning director Joe Wright creates a boldly original suspense thriller with Hanna, starring Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan (The Lovely Bones, Atonement) in the title role. Raised by her father (Eric Bana), an ex-CIA man, in the wilds of Finland, Hanna's upbringing and training have been one and the same, all geared to making her the perfect assassin. Sent on a mission by her father, Hanna journeys stealthily across Europe while eluding agents dispatched after her by a ruthless intelligence operative with secrets of her own (Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett). As she nears her ultimate target, Hanna faces startling revelations about her existence and unexpected questions about her humanity. The film opens in select theaters Friday, April 8. And now you have a chance to win a cool Hanna prize package thanks to a giveaway sponsored by GreenCine and Focus Features.
One (1) Winner will receive the following prize pack:
Grey Hooded Sweatshirt
Micro Fiber Cloth
[Prize pack valued at $70]
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Horror auteur Ti West is back with another slow-burning throwback film sustaining the quality of his very successful previous effort, The House of the Devil. Slant writes, "The classic haunted-house story is probably the mustiest in the book, and West sets out to subvert it while also identifying how essential such conventions are to the form. His work has always been heavily referential, but it stands apart presently in the sense that those references are never handled ironically."