See W Before It’s Released At An Exclusive Uncut Screening!

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Uncut.co.uk is giving you a chance to watch the latest Oliver Stone film ‘W’ (Dubya) at an exclusive screening; before it’s nationwide cinema release next week!

The Oscar winning director’s third film about an American President follows on from ‘JFK’ and ‘Nixon’ and stars Josh Brolin, James Cromwell, Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Banks, Thandie Newton and Richard Dreyfuss.

The film opens on November 7, but Uncut is offering readers the chance to get a free pair of tickets to see W on November 4, the same day as the 2008 US Presendential Election.

Tickets are available at cinemas nationwide (see below for list of venues), on a first-come first-served basis. All you have to do is go to the seefilmfirst.com website and enter the unique code: 108851.

For further information on the film and to see the trailer, check out the film’s official website here: www.wthemovie.co.uk

Cinema venues include the following:
Belfast
Birmingham
Tallaght
Blackpool
Cardiff
Dundee
Edinburgh LR
Gateshead
Glasgow Braehed
Greenwich
Kingston
Lee Valley
Leeds Bradford
Liverpool One
Manchester Printworks
Milton Keynes
Norwich
Sheffield
Southampton
Stoke on Trent
Wimbledon


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