THANK YOU ALL FOR ENTERING AND SUPPORTING GRAFFITI WITH PUNCTUATION! THE WINNERS ARE: Belinda Fletcher, eamond tomaszewski, Kelly-Anne Leddy, Maria Amesz and Sandy. Send us your address details to email@example.com for us to send it your way.
Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of The Lunchbox to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Andy Buckle says:
There is always a place for sweet, delicately handled films like The Lunchbox in cinemas these days. With so much emphasis on sensory bombardment, charming little films like this are often overlooked. It isn’t revelatory by any means, and is perhaps a bit sluggishly paced, but it is very well performed and catches you off guard with its powerful moments and gets you thinking about the role that chance plays in day-to-day life. When you feel like you have been drained of all spirit and motivation, you can find rejuvenation, and make life-changing connections, through the most beautiful and unexpected of ways. That is what The Lunchbox celebrates.
A little pinch of happiness can change your life
Mumbai’s lunchbox delivery system transports thousands of meals everyday from kitchens to offices. Just one in a million lunchboxes is ever delivered to the wrong address. This is the story of that one lunchbox.
Ila, a neglected housewife, attempts to spice up her marriage by preparing a special lunch for her husband. When it is accidentally delivered to Saajan, a lonely widower on the brink of retirement, they exchange notes to get to the bottom of the mistaken delivery. These notes gradually evolve into a series of intimate confessions: loneliness, memories, regrets, fears, small joys – no topic is taboo for the new friends. Still strangers physically, Ila and Saajan become swept up in a relationship built on the fantasy of their letters. Could this be their second chance?
How do you win?
Comment: Lunch time love
Winners will be announced on 29/01/2015
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