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Have you noticed that the most suspenseful films are those where you don’t actually understand the language being spoken, relying on subtitles to transmit messages? Now apply this theory when watching new Norwegian thriller, Headhunters, and let your heart do its thing: palpitate.
Based on acclaimed author Jo Nesbo’s book of the same name and from the producers of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo this film is centered around Roger Brown, Norway’s most famous headhunter. He appears to have it all (a beautiful wife, a larger-than-life house, tailor-made suits, cosmetic dentistry etc), financing his lavish lifestyle by by stealing highly coveted art from his clients. It is when he hatches a plan to steal a rare painting from his most recent client, an ex-mercenary with state of the art surveillance equipment, that things quickly derail.
The film is out in Australia on March 8. View the trailer below:
We have 15 double passes to give away. To enter just email firstname.lastname@example.org with contact details and the subject line ‘Headhunters’ to win. Competition closes at midnight on Monday 20 February (only open to residents of Australia).