Win a free copy of the best reviewed British films of 2012, Black Pond

black-pond-movie-poster-imagesWhen a stranger dies at their table, an ordinary family is accused of murder in the dark dramedy Black Pond, one of the best reviewed British films of 2012. Now, E One Entertainment is bringing the hit film to DVD here in the U.S. To celebrate the release, Film Fetish is giving away 2 copies of Black Pond on DVD.

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When a stranger dies at their table, an ordinary family is accused of murder in the dark dramedy Black Pond, one of the best reviewed British films of 2012.

An ordinary British family is accused of murder when a stranger dies at their dinner table in Black Pond, a highly acclaimed black comedy from directors Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley.

While out walking his dog, Tom Thompson (two-time BAFTA winner Chris Langham; Help, The Thick of It) meets a disheveled man named Blake and invites him over for tea. After Blake passes in the company of the dysfunctional Thompson family, the story eventually makes its way to off-the-wall freelance therapist Dr Eric Sacks (the inimitable Simon Amstell, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Grandma’s House) and the morbid tale finds its way to the press. And as the facts are bent and the details spun, the Thompsons become known to the public as ‘The Family of Killers’.

Called “hugely impressive” and “charmingly odd” by The Daily Telegraph, this film – one of the Best reviewed British films of 2012 – was also a BAFTA nominee for Best Debut Film. DVD extras include deleted scenes and the short film “Cockroach” by Sharpe and Kingsley.

  • Format: DVD
  • Running Time: 83 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Aspect Ratio: 16 x 9 (1.78:1)
  • Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital
  • Language: English with SDH Subtitles

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