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Win DVDs of Survive The Night, My Brilliant Friend Series 2, The Luminaries, and The Secrets She Keeps...
Survive The Night Time is running out fast for Bruce Willis in home-invasion thriller Survive The Night...

SCREEN LEGEND Bruce Willis (Die Hard franchise) drives the action against a pair of dangerous criminals who invade his home after committing a violent robbery.

Brothers Mathias and Jamie are making a getaway with their loot when a simple stop at a gas station escalates into a shoot-out due to Jamie's violent impulses.

With Mathias mortally wounded, trigger-happy Jamie is forced to stalk a trauma doctor named Rich (Chad Michael Murray) from the hospital to his home.

Holding Rich's wife, daughter, and father hostage, Jamie demands Rich operate on Mathias and either save his life or lose his family…

To survive the night, Rich must team up with his estranged, tough-as-nails ex-lawman father, Frank (Willis), in order to gain the upper hand and turn the tables on the criminals.

With lives hanging in the balance on both sides and Jamie's desperation leading to increasingly erratic actions, the tension rises as the morning approaches and father and son are forced to make a stand in order to defend their loved ones.

Starring Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill; Riverdale) alongside action superstar Bruce Willis, Survive the Night is directed by Matt Eskandari (Trauma Center, 12 Feet Deep) and Live Free or Die Hard co-producer Stephen J. Eads.

To enter the competition to win a Survive the Night DVD tell us the name of Bruce Willis's new film due out this September:

A) Hard Kill

B) The Fifth Element

C) Looper

Only one entry per person. Email your answer to win@motorbar.co.uk before the closing date of 7 September.

Please also make sure you put 'SURVIVE THE NIGHT' in the subject line and include your name, age, address, and a contact number.


The award-winning, beloved Neapolitan novels by Italian author Elena Ferrante tell an epic, riveting tale of love, loss, hardship and the enduring power of female friendship...

AFTER ITS RUN on Sky Atlantic this summer, the second series of this stunning, Italian-language adaptation My Brilliant Friend: The Story of a New Name arrives on digital and DVD from Acorn Media International.

Elena Greco is an elderly writer whose best friend Lila has disappeared without a trace, so Elena begins to write the story of their lives growing up together in a mob-ruled, poverty-stricken neighbourhood in 1950s Naples.



As children, Elena (Elisa Del Genio) and Lila's (Ludovica Nasti) friendship is put to the test as financial disparities provide them with very different opportunities in life. Lila's writing genius is stifled after her parents can no longer afford further education and put her to work, while Elena flourishes in school, no longer in the shadow of her friend's brilliance.

The second series follows Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) and Lila (Gaia Girace) as adolescents into the Swinging Sixties, where this fierce, complex friendship must endure romantic rivalry and shocking violence, as the notorious Solara gangster family becomes harder to avoid entanglements with.

Both growing into beautiful young women, they draw the attentions of a powerful gang-leader's son, a grocer, a mechanic, a schoolboy and his father, all while navigating the trials and tribulations of marriage and university, abuse and motherhood, and critical acclaim for a novel that sparks jealousy between these women whose lives are so closely intertwined.

To enter the competition to win a DVD of My Brilliant Friend (Season Two) tell us the name of the London street that owes its fame to the Swinging Sixties:

A) Abbey Road

B) Carnaby Street

C) Oxford Street

Only one entry per person. Email your answer to win@motorbar.co.uk before the closing date of 7 September.

Please also make sure you put 'MY BRILLIANT FRIEND' in the subject line and include your name, age, address, and a contact number.


Star-crossed lovers, gold, greed, and destiny — it’s all in The Luminaries...

AN EPIC TALE, The Luminaries is a lush six-part period drama based on the Man Booker prize-winning novel by Eleanor Catton. After its run on BBC One this summer, this stunning story of fate and fortune has arrived on DVD and digital from Acorn Media International.

1865, New Zealand: welcome to the Gold Rush. Fresh-faced young woman Anna Wetherell (Eve Hewson: The Knick; Robin Hood) sets out for a new life and has a romantic encounter with fellow passenger Emery Staines (Himesh Patel: Yesterday; Eastenders) on the voyage to New Zealand.



But fate has other plans for them... and so does scheming fortune-teller Lydia (Eva Green: Penny Dreadful; Casino Royale) who takes Anna under her wing; while naive Emery falls in with ex-convict Francis Carver (Marton Csokas: Into the Badlands; Aeon Flux).

As the lovers try to find their way back to each other they are confronted with magic and murder, romance and revenge, all fuelled by the gold-lust that seems to infect everyone around them. Both looking for a fresh start in this new land of opportunity, the pair are soon caught up in events beyond their control, and start to question: Do we make our fortunes, or do our fortunes make us?

To enter the competition to win a DVD of The Luminaries tell us when gold was first discovered in New Zealand:

A) 1857

B) 1861

C) 1865

Only one entry per person. Email your answer to win@motorbar.co.uk before the closing date of 7 September.

Please also make sure you put 'LUMINARIES' in the subject line and include your name, age, address, and a contact number.


The Secrets She Keeps The Secrets She Keeps a ‘domestic noir drama based on Michael Robothams bestseller follows the lives of two pregnant women in wildly different circumstances, whose meeting may be much more than just a coincidence...

SUCCESSFUL MUMMY-BLOGGER Meghan (Jessica De Gouw: The Crown, Vienna Blood) meets shelf-stacker Agatha (Laura Carmichael: Downton Abbey, The Spanish Princess) in the supermarket of her affluent Sydney suburb.

The pair are both pregnant and quickly bond over the similar due dates of their babies, but as they grow closer Agatha becomes more and more obsessed with Meghan's ''perfect'' life.

However, under the surface problems with her high-flying TV exec husband Jack (Michael Dorman: Patriot, The Invisible Man) and tension with his best friend Simon (Ryan Corr: Cleverman, Hacksaw Ridge) mean Meghan is hiding plenty of secrets of her own...

Meanwhile, the father of Agatha's child, Hayden (Michael Sheasby: The Luminaries, A Place to Call Home) is away on duty and might not be as excited about the baby as Agatha is, forcing her to confront the question: When the life you want isn't yours, how far will you go to get it?

A fascinating exploration of female friendship, urban class divide, social media, and motherhood, all wrapped up in an edge-of-your-seat thriller — you'll be guessing the secrets she keeps until the very end.

To enter the competition to win a DVD of The Secrets She Keeps tell us which of the following novels is the latest from Michael Robotham:

A) The Suspect

B) Good Girl, Bad Girl

C) Life or Death

Only one entry per person. Email your answer to win@motorbar.co.uk before the closing date of 7 September.

Please also make sure you put 'SECRETS' in the subject line and include your name, age, address, and a contact number.
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