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PostPosted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:12 pm 
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Apologies for not posting the results till now, especially as I tried very hard to be efficient, making sure, for example, that winners received their copies straight after the draw was made on the 7th December. Hopefully they arrived in good time, and that other entrants weren't relying too much on this...

Inception DVD
Richard Catherall, Oxford
Sarah Jane Bright, Brighton
Matthew Taylor, London
Rich Dodgin, Edinburgh
Joe Henderson, Cheltenham

Congratulations to the winners, and please let us know how you enjoyed the DVD. If you were unlucky this time please keep trying!


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My copy of Inception arrived well before xmas, and was very much enjoyed by myself, my wife, and my father on Boxing Day - cheers !:D


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If only I'd subscribed to Interzone one issue earlier, I could've taken a leap of faith and entered this competition. As it was, I didn't, and I risked becoming an old man, filled with regret, waiting to die alone. But luckily I got a DVD of the film for Christmas anyway, along with about 528,491 books, so... there's really nothing to be said.

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I bought a copy long ago. I have seen three SF films in the past three years: Inception, District 9, and Moon. All are excellent, but Inception was the most difficult and yet rewarding to understand. It is very deep and requires concentration. Too bad I did not know about this competition. I participated in a thread about the film. Its final entry is my considered evaluation of the film's technical philosophy.


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