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Meryl Streep and Amy Adams star in the delicious hit comedy Julie & Julia, the story of two real-life foodies from different decades whose example proves that with the right combination of passion, obsession and butter you can change your life and achieve your dreams.
Oscar-nominated Streep plays legendary American chef Julia Child, whose life in post-war France inspired her classic book Mastering the Art of French Cooking, and Adams plays celebrated blogger Julie Powell, who decided to chronicle her attempt to cook all 524 recipes in Child’s book in a single year.
To celebrate the film’s release on Blu-ray & DVD on 8th March, the nice people at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have given us three Blu-ray discs of Julie & Julia – packed with special features including director’s commentary, behind the scenes and biographical features, and a virtual tour of Julia Child’s kitchen – to give away to three lucky winners. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:
Julia Child’s kitchen is now housed in which famous American museum?
A) Madame Tussaud’s New York
B) The Smithsonian
C) The Jonesian
Send your answer, clearly marked Julie & Julia Blu-ray Competition in the subject line, to email@example.com. The closing date for entries is Thursday 25 March 2010.
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Please note: we will collect your personal email data solely to process your competition entry. Prizes will be awarded to the first five correct entries drawn at random under independent supervision after the competition closes at midnight on 25 March 2010. We will notify the winner by email within 21 days of this closing date. The prize consists of a copy of the Blu-ray of Julie & Julia. Promoter: IPC Media. Prize Supplier: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. For full terms and conditions, see here.
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