Tell Us About The First Time You Broke The Rules To Win Tix To Lily-Rose Depp’s Movie ‘Voyagers’
We're giving away 100 double passes to see the euphoric thriller with a friend.
The new euphoric thriller from the director of 'Limitless', in cinemas April 8.
To say we’re excited for Voyagers is putting it mildly. The movie stars Lily-Rose Depp, Tye Sheridan, Colin Farrell, and Fionn Whitehead as a crew of astronauts on a mission to colonise a distant planet. But it takes a turn when they realise they’ve been lied to and begin to explore their most primitive nature for the first time.
Releasing on April 8, this euphoric thriller has a stacked cast, neon colour scheme, and a mysterious secret to uncover – so yeah, we’re pretty hyped.
To celebrate the cinema release of Voyagers, we’re giving away 100 double passes to see it on the big screen. To enter, just tell us, in 25 words or less, about the first time you broke the rules.
There are 20 double passes for preview screenings on April 7 in NSW, VIC, WA, and QLD up for grabs, as well as 20 double in-season passes for SA.
So if you’re as keen as we are to see Voyagers, bust out your best stories about defying your parents, ignoring the school uniform, and sneaking out of the house at night. And trust us, you’re going to want to see it on the big screen ASAP.
Depp, Sheridan, and Whitehead – along with Isaac Hempstead Wright, Chanté Adams, and Madison Hu – play young astronauts who have been born and bred to carry out their mission. When they realise the adults in charge have been lying to them to get them to take special drugs that suppress their emotions, they rebel.
They stop taking the drug and feel things like fear, love, lust, and anger for the first time ever. Understandably, their visceral awakening makes their lives descend into sensory-charged chaos, and the film explores who we really are when we’re not being controlled. Check out the trailer here:
Voyagers is a gripping, modern view of human nature, and we can already tell it’s one of those movies that’s best seen on the big screen. It’s going to be a wild ride!
(Lead image courtesy of Universal Pictures)