Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is
giving away a copy of Director Tom Ford's A Single Man to one
lucky On Top Magazine reader.
A Single Man will arrive on DVD
The film stars Colin Firth as professor
George Falconer, a middle-aged British transplant living in 1960's
Los Angeles with his longtime partner Jim (played by Matthew Goode).
George struggles to continue when Jim dies suddenly.
Ford's big-screen adaptation of
Christopher Isherwood's 1964 novel of the same name took home the 3rd
annual Queer Lion award at its Venice Film Festival premiere, and
Firth won the festival's best acting prize.
Critics lauded the film and
expectations of an Oscar nod increased after Firth secured a second
major acting award, the UK's Bafta Film Awards, in February.
The academy did nominate Firth's
performance but passed on the film. Ultimately, Firth lost out on
the best actor prize to Jeff Bridges for Crazy Heart.
Share in the excitement of the DVD
release by entering to win your own copy. Simply follow On Top
to secure your entry. Winner to be announced via Twitter on Sunday.
Promotion limited to residents of the United States.