Win a copy of Sound of Metal on Blu-ray! **COMPETITION CLOSED**

To celebrate the release of the outstanding Sound of Metal, out to Download & Keep, to Rent on Digital and to own on Blu-ray on May 31 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we’ve got two copies to giveaway on Blu-ray!

Our 4-star review is here for this film that follows a musician who loses his hearing, and must find stability now that his life has been upended, starring Academy Awards nominee Riz Ahmed and Olivia Cooke. Written and directed by Darius Marder, it also stars Paul Raci, Lauren Ridloff and Mathieu Amalric.

Sound of Metal follows Ruben (Ahmed) and Lou (Cooke) nomadic musicians who together travel gig to gig on an endless American tour. Their music is loud, frenzied and passionate, until one day Ruben is overwhelmed by a severe ringing in his ears, which quickly gives way to deafness.

Ruben is suddenly overcome by anxiety, depression, and soon enough his past addictions begin to surface. Ruben checks himself into a home for deaf addicts run by an eccentric deaf veteran, Joe. In this world of silence and under Joe’s tough, observant care, Ruben must confront himself more honestly than ever before. But the love and sound of his old life echoes in Ruben’s mind, calling for him to return…

To be in with a chance of winning, tell us in the comments below….

Who directs Sound of Metal?

We’ll pick a winner after 20 June, g’luck!

Terms & Conditions

-Open to UK participants only.

-Competition closes on 20th June 2021, the winners will be picked at random and emailed directly with details of how to claim your prize.

-One entry per household, multiple entries will not be counted.

-There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable.

-Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner.


322 thoughts on “Win a copy of Sound of Metal on Blu-ray! **COMPETITION CLOSED**

  1. Pingback: Sound of Metal Blu-ray review: Dir. Darius Marder (2021) | critical popcorn

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