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win a copy of ‘One Last Thing’ on DVD (now closed)

NOW CLOSED. WINNER: Christian

WIN: a copy of One Last Thing on DVD

HOW: send an email with your U.S. mailing address

THE RULES: Here’s a gimme contest for ya: No need to be funny or clever — all you need to do to enter is click to send an email. If you have not won a prize in one of my caption contests or gimme giveaways in 2006*, and you have a United States or Canadian mailing address, you’re eligible to win. (*Micropatrons who’ve snagged some exclusive micropatron goodies are eligible to win.) One entry per person.
The indie film One Last Thing is one of the new movies experimenting with releases across multiple platforms simultaneously (or near simultaneously): it opened in theaters on May 5th, on cable on-demand services on May 19th, and on DVD on May 23rd. I’ve got a copy of the DVD to give away, courtesy of Magnolia Home Entertainment. Here’s the scoop on the set, from Magnolia:

ONE LAST THING is the story of Dylan Jameison (Michael Angarano), a 16 year-old kid from an industrial town in Pennsylvania, who has terminal cancer, and who’s living life as fast as he can. When a charitable organization, “United Wish Givers,” grants Dylan a last wish, he initially chooses to go fishing with his football hero, Jason O’Malley. But that’s not what he really wants. In a moment of inspiration during the locally televised news conference, Dylan reveals that his true final wish is to spend a weekend with supermodel Nikki Sinclair (Sunny Mabrey). With the help of his two best friends, Slap (Gideon Glick) and Ricky (Matthew Bush), and star football player Jason O’Malley (Johnny Messner), Dylan spends his last days in Manhattan, trying to fulfill his wish, to the dismay of his single mom, Karen (Cynthia Nixon). In addition to the usual growing pains encountered by a boy his age, Dylan is faced with coming to terms with his imminent departure from this world. His resulting journey is both touching and surprisingly funny.

Visit the film’s official site. If you don’t want to wait to win, buy the DVD at Amazon.

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