Winner of the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize in 2012, and traveling around the globe landing in Karlovy Vary, Leeds, Tokyo, São Paulo, Göteborg, Rotterdam and more, Matteo Garrone's "Reality" certainly made some waves on the circuit last year. But if you missed the movie when it landed in arthouse theaters this spring, not to worry, as we've got a pretty nice prize pack for those looking to check out the latest from the director of "Gomorrah," or for those who are already fans of the flick.
The film presents a scathing but amusing look at the destruction caused by one man's obsession with reality shows. The film follows Luciano, a well-liked Italian fishmonger who walks down a dangerous path as he seeks to become a contestant on "Big Brother." His attempts at gaining his fifteen minutes of fame slowly erodes his mental state, fractures his relationship with family and friends, painting an incredible tragicomic character. So how can you get your hands on a DVD or Blu-ray and a poster signed by the director?
Tell us what would you do to become famous. Email us your name, address and best idea for how you can earn a spot on your favorite reality show. Good luck!
"Reality" is now available in stores on DVD and Blu-ray.