Win tickets to the Odeon, Weston

The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with the Odeon, Weston, to offer two lucky readers the chance to each win a...

FROM the imagination of best-selling author Neil Gaiman, Stardust (PG), is set to delight young film fans during the school holiday.It is an enchanting tale of a fallen star which crashes into a magical kingdom and turns out to be no ordinary meteorite.Instead, the star is a beautiful, imperilled woman who is being chased by an array of seekers who want to get hold of her secret powers.From wicked witches to power mad princes, each person who encounters the star has his or her own agenda, but they all desire one thing - the woman's heart.Stardust begins in the sleepy English village of Wall, where Tristan, played by Charlie Cox, makes a promise to the prettiest girl in the village (Sienna Miller) - that he will bring her back a fallen star.Tristan has to cross a forbidden wall and enter a mysterious kingdom to fulfil his promise.He finds that the fallen star is, in fact, a spirited young woman, played by Claire Danes, and that she is in grave danger.Tristan sets out to protect the star and bring her back to his beloved on the other side of the wall and has many adventures along the way.This story of true love and adventure mixes all the grand themes that have caused people over the generations to fall in love with fairytales.It is also packed with its own stars including Ricky Gervais, Robert De Niro, Peter O'Toole and Michelle Pfeiffer.* The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with the Odeon, Weston, to offer two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see a film of their choice, subject to availability. To enter please answer the following question: In the film Stardust who plays the prettiest girl in the village?* Closes: 9am on October 26.* Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.


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