We have three copies of the WWII RAF movie Hurricane, directed by David Blair, to give away on Blu-ray. The film lands on the home formats (that’s DVD, Blu-ray etc) from 22nd October. Iwan Rheon, Milo Gibson, Stefanie Martini, Krystof Hadek, Marcin Dorocinski, Filip Plawiak and Adrian Zamba are amongst the film’s impressive cast.

Hurricane tells the story of the Polish fliers who found themselves fighting for the freedom of their own country in foreign skies. Seen through the eyes of Jan Zumbach (Rheon), fighter ace and adventurer, it tells how the Poles, driven across Europe by the German war machine, finally made their last stand. Flying Hurricanes for the RAF over Britain, they became a key component in the legend of ‘The Few’. Up against the might of the Luftwaffe they hoped that, by saving Great Britain from Nazi invasion, they were keeping the dream of a free Poland alive.

In the lethal melee above England in that summer of 1940, they fought with a tenacity and skill that earned them the admiration of the whole British nation. The dogfights against superior planes cost some of the men their lives. The constant strain of gladiatorial combat took away the sanity of others. But, as Zumbach discovers as the war stutters to a close, becoming the best in the RAF is a hollow victory for the Poles.

This astonishing story is brought to life on screen in Hurricane, using one of the last operating Hurricanes in existence during filming and highlighting the sheer bravery of the Polish pilots involved, who still to this day are huge historical icons in Poland.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the three Blu-rays, all you have to do is answer the two-choice question and fill in the required  details in the form below.

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The competition will close on Friday 2nd November 2018. The first three names, chosen at random, will each win a copy of Hurricane on Blu-ray. The editor’s decision is final and there is no cash alternative. UK only.

Good luck.

Hurricane is released on Blu-ray and DVD on 22 October 2018.