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Happy-Go-Lucky Poster Giveaway

Director Mike Leigh has been around for a while — directing such films as Vera Drake and Topsy-Turvy. And with those films, he’s developed a solid base of appreciators. And with his latest film Happy-Go-Lucky, the story of an unrelentingly optimistic young woman named Poppy (played by Sally Hawkins), I’d be willing to bet that his fan base is bound to grow. As is the base of Sally Hawkins, who was described by my good friend Pete Sciretta at Slashfilm as delivering “one hell of a performance” in this film.

And in order to help get the word out on this film, which hits theaters in limited release on October 10th, we’ve received a few posters to give away. In fact, three (3) lucky winners could each score one of said posters (pictured right, click to enlarge). All you have to do is be a subscriber to our daily email updates, powered by Feedburner. It is the one daily email to rule them all — all the best of the Rejects right in your inbox. No spam, no selling of your information, just the best movie news from all of the best writers on the web, every single day. If you aren’t already a subscriber, you can do so via the form below:

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The second thing that you must do is answer a question in the comment area at the bottom of the page. You must be a legal resident of the United States or Canada in order to win, you must enter prior to October 17th.

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When it comes to reading movie sites (like this one), what makes you Happy-Go-Lucky?

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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