Rachel Weisz is one spectacularly talented actress. She doesn’t get the award accolades of Meryl Streep, but she’s as good. She doesn’t get the hubba-hubba comments of Jessica Biel, but she’s as beautiful. And she doesn’t get the high profile, big budget blockbuster roles of Kristen Stewart, but she’s, well, she’s older.

Her latest film is sumptuous period drama, The Deep Blue Sea, that finds her playing a young wife trapped in an unexciting marriage to an esteemed judge. A chance meeting with a RAF pilot (Tom Hiddleston) leads to a tumultuous affair that may very well be the end of her.

Music Box Films released the film on Blu-ray/DVD earlier this week, and in addition to the highly acclaimed film itself the disc includes commentary from director Terence Davies, two special ‘making-of’ features and interviews with Weisz and Hiddleston.

Keep reading to see how you can win a copy of The Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray.

Three lucky winners will each receive The Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray from Music Box Films, and all you have to do is leave a comment below. Specifically, tell us in the comments section the name of your favorite movie featuring a color in the title. See how easy that is? Blue Sunshine? White Christmas? The Color Purple? And please note that those three are now invalid since I’ve already mentioned them…

Please also provide your email address in the comment. SERIOUSLY. We can’t pick you if we can’t reach you. This contest is only open to U.S. residents. The contest will close on Friday, August 3rd, at 8:00PM PST.

Good luck!

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