In Clash, a mercenary (Ngô Thanh Vân) gets a new job hunting down a very valuable, very missing hard drive that has a few important codes for the first Vietnamese satellite. She teams up with a few other experts, but as you might imagine, not everyone is trustworthy and feces starts flying at the fan as quickly as feet start hitting faces.
It’s unclear what will happen if the hard drive winds up in the hands of the Chinese Triad, but we want to put a new Alienware laptop into yours. All it takes is a little spy skill and a little bit of luck.
Plus, we’re teaming up with Indomina Releasing for this bad boy, and they’ve got a few other prizes just in case you aren’t the big, big winner. So how do you enter? Check this out:
Starting tomorrow (7/29 @ 12:01am PST), Indomina will start tweeting out and Facebooking out pictures of 15 laptop cases placed in 15 locations around the United States. The first picture will be close-up, the second will give a bit more of the surroundings, and the third will be the best hint of where the elusive case is. They’ll do it through 8/19 (@ 6:01pm PST), so stay sharp.
All you have to do is tweet @Indomina with your guess as to where the case is (with the hashtag #findthelaptop). Correct answers will be entered into a drawing to win:
- One (1) Stealth Black Alienware M11x gaming laptop with Core i7 processor and 2GB graphics card and 500MB hard drive
That laptop will be given at random, but the first person to correctly answer where the laptop is will get a $50 Walmart, Netflix, or iTunes Amazon Gift Card. So, yes, there’s incentive to keep your eyes on their twitter and facebook feeds (and know a bit about local geography).
Feel free to tell your friends about this contest, but just make sure you can trust them.
You don’t want your laptop ending up in the hands of the Triad.
Here’s all the legal stuff if you’re interested.
Out of hundreds of entries, Congratulations to 28-year old producer, writer, artist, Justin L. from Santa Monica, CA for winning the CLASH ‘Find the Laptop’ Contest
The contest commenced on July 29 and ran until September 15. Film School Rejects teamed up with Independent Film Company, Indomina Releasing, where Indomina tweeted out and Facebooked out pictures of 15 laptop cases placed in 15 locations around the United States, such as New York, Washington DC, Toronto, Phoenix, Austin,
The contest appeared in over 14,500 twitter feeds. Thank you to all those that participated!