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WIN tickets to see Drift at Event Cinemas Campbelltown

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RIDING the waves will be key to escaping a life of petty crime and factory work for two Australian brothers in the new surf film Drift.

Opening at Event Cinemas Campbelltown on Thursday, the film is set in a remote Australian town, with a spectacular and rugged coastline in the early 1970s.

Brothers Andy (Myles Pollard) and Jimmy (Xavier Samuel) form a volatile alliance and together with seamstress mother Kat (Robyn Malcolm) they fashion custom-made Drift wetsuits and surfboards from their garage.

Violent feuds with a drug-dealing biker gang will threaten their road to a billion-dollar cultural movement.

Details: www.eventcinemas.com.au

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