UTG Contest: Win A Pair Of Tickets To The Boston Premiere Of ‘Rich Hill’

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Earlier this week, I had the great fortune of screening a new documentary titled Rich Hill. The film, which played to critical and audience acclaim at a number of festivals near the beginning of the year, follows the lives of three young boys in one of the most poverty-stricken areas of rural Missouri. It’s the kind of story that grabs your heart strings from the opening credits and plucks them ever so tenderly until the credits begin to roll, but you’re so enthralled in the action taking place on screen you welcome the pain and joy all the same. I laughed, cried, and felt a sense of anger at the world in general I’m not sure I ever knew prior to that initial screening, but now fully embrace.

As the final half of the film played out in front of me, I could not help thinking that I wanted to do something through the site to bring the stories being shared into more people’s lives. A review was the first notion, and it’s one we will most certainly follow through on eventually, but I wanted to do something more. Fortunately, fate found me in the form of an email from the film’s PR team. They inquired about the possibility of bringing UTG into the promotional efforts for the film’s Boston premiere and I could not reply with “yes” fast enough.

Today, we are thrilled to announce a contest that will offer New England movie fans a chance to see Rich Hill during it’s area premiere tomorrow, August 15, at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge. All you need to do in order to enter is tweet a link to this article and follow UTG on Twitter (@UTGreview). Winners will be chosen first thing Friday morning. What are you waiting for? Click the tweet button at the end of this post and start sharing!

Rich Hill is opening in a number of cities this weekend and is also available on demand through iTunes. You can view the film’s official trailer below.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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