It was supposed to be the safest room of your house
THIS week thanks to the nice folks at the Odeon, Brombrough, Wirral we have five pairs of tickets to see director David Fincher's new exercise in white knuckle tension and suspense - Panic Room.
In medieval times it was called the castle keep. The 20th century gave way to bomb shelters, evolving into storm shelters. Now, even the White House has a Panic Room - a secure, high-tech complex safe room located in the building.
Newly divorced Meg Altman (Jodie Foster) and her daughter Sarah (Kristen Stewart) move into a New York brownstone equipped with its own panic room - unaware of how soon they will need it.
But when three men break into their home late at night, Meg and Sarah find sanctuary in the panic room not realising that the room itself is their target... and the intruders will stop at nothing to get inside.
If you want to see Jodie Foster play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, all you have to do is answer the following question:
Which Jodie Foster film co-starred Sir Anthony Hopkins as a cannibalistic serial killer?
Now just e-mail your answer, along with your name, address and a contact phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for the competition is 14th May 2002.
Winners will be personally notified.
Panic Room is a (15) certificate, anyone under the age of 15 will not be admitted to the film.
Normal Trinity Mirror Digital rules apply.