politics.co.uk is giving you the chance to win two tickets to this Friday's premiere of Fire in the Blood at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square.
An intricate tale of 'medicine, monopoly and malice', Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments aggressively blocked access to low-cost Aids drugs for the countries of Africa and the global south in the years after 1996 – causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths – and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.
Shot on four continents and including contributions from global figures such as Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu and Joseph Stiglitz, Fire in the Blood is the never-before-told true story of the remarkable coalition which came together to stop 'the Crime of the Century' and save millions of lives in the process.
To win tickets to the premiere, answer the following question:
In what year was Aids first recognised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention?
Send your answer to email@example.com, along with your name and telephone number and we will pick the winner on Wednesday evening.
Fire in the Blood has its UK premiere this Friday February 22nd at 6.30pm at the Prince Charles Cinema Leicester Square and select UK cinemas on Monday February 25th and beyond. Please check www.fireintheblood.com for details.
Closing date of competition: Wednesday February 20th 22:00 GMT.
Terms and Conditions
1. The prize is a pair of tickets to the premiere of Fire in the Blood at the Prince Charles Cinema on Friday February 22nd 2013.
2. There is no cash alternative to the prize, it is non-refundable and non-transferable and not for resale.
3. Only users who follow the competition instructions above will be entered into the draw.
4. This competition is not open to employees of politics.co.uk, or any agency connected with this competition or family members of any of these organisations.
5. Only one entry per person and you must be over 18 years old.
6. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
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8. The competition shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales.