Win a Kindle with Salmon Fishing in the Yemen!
Lasse Hallström’s charming and witty adaptation of Paul Torday’s bestselling novel, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, hits UK cinemas this week and to celebrate we've got a Kindle e-reader and a poster signed by the film's stars, Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt, to give away. Have we caught your interest? Read on for details of how to enter...
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen stars Ewan McGregor as Fred Jones, a fisheries expert and academic who works for the British government. When he’s approached by Harriet Chetwode-Talbot (Emily Blunt) with a plan to introduce salmon into the waterways of Yemen for the purpose of sport fishing, he laughs off the scheme, claiming it impossible.
Harriet is acting as the British representative of an amiable and benevolent sheikh (Amr Waked), who fulfils his love of fishing on frequent trips to his estate in the ruggedly gorgeous Scottish highlands. The proposal catches the ear of the British prime minister’s spokesperson, Bridget Maxwell (Kristin Scott Thomas) who, desperate to detract attention from some unwanted publicity, sees Harriet’s idea as the perfect opportunity to promote what will appear to be a heartfelt story of British goodwill in the Middle East. Despite protesting, Fred soon finds himself working on a project that seems not only frivolous but absolutely unfeasible in the arid land of Yemen. His scepticism is matched only by the sheikh’s boundless optimism. As the mission starts showing signs of success, Fred grows closer to Harriet, and though numerous obstacles stand in the way of their romance, their relationship affords an unexpected and welcome sense of hope for two lonely individuals...
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen hits UK cinemas April 20th
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