VIDEO / Competition
Sunday 21 March 1993
Five readers of the Independent on Sunday, however, can win an instant video collection, worth pounds 79.90. It consists of all the above titles - our choice of the Top 10 of the Virgin 50. Simply put the answers to the following questions on a postcard, and either send it to Video Collection, Arts Desk, Independent on Sunday, 40 City Road, London EC1Y 2DB, by Friday (26 March), or drop it into your local Megastore.
1 Who plays the narrator in Reversal of Fortune?
2 Which tune from Life of Brian has since become a favourite on the football terraces?
3 What is the French title of Betty Blue?
4 In The Unbearable Lightness of Being, what job is the doctor (Daniel Day-Lewis) driven to take up?
Usual rules apply. No correspondence can be entered into and the editor's decision is final.
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