Competition | Win Personal Shopper starring Kristen Stewart on Blu-ray

Win Personal Shopper Competition
(Image credit: 2001 SNOWBOUND, ALL RIGHTS RESER)
(Image credit: 2001 SNOWBOUND, ALL RIGHTS RESER)

Kristen Stewart (American Ultra (opens in new tab), The Twilight Saga (opens in new tab)) delivers the performance of her career in the literally haunting Personal Shopper (opens in new tab), arriving on digital platforms, Blu-ray and DVD from July 17th, 2017 courtesy of Icon Film Distribution.

An ethereal and mysterious ghost story as much as it is a meditation on grief and isolation, Personal Shopper follows Maureen (Stewart), a high-fashion personal shopper to the stars who is also a spiritual medium. Grieving the recent death of her twin brother, she haunts his Paris home, determined to make contact with him.

From Olivier Assayas, the internationally-acclaimed director of Clouds of Sils Maria (opens in new tab) and Summer Hours, Personal Shopper was met with near-universal critical acclaim following its theatrical release earlier this year. Original, compelling and with a game-changing central performance at its heart, Personal Shopper is one of the essential home entertainment releases of the summer and a film that will continue to grow in reputation for many years to come.

To be in with the chance of winning a copy of Personal Shopper on Blu-ray, answer this question and email your answer to movietalk@timeinc.com with Personal Shopper Competition in the subject line:

Kristen Stewart played Jodie Foster's daughter in which movie?

a)    Anna and the King b)    Panic Room c)    Elysium

Terms and conditions 1.    Closing date 4pm Friday 28th July. 2.    No alternative prize is available

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Jason Best

A film critic for over 25 years, Jason admits the job can occasionally be glamorous – sitting on a film festival jury in Portugal; hanging out with Baz Luhrmann at the Chateau Marmont; chatting with Sigourney Weaver about The Archers – but he mostly spends his time in darkened rooms watching films. He’s also written theatre and opera reviews, two guide books on Rome, and competed in a race for Yachting World, whose great wheeze it was to send a seasick film critic to write about his time on the ocean waves. But Jason is happiest on dry land with a classic screwball comedy or Hitchcock thriller.