Win IRRATIONAL MAN on DVD - Out 1st February



To celebrate the DVD release of Irrational Man on 1st February, starring Joaquin PhoenixEmma StoneParker Posey and Jamie Blackley, written and directed by Woody Allen we’re giving three people the chance to win DVD copies of Irrational Man!

 Woody Allen’s Irrational Man is about a tormented philosophy professor who finds a will to live when he commits an existential act. Philosophy professor Abe Lucas (Joaquin Phoenix) is at rock bottom emotionally, unable to find any meaning or joy in life. Abe feels that everything he’s tried to do, from political activisim to teach, hasn’t made any difference.

 Soon after arriving to teach at a small town college, Abe gets involved with two women: Rita Richards (Paker Posey), a lonely professor who wants him to rescue her from her unhappy marriage; and Jill Pollard (Emma Stone), his best student, who becomes his closest friend.

While Jill loves her boyfriend Roy (Jamie Blackley), she finds Abe’s tortured, artistic personality and exotic past irresistible. Even as Abe displays signs of mental imbalance, Jill’s fascination with him only grows. Still, when she tries to make their relationship a romantic one, he rebuffs her. 

 Pure chance changes everything when Abe and Jill overhear a stranger’s conversation and become drawn in. Once Abe makes a profound choice, he is able to embrace life to the fullest again. But his decision sets off a chain of events that will affect him, Jill and Rita forever.


To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, simply answer the question below:

 In what subject is Joaquin Phoenix’s character Abe Lucas a professor?




Email your answer and your details (with Irrational Man competition in the subject line) to

Competition closes at 4pm on Friday 5 February

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Available first on Digital HD 18th January.

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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.