Jo Nesbø's Jackpot
Oscar Svendsen wakes up terrified and bloodied, a shotgun in his hands, in what was once a respectable strip joint near Svinesund, Sweden. He’s surrounded by eight bodies, and police detective Solør, who is convinced of his guilt, has a gun aimed at his chest. Jackpot is an exciting, playful and bloody comedy, based on a story by Norway's leading crime writer Jo Nesbø. Thanks to Rialto Distribution, we have some double passes to give away to Jackpot, in cinemas from Thursday August 2. So on the subject of movies, tell us what movie you watched as a child that scared the absolute crap out of you. Mine was Jurassic Park, specifically the scene with Newman.