Win with Walking Out (New Movie)

Based on the “American Short Story Masterpiece” by David Quammen, WALKING OUT tracks fourteen-year-old David’s (Josh Wiggins) annual visit to rural Montana to see his brooding, off-the-grid father, Cal (Matt Bomer).

Separated from the comforts of home, David is reluctant and resentful as Cal plans the boy’s first big game hunt. As the pair ascend into the wilderness, Cal tried to connect with David by recounting the story of his own first kill, on his last hunting trip with his now long-dead father (Bill Pullman).

After their trip is disrupted by a chance encounter with a grizzly bear, a wounded Cal realizes they must both rely on David’s strength and resilience to survive. In selected cinemas April 5th, 2018.

To celebrate the release of Walking Out, we have two “Father and Sons” themed DVD gift packs up for grabs. Each prize is valued at $100 and includes:

  • Apocalypto
  • The Confirmation
  • Infinitely Polar Bear
  • The Road
  • Tree of Life
  • PLUS a double pass to see Walking Out at the movies.

For your chance to win please tell us in the comments below who you would take to the movies to see Walking Out and why.

Competition closes 01/04/18 midnight AEST. You must be subscribed to the Beauty and Lace newsletter OR a Facebook fan to enter. Make sure you use a valid email address so we can contact you if you are a lucky winner.

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71 thoughts on “Win with Walking Out (New Movie)

  1. I would take my hubby we are both under a lot of stress and a night at the movies would be great take our mind of things for a while

  2. I’d give the passes to my hubby & son to have some Father/son bonding time. This movie looks like a great scenic adventure intertwines with some important life lessons.

  3. Id love to take my husband to the movies, he lost his job late last year and has been a bit down so I’ll try anything to perk him up!

  4. my dad, as he love adventures like these, and a big fan of the great outdoors, perfect for us to watch together

  5. I’d give the double pass to my husband and teenage son. This looks like a great movie for them to enjoy together! Thanks for the chance 🙂

  6. I’d take my son just because the movie is about men! But also, just reading reviews and the synopsis for Walking Out and this is my kind of movie – low budget with big budget look, intense slow burn and great character study. Leave special effect movies for other people! And I have a weak spot for Bill Pullman…

  7. I’d take my Dad of course, and it would be our first time to the movies just the two of us so that’d be pretty special.

  8. My partner for sure. Any horror or thriller-like movies we watch he loves being the one to scare me just before the scary parts happen, I don’t mind it nowadays, I laugh about it all the time after the movies have finished.

  9. My brother had an especially close relationship with our father. I know he would reflect upon this. Good memories – for us all.

  10. I’d take my pregnant daughter, because I try my best to keep her strong and focused……and it’s been years since we saw a movie together

  11. Date night with my husband. A rare event that we can find a movie like this that we are both interested in.

  12. I’d take my teenage son. He’s a bit of a rat bag but still a lovable little rogue. I reckon he’d love this movie and I’d enjoy some Mother and Son bonding time.

  13. I’d see the amazing movie with my husband. We would also take our children. Walking Out addresses some important and complex issues regarding family bonding and outdoor experiences. Not only does it sound like an entertaining film, it also sounds like a great opportunity to de-brief as a family.

  14. My husband and I’d like him to take our daughters boyfriend they might find common ground with this survival story line

  15. My elderly neighbour, I go over 3 times a week to spend time with him. He always borrows my dvds , so he would love this pack to watch.

  16. I Would take my husband .. because it’s nice ‘walking out’ on 3 screaming children.. even if only for a few hours!

  17. I would take my mate that has been here to help me through the stress of moving and losing my job, just a call and she was there. I would love to be able to do something for her

  18. I’d send my dad and my nephew, I’m one of 4 girls and he has 3 granddaughters and I grandson (my nephew who is 12) so it would be lovely to send them together.

  19. I have recently met a man that has taken my son under his wing… this is the first time my son has been close to having a father figure in his life… i would send them both to see this

  20. I would take my husband, it is our 42nd wedding anniversary next month, and a night at the movies would be nice

  21. My Grandson who is now 13 I cared for him each day from birth as his parents both worked until he went to school and I really miss the times we had together

  22. I’d be honoured to win and take hubbyas he’s always walking out the door This way he’ll be walking in to see the movie

  23. I’d take Mum – Dad is in bed by 7pm and never wants to go out and ‘waste time’ watching a movie, while Mum would love the opportunity to simply go out for a night!

  24. My son is growing up to be strong, courageous, adventurous, caring, dependable, capable and resilient. As the saying goes, ‘the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’… He has a wonderful role model to emulate in his father. If the Walking Out scenario were to ever happen with them, I’m confident my husband would be able to trust our son without hesitation. If I were lucky enough to win the double pass, I would send my two boys off to watch the movie. I’m sure it would inspire in them an even closer bond!

  25. My best friend who has “carried” and guided me through my darkest days, and helped me celebrate the brightest ones. She is an essential part of my life and contributes to my mental stability and happiness. She’s one of the reasons I wake with excitement each day, laugh louder, dance longer and live more extraordinarily than the day before! She reminds me life is fun and always worth living!!!

  26. I’d take my husband, partly so we could sus out whether it’s a suitable movie for him to take our eldest to. And partly too, because our eldest is on the cusp of puberty, and big changes; we’re talking a lot about how we can support him and keep him connected to the family (so many kids struggle if that connection gets looser during the teen years). My husband has been particularly conscious of spending some father/son alone time with him recently. I doubt very much that my husband is ever going to tramp around in the wilderness hunting, with or without our son – but it seems like a movie that might have some relevant perspectives!

  27. I would take my partner. We both have issues with our dads so I’d love to see how this movie pans out and maybe see it as useful.

  28. My housemate used to go to the movies with my mum (they worked together). I’m trying to even the numbers so I’ve been to the same number of movies. So I’d take my housemate. Confusing but true.

  29. I would take dad, every 2 weeks we have a night out together and his looks like a good film, Matt Bomer for me and a father/son relationship for dad!

  30. My son lost his spark for life since he lost his father at the age of 14, it’s been a hard road and I just want to see him happy again, this walk is what he needs.

  31. Getting chills from all my laughter
    Teary lashes loooooose control,
    Going to the movies is entertaining,
    With my side splitting sister … electrifying!

  32. I would take my son as this is a movie he would enjoy just as much as I would and spend some quality time.

  33. A good friend, we love going to the movies together and often make a day of it with lunch and a bit of shopping as well as seeing the movie.

  34. i would like to win this prize and go to see it with my girlfriend, it looks pretty good and intense movie.
    I love independent cinema and suspense movies.

  35. I would take my husband, he’d love it! Plus, I’m a big Matt Bomer fan. Looks like a great movie! Perfect date night!

  36. I would take my partner Leylani, as she is the cutest, and most adorable person in the entire world and I love her.

  37. My sister arrives back from Sanok (a small Polish town) tomorrow. I believe this would be the perfect movie to watch with her as we are quite emotional and sentimental people. Thanks.

  38. My gorgeous Grandfather who reads all the movie reviews, can discuss them with the grandchildren, but rarely has a chance to actually see the movie on the big screen.

  39. My husband – we both worked in Canada and US and neither of us understood game hunting and this encompasses so much more.

  40. I’d take my old man. Dad would really enjoy this film, and as a man from the bush, a father, brother and son, this story would resonate with him well. Plus he hasn’t been to the movies for donkeys years!!

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