One of the most controversial American films of the 1980s, Samuel Fuller’s White Dog (1982) was withheld from release in the States at the time and has rarely been seen since. This head-on examination of racism remains a riveting and startlingly powerful film experience, with superb performances and a brilliant score by the great musical master, Ennio Morricone. To celebrate the film’s Dual Format release this Monday (31 March), we have THREE copies of White Dog to give away, courtesy of Eureka Entertainment and Masters of Cinema. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven’t already, ‘Like’ us at or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.

When a young actress (Kristy McNichol) adopts a stray white dog she hit with her car, she soon discovers that the creature has been conditioned to attack any black person on sight. Its only chance is Keys (Paul Winfield), an animal trainer focused on breaking the dog’s behaviour and finding a way to eradicate its vicious instincts. An acclaimed and daring late-career highlight for its director, White Dog amply demonstrates Fuller’s clear-eyed intelligence, impassioned humanity and filmmaking dynamism. Unavailable in the UK for decades, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present its premiere in a new Dual Format edition.

To be in with a chance of winning one of THREE copies of White Dog on Dual Format, just answer the following simple question:

What breed of canine is the titular ‘White Dog’ of Fuller’s controversial 1982 film?

a) Alsation
b) Dalmation
c) Labrador

To enter, simply fill out the contact form below with your name, email address, subject (‘White Dog’) answer and postal address.*

*Please note that this is a special competition which only our Facebook and Twitter fans will be eligible to win. If you are not on our Facebook ‘Like’ list, then you can easily join us by following this link: and/or follow us on Twitter @CineVue.

White Dog is released on Dual Format from Monday 31 March, courtesy of Eureka’s Masters of Cinema label.

This competition closes at 6pm on Thursday 3 April 2014.

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