Having already seen massive success with their Bafta-winning series The Bridge, Borgen and The Killing, Arrow Films are thrilled to announce the imminent home entertainment release of Inspector De Luca, an exciting crime series which will mark the first Italian television show to be released by the new Noir sub-label. To celebrate the DVD release of Inspector De Luca this coming Monday (14 April), we have THREE copies of the Italian period crime series to give away to our army of regular readers, courtesy of the generous team at distributors Arrow Films. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven’t already, ‘Like’ us at facebook.com/CineVueUK or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.
Between 1938 and 1948, from the height of Italy’s fascist regime to the end of the tumultuous post-war period, Chief Detective De Luca investigates and solves crimes in the city of Bologna and along the Adriatic coast. With little or no regard for those in power, whoever they happen to be, his solitary, uncompromising character often lands him in trouble, but his respect is reserved for truth and justice alone. In the four TV movies of the series: Unauthorised Investigation, Carte Blanche, Murky Summer and Goose Way – each taken from a novel by bestselling mystery writer Carlo Lucarelli – De Luca always ultimately gets to the bottom of his cases, though what he finds often leaves a bitter after-taste.
Who was the Italian prime minister during the country’s fascist regime?
a) Pietro Badoglio
b) Luigi Facta
c) Benito Mussolini
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Inspector De Luca is released on DVD from Monday 14 April, courtesy of Arrow Films’ Noir sub-label.
This competition closes at 6pm on Thursday 17 April 2014.
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