Win a Japanese tea-tasting session for two

Share your review of Our Little Sister for a chance to win

Kore-eda Hirokazu's enchanting family drama Our Little Sister has received rave reviews from critics everywhere - but now it's your time to share your thoughts!

Simply post your review of the film in the comments on our Facebook or Instagram posts for a chance to win a Japanese tea tasting session for two at My Cup of Tea in London's Covent Garden.

The competition closes on Monday 2 May 2016.

Our Little Sister is now showing in cinemas & on demand - visit OurLittleSister.co.uk to book your tickets or find out where to watch it on demand.

Terms and Conditions

1. Open to residents of UK or Ireland only.
2. Prize draw is only open to those aged 18 or over.
3. Closing date for free prize draw is Monday 2 May 2016.
4. To enter, participants must post their review of Our Little Sister in the comments below this Facebook post or this Instagram post.
5. One winner will be chosen and contacted by Curzon Artificial Eye.
6. Those who post a review are giving their consent to having their name / username and review printed on a digital social card which might be shared online.
7. If the prize is not claimed within 7 days, another winner will be drawn and the original winner forfeits the prize.
8. The prize includes a Japanese tea tasting session for two people at London’s My Cup of Tea. The date for the session is to be agreed between My Cup of Tea and the winner.
9. In the event that any prizes become unavailable, it may be replaced by one of equal or greater value.
10. One entry per household.
11. There is no cash alternative.
12. The prize is non-transferable and non-refundable.
13. Promoters’ decision is final and in the event of dispute, no correspondence will be entered into.
14. Prize draw is not open to employees of Curzon group companies or their agencies.
15. By taking part in the promotion, entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. Any breach of these terms and conditions by the winner may result in the forfeiture of the prize.