The Tenant of Wildfell Hall may be Anne Bronte’s second final novel, but the classic story has also been adapted by the BBC into a full-length movie that tells the story of a beautiful widow who moves into town and stirs the heart of a young farmer. The BBC film won Peabody and BAFTA Awards, so for its release on DVD, the BBC has taken steps to restore the film for home audiences. We thought our “refined” readers might find the film intriguing, so we’ve partnered with BBC Video to offer five DVDs of Tenant of Wildfell in our latest contest.
To win one of these five DVDs, simply complete and submit the entry form below through the deadline of 11:59pm PST on May 4, 2008. This daily entry contest is open worldwide to anyone 18 years old or older. Winners will be chosen at random and notified via e-mail, so make sure you leave us a valid email address. And remember: your odds of winning are greatly increased by returning each day to enter again, and/or by entering multiple times using multiple email addresses. Good luck!
DVD synopsis: This new adaptation of Anne Bronte’s final novel has been fully restored and re-mastered to tell the story of Helen, a beautiful widow who arouses the curiosity of a handsome young farmer when she moves into town. Will the sympathetic Markham be able to live with Helen’s socially unacceptable secrets, or must she bury the truth forever?