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    How exciting life could be if we had a time machine to play with. But time travel doesn’t actually exist, does it?

    Kenneth Calloway (Mark Duplass) is so convinced it does, he posts a bizarre classified ad in the paper seeking a partner to travel through time with him.

    And when a Seattle magazine journalist and his two interns track him down to write a hit story, they find an eccentric and idealistic character stocking canned items at the local grocery store but with a much bigger mission in mind.

    But none of them are quite prepared for the journey that lies ahead as they end up asking questions they never thought they would and wondering if time travel could really exist.

    From the producers of Little Miss Sunshine, safety might not be guaranteed in this quirky movie, but laughter and a feel good storyline certainly are.

    With thousands of free cinema tickets just for Sky Movies customers every week, you could be one of the first to see Safety Not Guaranteed more than a week before its 26 December UK cinema release.

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    Safety Not Guaranteed

    About the movie

    Safety Not Guaranteed (Cert 15) is the new comedy from the producers of the Oscar® award winning movie, Little Miss Sunshine.


    Kenneth Calloway (Mark Duplass, writer and director of Jeff, Who Lives At Home) is an eccentric loner who’s convinced he’s unlocked the secret to time travel. The only thing he’s missing is a partner to join him, so he posts a classified ad to find the perfect candidate.


    Used to people turning up at his door to mock him over his intentions, Kenneth finally thinks he’s found ‘the one’ when Darius Britt (Aubrey Plaza, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) tracks him down.


    But Darius is an intern for a Seattle magazine and plans to write a story about Kenneth with fellow intern Arnau and their boss Jeff (Jake Johnson, New Girl).


    The events that unfold lead each of them to question why they’re really on this mission as they end up being part of an adventure much bigger and better than they’d ever imagined.


    This truly original and charming comedy won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Get free tickets to watch it and see why.


    Safety Not Guaranteed (Cert 15) will be showing in cinemas nationwide from 26 December 2012.