Win a copy of The Eight Hundred on Limited Edition Blu-ray

Casimir Harlow

Blu-ray Reviewer
Trinity CineAsia proudly presents the action-packed and powerful historical war epic, The Eight Hundred, coming to UK Home Entertainment formats. A smash hit at the global box office, it became the highest grossing film of 2020.




Trinity CineAsia presents The Eight Hundred, out now.

To celebrate the release we are giving YOU the chance to win a copy of The Eight Hundred on Limited Edition Blu-ray

Shanghai, 1937; it’s been three months since Japan launched the invasion of China, and Japanese forces have been ordered to take control of a large central warehouse. Inside, a group of Chinese soldiers hold their ground, defending the city at any cost. 400 soldiers remain, yet they allow invaders to believe there are 800, confusing the enemy in an exhausting, bloody fight lasting four days and four nights.

With the conflict playing out in full view of Chinese civilians and both Americans and Europeans living across the river, the battle of the “Eight Hundred heroes” made world headlines; the first to be broadcast live around the world.

From acclaimed director Guan Hu, The Eight Hundred scored big at the global box office to become the highest-grossing film of 2020, standing tall as an action-packed war epic and a timeless tribute to bravery and sacrifice.

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Trinity CineAsia presents The Eight Hundred out now on DVD, Blu-ray & Digital

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