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You now have a chance to win an explosive DVD thriller in the vein of ZERO DARK THIRTY and BLACK HAWK DOWN with SPECIAL FORCES!  In the acclaimed 2012 theatrical film, an elite French military unit takes on the Taliban in a desperate hostage rescue mission; it stars Diane Kruger (Inglorious Basterds, Farewell, My Queen) as kidnapped journalist Elsa Casanova and Academy Award® Nominee Djimon Hounsou (Gladiator, Blood Diamond) as the lead commando, Kovax.  After the team manages to free Elsa, their radio is destroyed in a firefight.  Now, deep behind Afghan enemy lines, the group faces the ultimate challenges of survival, honor and sacrifice as they try to outrun their pursuers through the treacherous mountains of the Hindu Kush.

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To enter, simply send an email (to contests-at-hmmag-dot-com) with “Special Forces” in the subject heading and your name and address in the body. Five winners will be randomly selected by / before March 31.

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