THE breathtaking adaptation of Yan Martell’s best-selleing book, Life of Pi, is finally brought to the big screen by Oscar-winning director Ang Li.

THE breathtaking adaptation of Yan Martell's best-selleing book, Life of Pi, is finally brought to the big screen by Oscar-winning director Ang Li.

This visually stunning movie charts a magical journey of adventure involving a young castaway and a Bengal tiger.

Piscine Patel, otherwise known as Pi, was raised in Ponicherry, India during the 1970s.

His rich and unusual upbringing took place in a zoo owned by his father - who taught him that animals don't think like humans.

When India undergoes a dramatic upheaval the Patels decide to emigrate to Canada with 17-year-old Pi and some of their beasts.

But when a terrible storm causes their ship to sink Pi is cast adrift aboard a raft with his mortal enemy - a Bengal Tiger known as Richard Parker!

This Man Booker Prize-winning novel was a huge critical and commercial hit embedding itself firmly in the camp of one of the best-loved spiritual tales of the time.

The Hunts Post has three pairs of tickets to give away to see a film of your choice at Huntingdon's Cineworld.

To stand a chance of winning just tell us which film Ang Li received an Oscar for.

Answers on a postcard or a sealed envelope to Pi Competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.

Entries should include your full name and address and reach us by December 5. Usual Archant competition rules apply.

INFORMATION: Life of Pi opens in Huntingdon on Thursday, December 20.