This is a sponsored article on behalf of Samsung.
Here's a new film to get you into a lather; Washing Machine - The Movie sees the cycle of a washing machine turned into slow cinema.
The 66-minute feature film shows the full uncensored, moment-by-moment footage of a full wash cycle, captured in a single shot. It's accompanied by a musical score written by respected composer Michael Nyman, best-known for his music for The Piano. The dramatic score is said to be inspired by the poetic monotony of the spinning drum.
The unique project sees art meet technology to launch Samsung's QuickDrive™, a washing machine which cuts laundry time in half. Samsung reckons cinema audiences, who have been overwhelmed by fast-paced action films and OTT special effects in recent years, will be receptive to the calming monotony of this new release.
Here's a preview of what you can expect :
If that's got you into a spin, you're in luck. We have a chance for you to win 10 pairs of tickets to the Leicester Square premiere of Washing Machine - The Movie, taking place on Tuesday 5 December (drinks reception starts at 6.30pm, film starts at 7pm).
If you can't make that, the full film will be available to watch on YouTube for free the next day.
By entering this competition, you are agreeing to join the mailing lists of both Londonist and Samsung. Competition closes 23.59 on Monday 4 December 2017. Entrants will be notified on the morning of Tuesday 5 December and will need to be available to attend the premiere that night.