GÖTEBORG FILM FESTIVAL OFFERING ONE WINNER SOLITUDE AT AN ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE, WITH MOVIES
So if you’ve had enough of solitude with your pandemic situation, how about some improved, high-end solitude? Like, really real solitude? Because if that sounds good to you, this is a real winner. But like many winning situations, there can be only one. And, in this case, it’s a contest where one winner gets to do something very unusual and very cool. So the Göteborg Film Festival is inviting the winner (all you have to do is apply) to go spend 7 days at the Pater Noster Lighthouse. And yes, it’s in the middle of nowhere. It’s in Sweden’s North Sea, totally isolated.
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GÖTEBORG FILM FESTIVAL WINNER GETS TO STAY AT THE PATER NOSTER LIGHTHOUSE, IN SWEDEN’S NORTH SEA
So what the hell would you want to do that for? Well, for one, the lighthouse is totally comfy. Like, high-end comfy. And no, there are no phones, internet, even books there. But what is there are 60 films for you to watch and a unique ocean view to think about them. All by yourself. So for me, just the novelty of this sounds kind of amazing. No people. No distractions. Totally unplugged from all the crazy news we have to stomach every single day of late. So it’s just movies and the ocean. The Göteborg Film Festival is putting this up for grabs!
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SOUND GOOD? GO TO GÖTEBORG FILM FESTIVAL AND SEE IF YOU ARE THE ONE
So of you still have an outdated image of how this works, rethink it. You’re not sitting there with a 10 inch tv screen by any mean, trying to get that can of cat food open with a spoon. Quite the contrary. The quarters for the lighthouse keeper are now top of the line deluxe accommodations. And yes, there is a nice larder of good food for you to eat there, too. Even popcorn! The Göteborg Film Festival has left nothing to chance with this unique experience. All you have to do is apply. And win, of course. Oh, and did I mention this is on an island?