If you're on the pulse of the indie film scene, you've probably already heard about Jack Goes Boating, the new movie starring Philip Seymour Hoffman premiering here September 16th. The flick is centered around two working-class NYC couples exploring marriage, rebellion, and betrayal, set against a bleak Brooklyn background. Hoffman makes his directorial debut, with a stirring screenplay by Bob Glaudin, who wrote the acclaimed Off Broadway play of the same name. If you want to peep the production before anyone else, you're in luck! We've put together a giveaway that would make Roger Ebert proud—a pair of exclusive tickets to the NY premiere, bottle service and appetizers for 2 in a private cave at Polar Lounge after the film, the soundtrack, a Jack Goes Boating poster, plus the Capote and The Visitor DVDs.