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Computer Chess (2013)

Updated: Jan 18, 2019

Viewing Nov '18 ///

Centring on a selection of eclectic, nerdy characters transcending fathomable levels of social inability, they are thrown into a passionate computer chess tournament that is not quite as cringingly excruciating as the events that follow the end of play. In black and white, 4:3 CC transcends popular notions of how comedy can be presented, at times beautifully intertwined with moments of artistic mastery that leaves you both in awe and clutching at your sides.

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