Dangerous Moves (1984)

  |  Drama, Sport, Thriller


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During the Cold War, the World Chess Championship clashed complete opposites - personal and political.


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Director:

Richard Dembo

Writer:

Richard Dembo

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19 September 1999 | paulo BH
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| The Cold War in a chess game
Disputing the world title of chess, sit down in chairs opposite two soviets. However, none of the two is Russian: one of them, the champion, is Jewish. The other, the challenger, is a Lithuanian, political exile that is refugee in another country. This game will be a mirror of the Cold War: each movement is dangerous, each play is strategically important. Who is the best? The communist Jew, obedient to the Soviet state, or the Lithuanian traitor, enemy of the proletarian revolution? A beautiful end, where the game in itself has, for both, a larger importance than the world title and they consequences. A good film, with reasonable tension, great representative of the rare Swiss movies.

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Release Date:

24 May 1985

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Liechtenstein, Switzerland

Filming Locations

Asnières-sur-Oise, Val d'Oise, France

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,500,000

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