A Chess Game
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"A Chess Game" is a 1969 short film written and directed by Lars von Trier.
- cinematography by Lars von Trier
- released in (46 years ago)
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by Nicolas Slonimsky
Since a chess game is an interplay of lines of irily assigned to various chessmen, the aesthetically satisfying re as interesting epistemologically as are the gratifications ' works of art. : Relativity of Absolute Music. In the famous line, De la int ...
by Dorothy Auchter
SYNOPSIS Thomas Middleton used a chess game to serve as an allegory for a political fiasco that occurred between the royal houses of England and Spain in 1623. In the play the white chess pieces represent the honest, admirable English ...
A Dictionary of Diplomacy (2016)
by G. Berridge, A. James
a chess game which is not concluded by a checkmate in the 'middle game' will extend into a contest where both players have few pieces left. In this 'endgame' there are certain resemblances to the final stage of a negotiation: each side has ...
by Richard B. Armstrong, Mary Willems Armstrong
Along similar lines, jewel thief Ryan O'Neal played a chess game ...
by G. Berridge, L. Lloyd
one since a chess game which is not concluded by a checkmate in the 'middle game' will extend into a contest where both players have few pieces left. In this ' endgame' there are certain resemblances to the final stage of a negotiation: each ...
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