Release Date: November 7, 2013
Director: Andrew Bujalski
At a 1970’s era computer chess convention, a group of programmers pit computer chess programs against each other in an effort to find a program that can finally beat a human at chess.
Computer Chess does a great job of putting you in the scene. This feels every bit what it’s supposed to be. The setting looks like a real computer chess tournament and the actors feel like real participants.
The plot of Computer Chess is a mess. At times, you have an idea where the story is going but then it changes course completely and eventually ends up nowhere.
The ending is baffling. I have an idea about what Computer Chess was trying to say but I’m not completely sure. More importantly, I’m not sure I even care.« « We Are Still Here | Catastrophe: Season 1 » »