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Dangerous Moves

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Dangerous Moves
Dangerous Moves film poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byRichard Dembo
Written byRichard Dembo
Produced byArthur Cohn
Martine Marignac
StarringMichel Piccoli
Alexandre Arbatt
Liv Ullmann
CinematographyRaoul Coutard
Edited byAgnès Guillemot
Music byGabriel Yared
Distributed byGaumont
Release date
  • 25 April 1984 (1984-04-25)
Running time
110 minutes
CountriesFrance
Switzerland
LanguageFrench
Box office$2.5 million[1]

Dangerous Moves (French: La Diagonale du fou) is a 1984 French-language film about chess, directed by Richard Dembo, produced by Arthur Cohn, starring Michel Piccoli, Alexandre Arbatt, as well as Liv Ullmann, Leslie Caron, and Bernhard Wicki in prominent supporting roles.

Its original French title is La diagonale du fou ("The Fool's Diagonal", referring to the chess piece called the bishop in English but the fool in French). The film was a co-production between companies in France and Switzerland. It tells the story of two very different men competing in the final match of the World Chess Championship. One is a 52-year-old Soviet Jew who holds the title, and the other is a 35-year-old genius who defected to the West several years earlier.

Cast

Awards

The film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1984;[2] it was submitted by the Swiss government, and gave that nation its first Oscar win. It also won the Louis Delluc Prize, the Prix de l'Académie du Cinéma and the César Award for Best Debut.

Soundtrack

The CD soundtrack composed by Gabriel Yared is available on Music Box Records label (website).

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.jpbox-office.com/fichfilm.php?id=6690
  2. ^ "The 57th Academy Awards (1985) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2013-10-30.

External links


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