In this week’s episode, Jake and Tracy talk all about the exciting world of children’s competitive chess, and the brilliant prodigies that play chess. Of course we are discussing the film Searching for Bobby Fischer.
The guys break down why the cinematography in this film is so good. They break down some of the moments where the shots are telling the story, and how powerful that visual storytelling is.
They also discuss how Tracy used this movie to discuss screenwriting in his film class for nearly a decade, and why the students loved it. And they discuss the idea of parents living through their kids, and how to not do that. So come join us as we talk a look at Searching for Bobby Fischer.
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