Creating The Queen’s Gambit | Netflix

Creating The Queen’s Gambit | Netflix

It’s not about a game, it’s about the cost of genius. Take a deeper look into how Scott Frank, Anya Taylor-Joy, and the team behind The Queen’s Gambit brought this acclaimed series to life.

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Creating The Queen’s Gambit | Netflix

In a 1950s orphanage, a young girl reveals an astonishing talent for chess and begins an unlikely journey to stardom while grappling with addiction.

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  1. I love this mini series more than myself, I watched it 3 times within 2 days. I also did my psychology final based on Beth Harmon🥺🖤 love love love – ADORE IT. So beautifully done, all characters, all sets, fashion, music, ALLLL of it.

  2. I wish Ana would wear her hair differently in the interview. It feels out of place with the Pyjama she is in. Aren't we supposed to see the actor "out of costume" during the interview and then we see the other scenes cut in?

  3. Yes Anya was really good. But I’m amazed at how little credit is given to Isla Johnston the young Beth actress. In mi opinion she was the best performance out of the series. her subtleties and complete control of her facial expressions her performance was mesmerizing. Wish we had more.

  4. This has been my no. 1 series ever since I watched episode 1….it is so mesmerizing and would really take you to a different world even though I haven't played chess in my life…. Sorry my Game of Thrones you become no. 2 now to me😊😊😊

  5. The emotions of beth harmon was really a great story teller even though i never played chess. In the endgame, i thought her emotions was telling me that she messed up and gonna lose the game and borgovs smirk was like telling me that he won the game until he said "its your game, take it"

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