Drugs. Philosophy. Sex. And a hell of a lot of chess. Those are the pieces you can expect to find moving around the board of Computer Chess, Andrew Bujalski’s bonkers, brilliant and surprisingly profound comedy about, well, computer chess.
The film is out this weekend on all major video on-demand platforms as well as in UK cinemas (our review’s here). The other piece that makes this retro nerd-fest so wonderful? Cliff Spohn. The graphic artist who drew covers for Atari games back in the computer system’s heyday was hired to design the poster for Computer Chess – the result is a gloriously retro piece of art that adds to the movie’s idiosyncratic period detail.
So, to celebrate the film’s digital release, we have three Computer Chess posters to give away. To win one, RT this tweet on Twitter by the deadline below – or just answer the following question:
Which of these is not a valid chess piece?
Email your answer, along with name and address (and, if applicable, Twitter username) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11.59am on Friday 29th November.
For more on Andrew Bujalski’s excellent film, read our Computer Chess review – or watch it online: