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About this title

Storyline

Nine year-old orphan Beth Harmon is quiet, sullen, and by all appearances unremarkable. That is, until she plays her first game of chess. Her senses grow sharper, her thinking clearer, and for the first time in her life she feels herself fully in control. By the age of sixteen, she's competing for the U.S. Open championship. But as Beth hones her skills on the professional circuit, the stakes get higher, her isolation grows more frightening, and the thought of escape becomes all the more tempting. Based on the book by Walter Tevis.

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 23, 2020

Also Known As: Damin gambit, Dámsky gambit |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

chess
orphanage
kentucky
female friendship

Company Credits

Production Co: Flitcraft, Wonderful Films |  See more »

Cast

Maximilian Frisch
as Young Borgov
Zoé Höche
as Girl #1
Alva Schäfer
as Apple Pi Girl #3
Michel Diercks
as Duhamel
Till Trenkel
as Flento
Rahul Chakraborty
as Vendor
Samantha Soule
as Miss Jean Blake
Dora Zygouri
as Girl in Line
William von Tagen
as Other Player
Akemnji Ndifornyen
as Mr. Fergusson
Marlene Leinemann
as Apple Pi Girl #4
Alec Dahmer
as Teenage Reporter
Dmitriy Frid
as Russian Reporter
Rebecca Dyson-Smith
as Stewardess
Christiane Seidel
as Helen Deardorff
Max Krause
as Levertov
Marcus Loges
as Luchenko
Lukas Huber
as French Guy #2
Anya Taylor-Joy
as Beth Harmon
David Masterson
as Newsreel Reporter
Juozas Budraitis
as Old Man
Matteo Vinogradov
as Borgov's Child
William Horberg
as Toby
Sophia Frank
as Barbara
Marielle Heller
as Alma Wheatley
Alexander Berdichevsky
as Charles Levy
Jonjo O'Neill
as Mr. Ganz
Jennifer Haas
as Mary-Sue
Marcin Dorocinski
as Vasily Borgov
Nicky Goldie
as Mrs. Blocker
Marja Haensch
as Giggling Girl #2
Laura Danne
as Jolene's Friend
Simon Jansen
as Alec Bergland
Charlotte Lucas
as Mrs. Dodge
Andruscha Hilscher
as Russian/Russian Voice
Maddie Holliday
as Shirley Munson
Anton Krymskiy
as Russian Waiter
Lucy Ella von Scheele
as Apple Pi Girl #2
Adrian Hagenguth
as Middle Aged Man
Russell Dennis Lewis
as Mike
Alexander Albrecht
as Manfredi
Maria Heinsch
as Giggling Girl #2
Ben Brener
as Young Russian Boy
John Hollingworth
as Randall Foster
Rebecca Root
as Miss Lonsdale
Marc Zwinz
as Reporter In Lobby #2
Frank Streffing
as Reporter In Lobby #3
Nina Herzberg
as Margaret's Friend
Jérémie Galiana
as Klein
Tiit Lilleorg
as Second Old Man
Jon Prophet
as Max
Matthew Dennis Lewis
as Matt
Janina Elkin
as Borgov's Wife
Alberto Ruano
as Director
Simon Jensen
as Alec Bergland
Marc Bergemann
as Local Makeout Boy
Clement Guyot
as Tournament Director
Frédéric Vonhof
as Paris Waiter
Sarah Schubert
as Woman #2
Drew Doyle
as Cop #1
Evgenij Verenin
as Russian Radio Announcer
Ivan Gallardo
as Farmacia Man
Peter Gilbert Cotton
as Lutheran Minister
Katherine Towe
as Girl #2
Paul Walther
as Vendor #2
Ryan Wichert
as Hilton Wexler
Johannes Franke
as Sizemore
Iskander Madjitov
as Another Russian
Salber Lee Williams
as Eileen
Frederik Schmid
as Laev
Lily Lesser
as Girl in Lunchroom
Tim Kalkhof
as Roger
Steffen Mennekes
as Cullen
Geoffrey Rude
as Life Photographer
Philipp Droste
as Tournament Director
Ilja Roßbander
as Rudolph
Paul Johnston
as Cop #2
Patrick Kennedy
as Allston Wheatley
Pia Schlipphak
as Mrs. Macarthur
Josepha Walter
as Local Makeout Girl
Uke Bosse
as Another Reporter
Frederic Stromenger
as Man In Elevator/Man in Elevator
Daniel Brunet
as Man at Sign in Table
Colin Stinton
as Chennault
Thomas Brodie-Sangster
as Benny Watts
Annabeth Kelly
as Five-Year-Old Beth
Jonathan Failla
as Reporter In Lobby #1
Murat Dikenci
as Poker Player
Moses Ingram
as Jolene
Sergio Di Zio
as Beth's Father
Raphael Keric
as Someone
Kyndra Sanchez
as Methuen Orphanage Girl
Richard Waugh
as Mr. Bradley
Jenny Galloway
as Matron
Maximilian Diehle
as French Guy #1
Marian Meder
as Mr. Espero
Rosalie Craig
as Librarian
Bill Camp
as Mr. Shaibel
Sophie McShera
as Miss Graham
Anna Hauss
as Singer at Piano
Elvis Nowatzki
as Margaret's Boyfriend
Konstantin Frank
as Russian Tournament Director
Isla Johnston
as Young Beth Harmon
Dolores Carbonari
as Margaret
Ben Moor
as Mr. Hume
Millie Brady
as Cleo
Hugo Grimm
as Hellstrom
Ben Posener
as Guy
Adrian Zwicker
as Diedrich
Martin Müller
as Reporter
Felice
as Marceno/Marenco
Emma Henker
as Giggling Girl #1
Louis Ashbourne Serkis
as Girev
Daniel Montoya
as Reporter In Lobby #4
Bruce Pandolfini
as Ed Spencer
Jan Nahuel Häfliger
as Alberto Diaz
Ricky Watson
as Paul Tix/Waiter
Eloise Webb
as Annette Packer
Vlad Chiriac
as Shapkin
Andreas Muñoz
as Manager
Pablo Scola
as Manuel
Nikolai Jegorow
as Russian Teacher
David Gorelik
as Boy
Marcin Dorociński
Nicolo Pasetti
as Reporter (B. Cooper)
Ben Gageik
as Weiss
Mia-Luisa Schrader
as Girl in Elevator
Tim Olcay
as Choreographer
Frederik Funke
as Third Opponent
Nelly Russakowa
as Samantha
Tatsu Carvalho
as Doctor
Frieda Raab
as Apple Pi Girl #1
Jeremy Mockridge
as Friedman
Sam Gilroy
as Tim
Chloe Pirrie
as Alice Harmon
Daniel Holzberg
as Cooke
Juri Padel
as Russian Limo Driver
John Schwab
as Mr. Booth
Harry Melling
as Harry Beltik
Matthew Rowsell
as Mowing Boy
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
as D.L. Townes

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 7 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

British Society of Cinematographers 2020

Nominee

British Society of Cinematographers

Best Cinematography in a Television Drama

GoldSpirit Awards 2020

Winner

GoldSpirit Awards

Best Tv Soundtracks

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