Came across this strange Chess scene in a movie I had never heard of before. I stumbled across it while looking up information about the actor, the late Robert Shaw.
For some strange reason I had always thought he came from N.Ireland but this is very incorrect. He did die in Ireland though.
It turns out the movie originates from a German novel, Der Richter und sein Henker, The judge and his hangman. Have not watched the movie but it seems to be some sort of cynical morality tale.
If you are wondering why I was looking up information about Robert Shaw, I will tell you why. A few night`s ago I started watching the famous movie "The Sting," even though I have seen it a few times I found it hard to stop watching it, must be because the acting is so good, it sort of grabs your attention.
Robert Shaw really knew how to project a very menacing persona, I wonder how he learned to do that?
When I eventually looked up the movie called "Deception" aka "End Of The Game" it contained a very strange Chess scene.
Here is the full movie for anyone who has not seen it or heard of it.
Galatians 6:8 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.