Strangely, I can't find a trailer of this online except for one that's from a hand-held camera copying from a screen:
Roger Ebert calls it "a film of remarkable sensitivity and insight". Rolling Stone says, "writer Steven Zaillian (Awakenings), in his directing debut, turns Josh's story into a riveting screen adventure." EW has a review. The New York Times closes its positive review with this:
What Bobby Fischer took away, dashing the hopes and the innocence of his acolytes when he spurned chess, may never truly be recaptured. But some of it has found its way to the screen.
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