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Knight Moves

108 min | Spain:113 min | Argentina:116 min | Australia:116 min
Drama | Mystery | Thriller
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Carl Schenkel
1 win
Country: Germany
Release Date: 1993-01-22
Filming Locations: Bavaria Studios, Bavariafilmplatz 7, Geiselgasteig, Grünwald, Bavaria, Germany
Gross: $923,418 (USA)$13,668,149 (worldwide)
Christopher Lambert
Peter Sanderson
Diane Lane
Kathy Sheppard
Tom Skerritt
Capt. Frank Sedman
Daniel Baldwin
Det. Andy Wagner
Codie Lucas Wilbee
David, 9 Years Old
Joshua Murray
Peter, 14 Years Old (as Josh Murray)
Frank C. Turner
Don Thompson
Megan Leitch
Alex Diakun
Grandmaster Lutz
Ferdy Mayne
Jeremy Edmonds (as Ferdinand Mayne)
Mark Wilson
Kehli O'Byrne
Debi Rutlege
Blu Mankuma
Steve Nolan
Monica Marko
Miss Greenwell
Walter Marsh
Chess President
Charles Bailey-Gates
David Willerman
Arthur Brauss
Viktor Yurilivich
Suzy Carby
Desk Clerk
Sam Malkin
Doctor Fulton
Elizabeth Baldwin
Christie Eastman
Dwight McFee
Pat Bermel
Officer #1
Elizabeth Barclay
Loraine Olson
Rebecca Toolan
Aundrea MacDonald
Mary Albert
Freda Perry
Attractive Girl
Holly Chester
Officer #2
Marilyn Norry
Donna Yamamoto
Tom Heaton
Kymberly Sheppard
Detective Janet McLellan
Deryl Hayes
Officer Harton
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The video game Erica plays is "Super Mario Bros."
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Christopher Lambert came onto this film after production was completed on his previous film "Highlander II: The Quickening".
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In this film, Lambert's character is accused of the murder spree which his lover is one of the victim. In Christopher Lambert's earlier film "Highlander", Connor McLeod/Russell Nash (Lambert) is arrested and accused of the Headhunter killing spree in New York City, when McLeod beheads immortal Iman Fasil.
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When Erica is shown playing Super Mario Brothers on a PC, the moves she makes with the joystick as well as her keyboard tapping are inconsistent with what is shown on the PC monitor. In the next scene, she moves away from the PC but the game is still playing by itself.
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Midway through the film Peter Sanderson and Frank Sedman are conferring with a computer whiz. When we see a full view of the table that the men are standing around it's not Sedman but Tom Skerritt's stand-in - his face is in full view.
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During the fight scene with the water coming down, you can see a crew member with his camera covered in a clear tarp on the right side of the screen.
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Kathy Sheppard: [Last sympathetic lines] I'm sure your mommy knows that David... I'm sure she understands... I mean children make mistakes David... it's okay.
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David's father: I've got a drunk for a wife and a lunatic for a son. I don't need this shit anymore. You're crazy, both of you. Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options David: Pain. Pain is just a state of mind. It's something you learn to live with; I have. Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options Peter Sanderson: Computers... that's the way you got into Randall's Roxford's records... You can get into anything
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Kathy Sheppard: I've always wanted to learn how to play chess. It seems like a complicated game.
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Photos from cast
Rachel Hayward Katharine Isabelle