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While restoring an old painting showing a woman and two men playing chess, Julia discovers the text "Who killed the knight" underneath the paint. The owner of the painting tells her that one of his forefathers was killed, the painting... See more »

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Julia
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Cesar
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Menchu (as Sinead Cusack)
Paudge Behan ...
Domenec
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Max
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Lola
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Don Manuel
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Alvaro
Anthony Milner ...
Inspector
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Montegrifo
Edmund Moriarty ...
Male Student
Harriet Horne ...
Marisa
Joan Munné ...
Roger D'Arras
Julian Martínez ...
Duke Ferdinand (as Julián Martínez)
Isabel van Unen ...
Beatrix of Burgundy (as Isabel Van Unen)
Jane Gifford ...
Van Huys
Josuè Guasch ...
Messenger (as Josue Guasch)
Joan Guasch ...
Montaner
Guaski ...
Montaner's Son
Peter Mackriel ...
Bystander
Sean Gascoine ...
Policeman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prado Velázquez ...
Alvaro student (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jim McBride

Written by

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Arturo Pérez-Reverte ... (novel "La Tabla De Flandes")
 
Michael Hirst ... (screenplay) and
Jim McBride ... (screenplay) &
Jack Baran ... (screenplay)

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Jack Baran ... line producer
Denise O'Dell ... line producer
Enrique Posner ... producer
Denise O'Dell ... executive producer (uncredited)

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Philippe Sarde

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Affonso Beato ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Éva Gárdos ... (as Eva Gardos)

Editorial Department

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Brigitte Daloin ... assistant editor
Martin Sharpe ... associate editor

Casting By

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Celestia Fox

Production Design by

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Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski

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Tracy Tynan

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Miguel Ángel González ... production manager
Phillip Kenny ... production supervisor

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Jack Baran ... first assistant director
Pedro Lazaga ... co-first assistant director
Charlie Lázaro ... second assistant director (as Charly Lázaro)
Ona Planas ... third assistant director

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Jane Gifford ... paintings created by
Irene Montcada ... property master
Anna Pinnock ... set dresser
Tadeo Villalba hijo ... production buyer

Sound Department

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Jack Armstrong ... boom operator
Zane D. Bruce ... foley artist (as Zane Bruce)
Catherine Calleson ... assistant sound editor
Christopher Flick ... foley editor
Dani Fontrodona ... additional sound recording (as Daniel Fontrodona)
Gary Gegan ... rerecording mixer
Don Givens ... foley recordist
Mark Harris ... rerecording recordist
Matthew Iadarola ... rerecording mixer
David Jobe ... foley mixer
Sandrine Kenny ... sound trainee
Richard King ... supervising sound editor
Cliff Latimer ... adr editor
James Matheny ... dialog: editor
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist
Dani Fontrodona ... sound effects recordist (uncredited)
Sandrine Kenny ... assistant sound (uncredited)
Cliff Latimer ... adr supervisor (uncredited)

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Marina Pozanco ... special effects assistant

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Adam Howard ... visual effects: Digital Magic

Stunts

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Miguel Pedregosa ... stunt coordinator
José María Serrano ... stunts

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Joan Benet ... first assistant camera
Joan Cardona ... grip
Moises Esquenazi Shaio ... video assist operator
Jordi Joaní ... electrician
Xavier Sarasa ... electrician

Location Management

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Santiago Dalmau Soler ... assistant location manager (as Santi Dalmau)
Concha Gonzalez ... additional locations
Rita Managuerra ... location manager

Music Department

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Harry Rabinowitz ... orchestra director
Philippe Sarde ... conductor

Other crew

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Maria Alonso ... assistant accountant
Begona Barrena ... production secretary
Antonio Garcia ... production accountant
Phillip Kenny ... company representative
Nadia Luque ... assistant to producer
Trilby Norton ... production coordinator
Judy Thomson ... assistant to director (as Judy Thompson)
Aurora Yúfera ... production secretary
Cristina Zumárraga ... assistant to producer
Prado Velázquez ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

While restoring an old painting showing a woman and two men playing chess, Julia discovers the text "Who killed the knight" underneath the paint. The owner of the painting tells her that one of his forefathers was killed, the painting might identify the murderer. When Julia's friend is killed she understands that there is more to it. She consults Domenec, a chess genius who reconstructs the game from the painting. With any piece he takes, somebody dies. Written by Radboud Bruinsma

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Also Known As
  • The Flemish Board (United Kingdom)
  • La tabla de Flandes (Spain)
  • Qui a tué le chevalier? (France)
  • Geheimnisse (Germany)
  • レタッチ 裸の微笑 (Japan, Japanese title)
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  • 103 min
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Quotes Cesar: We're playing on a vast board, encompassing both past and present.
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