Director Sue Kim talks about her new documentary, which plunges viewers into the world of competitive Rubik’s Cube-solving—with surprising emotionality.
They never stop. Their hands are a constant, colorful flutter; a pointillist motion painting. Although the furious movement looks like utter turmoil, it’s actually a process of high order.
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