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Fintan Mason over 6 years ago
The stories are incredible
Scott Julian almost 7 years ago
Amazing, you must see this film to understand all that is right, and wrong with America
Flo HM almost 2 years ago
Fayder Florez almost 5 years ago
Ben Schwarz over 6 years ago
Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 6 years ago
Ben Porter over 6 years ago
Andrew K Kirk over 6 years ago
Brooklyn Castle is a documentary about I.S. 318 – an inner-city school where more than 65 percent of students are from homes with incomes below the federal poverty level – that also happens to have the best, most winning junior high school chess team in the country. (If Albert Einstein, who was rated 1800, were to join the team, he’d only rank fifth best.) Chess has transformed the school from one cited in 2003 as a “school in need of improvement” to one of New York City’s best. But a series of recession-driven public school budget cuts now threaten to undermine those hard-won successes.
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