The six-part drama is said to dramatise the origins of the modern sport and explore how the game “reached across the class divide”. The show’s cast is an impressive line-up of actors.
Berlin Game is a 1983 spy novel by Len Deighton.It is the first novel in the first of three trilogies about Bernard Samson, a middle-aged and somewhat jaded intelligence officer working for the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). Berlin Game is part of the Game, Set and Match trilogy, being succeeded by Mexico Set and London Match, and followed by the Hook, Line and Sinker trilogy and.
Original Name: Game, Set, and Match Number of Seasons: 1 Number of Episodes: 13 Status: Ended Rating: 9.5 Vote Count: 2 Type: Scripted Network(s): ITV First Air Date: October 3, 1988 Last Air Date: December 19, 1988 Episode Runtime: 60 mins Primary Year: 1988 Genres: Drama IMDB Link: tt0092360 Spoken Language(s): English Origin Countries: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
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When a fictional murder-mystery game set up by Brooks (Kyle Chandler) turns into a real-life kidnapping, hypercompetitive couple Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams) must lead their group of game-night friends to rescue him amid twists, changing alliances, and deadly stakes. Directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein (Vacation). Jesse Plemons, Billy Magnussen, and Lamorne.
Berlin Game, the beginning of the Samson series, is generally regarded as the peak of his game. I'm not convinced the book has aged as well as his other works. It's still a good read but I think Iprcess File, Billion Dollar Brain and the other books in the Samson series stand the test of time better. You need this one to read the others but it's not his best.
Game, Set and Match is a 1988 television serial directed by Ken Grieve and Patrick Lau and written by John Howlett. It is based on the books Berlin Game, Mexico Set and London Match by Len Deighton. The two directors worked separately on different episodes.
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