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Review: Director Mira Nair's "Queen of Katwe"

The colors and rhythms of life in the slums of Uganda are what set "Queen of Katwe" apart from other underdog chess movies.

While Hollywood has long celebrated chess as a great equalizer across race and class - an ideal element for an underdog tale - it rarely turns its lens on modern...

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