‘The Speed Cubers’ Dives Into the Competitive World of Rubik’s Cube Tournaments

The speed cubers

Think trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube is pure fun?

This fascinating doc dives into the competitive world of Rubik’s Cube tournaments that are high on tension (average six-sided cubes are typically solved in under seven seconds), but low on trash talk.

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“Cubers will teach each other faster algorithms, they’ll fix their friends’ cubes and cheer for each other,” director Sue Kim says of the fiercely supportive atmosphere.

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At the heart of the film, viewers will see if the friendship between two cubers — 23-year-old Aussie Feliks Zemdegs (the only contender to win the World Cube Association World Championship twice) and 17-year-old American rival Max Park — can hold up as they vie to win at the 2019 World Championships.

The Speed Cubers, New Documentary, Streaming now, Netflix