Diana Ingram loves quizzes, more than anything else in the world with the possible exception of her husband Charles and their children. Why does she care about them so much? “I like the idea, in a word of uncertainties, that something can be known,” she explains. The idea of definitive knowledge should be at the heart of Quiz, a three-part AMC miniseries, based on a true story, about Charles allegedly cheating his way to the grand prize on the original English version of Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?. That’s unfortunately not how things play out. Quiz, written by James Graham and directed by Stephen Frears, starts out like a caper film, where we see the heist play out and only learn after the fact exactly how the master criminals pulled it off. Graham and Frears spend the first two hours presenting a very buttoned-down and nerdy Ocean’s Eleven, then pivot in the last hour into a more philosophical look at the state of the Ingram marriage. If you want to know exactly how the Ingrams pulled off their scheme back in 2001 — or even if the filmmakers believe they did it at all — you will not be… Read full this story
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