Sue Kim , director of an Oscar-shortlisted short documentary about competitive Rubik's Cubers, can solve a complex storytelling puzzle in under 40 minutes. In The Speed Cubers Kim rotates between two main characters—Australian Feliks Zembegs and American Max Park, two of the fastest to ever solve cubes in competition. "Feliks is the GOAT in the same way that Michael Jordan is the GOAT. His records may never be broken or no one might ever reach the level of dominance that he reached, but he's clearly being unseated by Max," the director tells Deadline. "Max is kind of like LeBron. He's like the current GOAT, where he's unbeatable right now, but who knows if he's going to have the legendary career that Feliks had." Related Story Dedicated Men, "Incredibly Intelligent" Dogs Pursue Prized Delicacy In Oscar-Shortlisted 'The Truffle Hunters' The Speed Cubers recounts how Zemdegs came to the fore in 2013, winning the World Cube Association World Championship. He repeated in 2015, but two years later Park upset him to take the crown. The documentary builds toward the 2019 Worlds, where Park and Zemdegs readied to go head to head again. But The Speed Cubers is more than simply a competition… Read full this story
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