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Black Mirror (2011)
Black Mirror retrata a inquietação coletiva em relação ao mundo moderno. Com muito suspense e genialidade, cada história explora temas relacionados à paranoia tecnológica contemporânea. A tecnologia transformou todos os aspectos de nossa vida: em todas as casas, em todos os escritórios e nas mãos de todas as pessoas há uma tela de plasma, um monitor, um smartphone um espelho negro refletindo a nossa existência no século 21.
A television anthology series that shows the dark side of life and technology.
I have only seen the first two installments of this series and but was impressed enough to leave a review. Charlie Brooker has popped out of the internet at times when I least expect it revealing the more unsettling aspects of our culture through his program Screenwipe and others. That was my first exposure to Doug Stanhope, a comedian who among others brings us closer together via demonstrations of how media and technology are changing our society and rarely for the better. Black Mirror arrives in the form of anthologized science fiction in the vein of the Twilight zone. It is a series that examines our society’s relationship with the media and how it allows us to both shape our own identity and imprison us in a space where empathy and truth are weaknesses and something to hide in order to get ahead.