"In 1984, a young programmer tries to adapt a chaotic fantasy novel to a videogame, an amazing challenge that will lead him to question the reality that surrounds him, welcome again." This is the phrase with which Netflix has presented the trailer for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, the new delivery of Black Mirror, which is a movie, and as was rumored, the platform will premiere on Friday, December 28.
The film, an hour and a half long, is directed by David Slade, who was already behind the cameras Black Mirror in the episode Metalhead (referred to in the trailer of the film) and is responsible for Hard Candy, 30 days of darkness, Twilight: Eclipse and of episodes of series like Hannibal or American Gods. Among the interpreters of Bandersnatch are Fionn Whitehead, Asim Chaudhry and Will Poulter.
Black Mirror is an anthology composed of chapters that narrate independent stories, with different characters and actors in each of them. In addition to being linked by some details, which has led fans to think that they are all located in the same universe, their stories have in common being dystopias that delve into the use and abuse of different technologies by man and its social and personal consequences. On this occasion, instead of a fifth installment of chapters it has been a movie.