This is how 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' was made | TV

This is how 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' was made | TV

On December 28, Netflix launched Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, a special interactive chapter that offered a novel experience to the spectator of the series with the possibility of choosing the path that the protagonist of the story follows. In some cases, the choice meant that the viewer would see a very different version than the one who would have chosen the other option.

The chapter, which for the first time takes a series with real actors a technology that Netflix had already tested in animated series, was one of the most commented topics on Twitter during two consecutive days. Now, some videos explain some details about how this commented episode was made that serves to quench the thirst of fans of Black Mirror before the fifth season of the series arrives, still no date of emission. EL PAÍS advances one of the videos, in which the creators of Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, and the protagonists of the episode talk about the experience behind and in front of the cameras with this peculiar experiment.

"Netflix asked us if we were interested in doing an interactive story, I wanted to make another episode set in the past, and I thought, what would happen if we controlled what someone does in the past?" Says Charlie Brooker in the video. The producer also talks about the difficulty for the actors to interpret the same character in different time lines.


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