Black Mirror Part 3
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Black Mirror Part 3
Season 3, Episode 3, Shut Up and Dance, finds a teenager (Alex Lawther, of The End of the F***ing World) and an older man (Jerome Flynn) blackmailed into undergoing a series of criminal acts. Arguably one of the most underrated episodes of the show (initially dismissed as a weak episode at the height of Black Mirror's genius), Shut Up and Dance is a queasy and uncomfortable episode that takes the audience on a real-time ride through total tension. The twist puts everything that comes before it into question, raising difficult questions about morality and leaving the viewer in need of a very cold shower.
Technically, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is both part of the fifth season and a stand-alone event. It was released on December 28, 2018, and was an interactive episode that directs viewers to make choices that lead the story. The user has 10 seconds to make a choice or a decision is made for them. There are more than one trillion possible paths the viewer can take to one of the five possible endings, though there are also variants within each ending. The story is set in July 1984 when a programmer named Stefan Butler (Fionn Whitehead) is adapting a "choose your own adventure" book called Bandersnatch his late mother owned into a groundbreaking video game. From there the story is adapted to the choices made by the viewer.
15 Million Merits is set in a dystopian society where most people have to ride exercise bikes to earn merits that people can then use to pay for things they need. The only way off the bicycle is to win the talent show called Hot Shot. The episode revolves around Bing (the great Daniel Kaluuya pre-Get Out fame) and Abi (Jessica Brown Findlay). Bing convinces Abi to go on a talent show and spends almost his entire life savings of 15 million merits to purchase an entry for her. Abi doesn't win and ends up on a porn site, which enrages Bing. He ends up seeing ads for the porn site that features Abi. Ben ends up going on Hot Shot and delivering an angry rant against the system they live in. He is offered his own television show and becomes an even bigger part of the system he ranted against.
Season 1, Episode 3 of Black Mirror delivered The Entire History of You, a truly creepy look at what can happen to a person's mental health when they can go back and review every single second of their lives. It was the first episode not written by creator Charlie Brooker. It is set in 2050, a time when "grain" technology records people's lives, so they can re-watch their memories (as if every second was part of Facebook's wall or memories posts).
An attorney named Liam (Toby Kebbell) drives himself crazy after attending a dinner party with his wife Ffion (the phenomenal Jodie Whittaker, before her time in Doctor Who) where she is engaged in an enthusiastic conversation with her friend Jonas (Tom Cullen). Liam goes back and reviews every interaction in his memories of his wife and Jonas. He confronts his wife about Jonas who says she only dated him for a month. Liam then pulls up footage from the past when she told him they only dated for a week. The situation devolves from there and, after more obsessive and bad behavior from Liam, he en