Netflix released this morning the trailer for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. As we know, the film is due to debut on (28/12) tomorrow in the streaming platform and should bring an unprecedented experience to fans of the series.
In the video, you can already know that the film will tell the story of a programmer who creates a game inspired by the book “Bandersnatch” and begins to experience strange experiences by losing the ability to differentiate the real world from the virtual.
In addition to bringing a great connection to technology, something that is already common, the film should also contain references to episodes of previous seasons of the series. Check out the trailer:
As we can see, the trailer promises a good movie in the best Black Mirror-style. In addition, there are also rumors that it will be interactive in the format of the national program “You Decide”.
The story develops from a young programmer who tries to adapt the novel to a video game of the eighties. The protagonist and actor Fionn Withehead will be who enters the new adventures, in addition to being directed by David Slade, the director who made the MetalHead chapter.
A Reddit user recently discovered that South Korea’s age rating system had listed Black Mirror: Bandersnatch as a 312-minute movie. Netflix, meanwhile, says it lasts 90 minutes.
On the other hand, some phrases from the trailer like the woman on TV who seems to say “you do not have control” to the protagonist continue to feed the mystery.
Thus, according to some sources, it was recorded about five hours so that the viewer has access to several possibilities of scenes that the film must offer during the exhibition.
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