An anthology series in the blood line of the Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, Tales From The Darkside, and Tales From The Crypt. Every episode opening with a completely different story to tell with many themes, twists and closer examination of our fallen human nature. And the potential outcome of that nature.
Very early on in the episode we see Mackenzie Davis playing coin-op video games in the eighties which the she is also seen doing in the beginning of series Halt and Catch Fire (2014) See more »
When Yorkie is talking about her fiance, she says "My family don't approve," which would be the way a Briton would say that sentence (or write it in a script). If Yorkie is American, she should say "My family doesn't approve," because "family" is a singular noun. However there's no reason to think Yorkie wasn't born in England or grew up there; she may have simply emigrated with her family as a child. See more »
49 years. I was with him for 49 years. You can't begin to imagine. You can't know the bond, the commitment, the boredom, the yearning, the laughter, the love of it. The fucking love. You just cannot know! Everything we sacrificed. The years I gave him. The years he gave me. Did you think to ask?
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One of the most beautiful pieces of art I seen this year.
Absolutely blow away by the crafting, writing, and visual pallet of this episode. I must say, I only began watching black mirror literally 2 weeks ago and I've been really pleased with the clever and creative way all the stories unravel and revolve around tech. However,this episode brought emotion, inspiration, and discovery in a way I couldn't have imagined.
Really loved seeing the stylizing of the decades. I mean everything was used perfectly,both women were amazing. Although, Charlie Brooker the writer, is a true maestro. The cinematography was that of a modern nostalgic masterpiece. Truly, one of the most beautiful pieces of art I've seen this year.
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