20 minutes – People's despair about the new Netflix movie

adminDecember 29, 2018

After four Netflix seasons, "Black Mirror" released its first film on Friday (which they see as the fifth season, by the way). As the mysterious dark series, Bandersnatch is also unusual: The band consists of a number of branches where viewers can choose between two choices and help shape the story of the 80s.


Have you already seen Bandersnatch?

This is how it works: Install the latest version of the app in 20 minutes. On the Home screen, press the top of the three strips and then the gear. At the bottom of "Themes" you move the bolt to the right by "People" – it is already running.

By the way, the 20-minute People team is also on Instagram.

According to Netflix, this results in more than one trillion different combinations, ie action plans culminating in each case in one of five endings. It took about two years for the idea to finish the work.

Shortly after the release of the film, the hashtag began to train #Bandersnatch on Twitter, where fans document the emotional ups and downs they go through when they see and decide – of course in meme form.

"Me, when I see Stefans (the protagonist) get the life out of common, and I think I would have chosen better sugar breathing instead of frosts."

"Stefan, sweet, I'm so sorry. I make life hell for you, but I swear I'm deserting!"

"Stefan, I do my best, but I only have two choices at a time, okay?"

"I started as I think, and helps Stefan finish his video game and become successful compared to me in the middle of the movie when I realize I'm responsible for his mental breakdown."

"I, as I make Stephen's decisions, are fully aware that control me and that I really have not made any of my decisions. "


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"Me, how do I choose Stefan's most rational answer."

"Stefan said his game is an illusion of free will, so Do the same for us. We believe that we have Stephens different fate in our hands, but in reality we do We made the right decisions again – so we are also controlled. "

"I, as I tell Stefan, am from the future, and I control him through Netflix."

"Me, how I always make the same decisions and still expect another result."


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